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Sam Yoon spoke to Mary Ania (left) and Angie Giullano at a Columbus Day dinner at Joe Tecce’s in the North End. He found a welcome in the area and an ally in Salvatore F. DiMasi, the House speaker.
Sam Yoon

'I think people are looking for new blood, is what I'm seeing'

By Yvonne Abraham
Globe Staff / October 19, 2005

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It is Friday night, and the New Boston is working the Old Boston at Joe Tecce's. (Full article: 1038 words)

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