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More than ever, the indigenous New England male seeks a place where he is free to just act like a guy

By Kate M. Jackson
Globe Correspondent / February 4, 2007

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After graduating from Bentley College in 1996, Larry Cannalonga moved to "Man Town." Reluctant to give up the college lifestyle, he and 11 buddies rented out a 12-bedroom house in Waltham -- a former nursing home -- and moved in together. For more than two years, they lived out the habits of the indigenous New England male: hanging out, watching ... (Full article: 1149 words)

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