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Brookline Visual Artist Michael Cucurullo

It started with a tweet. I was on the twitter feed and I saw a cartoon pop up that looked like something out of The New Yorker. It was a black and white drawing with some lime green accents depicting the interior of Peet’s Coffee & Tea, 285 Harvard Street, in Coolidge Corner. The message read “Nice crowd and a.m. vibes for breakfast at #Peets Coffee, downtown.”
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King Is A Tough Act To Follow, But We Also Need To Be Heard

By now, many Brookline residents are aware of the incident during last week’s Martin Luther King Day event at the Coolidge Corner Theater. Leslie Epps, a black Brookline business owner interrupted the presentation with an impromptu speech regarding the racial injustice that plagues Brookline. Some attendees expressed frustration with her, but I ask what better day to speak loudly and openly about these issues?
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Brookline Police Reports : January 9-13

DUI, traffic violations and an arrest for possession with the intent to distribute recorded in the Brookline Police log.
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