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    Latest in 9 letters for Berwick responds to Globe endorsement

    YourArlington welcomes letters to the editor from Arlington residents for all Massachusetts candidates whose election would have an impact on the town. Email them to sprague.bob at gmail.com. Here are nine supporting Don Berwick, who is seeking to be the Democratic nominee after the Sept. 9 primary. What Globe endorsement misses While making some good points, The Boston Globe’s endorsement of Steven Grossman for governor* is misleading in diminishing Don Berwick’s qualifications. It refers to Berwick as “a medical professor and pediatrician by trade,” glossing over not only his public policy education but also his executive career as founder/leader of a globally impactful nonprofit, Institute for Healthcare Improvement, and leader of an $800 billion federal agency, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. ...

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    New school year -- old educational questions

    Education. We pretend it begins for youngsters in September, when the leaves turn, but it continues through all of our season, every minute of every day, for everyone. Learning persists for two reasons -- human curiosity and technological change (you can't stop either one, but notice which is first). Shouldn't a third factor be classroom teachers? Good ones can have a lifelong effect, but our curiosity is the best guide, as technology draws us, often in too many directions, in the classroom that is everywhere. As Arlington schools open Tuesday, Sept. 2, what happens there is sliver of the educational story, albeit a key one for residents. Still, let's take a quick look at the new school year -- and then peer more broadly beyond it. Opening-day info >> ...

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    Spaced out? Many artists, but resistant owners

    Does Arlington have the imagination to embrace co-working? The town is trying to find out and held a forum in June attended by about 30 people. Read a summary of comments from some of the attendees here >>  See what properties in town may be available here >> Following publication, Eric Love, present at the forum, provided a brief critique. His LARP Adventure Program, aims to spur imaginations. ...

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    Review, ‘Life of Crime’: Leonard’s crew back at shenanigans

    This review by Tom Meek, a writer living in Cambridge, was originally published at Cambridge Day, a YourArlington partner, and is republished with permission. His reviews, essays, short stories and articles have appeared in The Boston Phoenix, The Rumpus, Thieves Jargon, Film Threat and Open Windows. He is a member of the Boston Society of Film Critics and rides his bike everywhere. You can follow Tom on Twitter @TBMeek3 and read more at TBMeek3.wordpress.com. Elmore Leonard, the beloved master crime and western novelist, transcended seamlessly the divide between pulp and celluloid. His career is littered with great novels that became great movies (“Get Shorty,” “Jackie Brown” and “Out of Sight” to name a few), a smattering of original screenplays (“Joe Kidd”) and even took a few turns as producer. Cormac McCarthy might be his only peer. ...

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    Searching for an Arlington poet laureate: YOU?

    Are you a poet -- and you do know it? What have you written? Anything published? Inquiring minds want to know. Rumor has it that Arlington could have its own poet laureate, perhaps next year. Could that be you? ...

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    New law curbs domestic-violence reports: What about sexual-assault case?

    A new law, signed Aug. 8 by Governor Patrick, requires law enforcement to keep domestic-violence cases off public police logs initially, and the Arlington police department is complying. That means details about domestic violence reported to police are not immediately available to the media -- or to you. Had the law been in effect June 1, information about a sexual-assault case in East Arlington would have been delayed. Chief Fred Ryan reached out to area media outlets Aug. 12, alerting them about the law and asking for feedback. He explained: ...

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Globe, Oct. 31: From 3-8 to playoffs

Dubzinski reviews upset loss


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UPDATED: Arlington started well as Zach Thomas snared a 36-yard pass from Frank Roche for a touchdown in the first quarter, but Lexington went on to end their undefeated season, in a 20-7 upset, on Friday, Oct. 25, at Pierce Field.

Third-seeded AHS will be the host at Pierce Field for six-ranked Wayland at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 1, in the quarterfinals of the Division 3 Northwest bracket of the MIAA playoffs.

It will be the Spy Ponders' first trip to the playoffs since 1995.

Wayland (4-3) beat No. 1 Concord-Carlisle, 40-14, last Friday.

Lexington’s Rhett Adley caught TD passes from Jeff Costello in each of the next three quarters for the win.

Arlington is 6-1 and Lexington is 3-4. On Oct. 28, Arlington was ranked No. 17, down from No. 12, in the Globe's top 100.

Box score >>

Coach John Dubzinski wrote Tuesday, Oct. 29:

"It was a very tough way to end the regular season.

"We will make no excuses: Lexington played a great game and had a great game plan. I give their players and coaches a lot of credit.

"I think things got away from us a little when we had our second touchdown called back on a holding call.
 
"We turned the ball over more times this game than the previous three games. We cannot do that in the playoffs.

"Frank Roche played his heart out the entire game, and I felt the defense did a great job holding Lexington to 12 points until late in the game.
We have put it behind us and are now focusing on a very good Wayland team."

On Saturday, Oct. 26, Arlington Catholic (1-6) lost at St. Mary's (4-3), 48-14. Box score >>


 Boston.com blogger takes a closer look at Roche


This story was published Saturday, Oct. 26, 2013, and updated the next day as well as Oct. 31.

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