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Barrels of fun

Barrels of fun

BURLINGTON — The sound of gunshots filled the air during Alex Gosman’s 12th birthday party. Past celebrations have included bowling, paintball, and a Patriots game. “But we were looking for something different, and it’s tough to find something in the middle of November,” said his father, Andrew, not counting on the sunny, 62-degree afternoon. Four […]

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Mourning work

Mourning work

When Glenn Burlamachi vacations with his wife and two children, they take two cars. At dinner, he never has more than one glass of wine. “Would you want me to take your loved one away with alcohol on my breath?” he asks. Burlamachi, a certified public accountant who will turn 40 next month, became the […]

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Silver age of rock

Silver age of rock

When Harry Sandler was in his 20s, he lived the rock-‘n’-roll dream. As the drummer for Orpheus, he opened for Led Zeppelin, the Who, Janis Joplin, Cream, and Blood, Sweat & Tears. But time marched on and Sandler traded his drumsticks for a Rolodex and the groupies for a wife. ”I’ve gone from dealing with […]

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