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Photos: WBCN through the years

Photos of WBCN and its personalities from the Boston Phoenix archives
By PHOENIX STAFF  |  July 17, 2009

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Photo by Stuart Rosner

Mark Parenteau, Charles Laquidara, and Sue Specker at the WBCN strike of 1979.

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