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The "AR"
Congress Street

The B fell off the sign - so it became known as the AR. It was on Congress a little past the childrens museum- closed a few years ago. can't even remember the real name. There was a ring of grime on the wall, particularly noticible about 5'8" off the floor - from where guys would just kind of lean their heads against the wall. -- Jobie


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There was a place on Summer St called the Power House we used to go to after drills at the Army Base.It was pretty bad the locals left us pretty much alone ,but I suspect it wouldn'thave taken much to start a fight.We went in therte with a couple of black guys one night and got some dirty looks but no problems.That was back in the 70s,during the School problems.

Posted by fred Sennott on December 20, 2003 08:03 PM

This was called Stuarts.

Posted by MDC on September 6, 2005 08:34 AM

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