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The day the eggs rained down from the upper reaches of the old Boston Garden

By Dean Shalhoup - Senior Staff Writer | Jun 12, 2021
Dean Shalhoup

Longtime reporter, columnist and photographer, is back doing what he does best ñ chronicling the people and history of Nashua. Reaching 40 years with The Telegraph in September, Deanís insights have a large, appreciative following.
John Devlin of Watertown, Mass., uses his camcorder to capture the last day of the Boston Garden, Saturday, June 21, 1997. The Boston Garden, opened its doors to the public for one last time on Saturday, to allow people to have the opportunity to visit and purchase remaining authentic artifacts. The Garden first opened on November 17, 1928 serving as New England's historic home of sports and entertainment until its close on September 29, 1995. (AP Photo/Jim Rogash)


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