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Thurs. 10/11/12 | Jack Kerouac Play; 30 Issues: Housing the Elderly

In the second hour of today's show, Edgar B. Herwick III talks to Charles Towers, Artistic Director of Merrimack Repertory Theatre, and Paul Marion, Executive Director of the Office of Community and Cultural Affairs at UMass Lowell, about a never-before-seen play premiering at Lowell's Jack Kerouac Festival. Finally, Callie Crossley talks with Anna Bissonnette of Hearth (formerly the Committee to End Elder Homelessness) about the issue of providing housing for the elderly.
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