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This week’s reopening of the Seaport Museum is cause for celebration. The maritime museum, which for years was struggling to stay afloat with dwindling patronage and sparse exhibits, was seemingly on the verge of closing altogether until a deal was struck between the museum and the city last September. That deal would never have happened […]

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By Terese Loeb Kreuzer | The four-masted barque, “Peking,” turned one hundred this year, but there was no birthday celebration for the great, steel-hulled ship built to withstand the 65-foot seas of Cape Horn. Rusting and neglected, the 18-story-tall masts of “Peking” and those of the older and smaller iron-hulled “Wavertree” loomed over the roughly […]

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