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Glenn Close in Jamaica Plain?

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Actress Glenn Close is expected to visit Canary Square in Jamaica Plain Sunday as part of a benefit for the National Alliance on Mental Illness of Massachusetts. Based on what we see online, the suggested donation is $150. . . . And Artists for Humanity are hosting another of their off-the-hook parties Saturday at EpiCenter in South Boston. Tickets to the event honoring Mayor Tom Menino and Pat Brandes, the executive director of the Barr Foundation, are available at www.afh
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. . . They won’t be suiting up for the remainder of the season — however short that may be — but Rajon Rondo and Jared Sullinger are still doing their thing off the court. The two injured C’s and Danny Ainge went to Brigham and Women’s Hospital to visit Jarrod Clowery and some of the others hurt in the Marathon bombings.

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