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[0:10] Jeff has now battled cancer for six months.
[3:41] The animal circus is in town; some are protesting it.
[4:50] Aiden Duffy’s art show at FYC opens Saturday, Oct 9, 6pm, 420 Pleasant Street.
[5:02] There’s an energy barnraising Sunday as part of the international day of climate action.
[7:09] The PIP Shelter is still open; Paulie doesn’t like how Councilor Haller is handling the end game.
[8:32] The next Worcester Magazine on Tap is October 14 at Worcester Fitness.
[11:20] It’s a good month to adopt a dog.
[11:24] We must, of course, complain about newspaper paywalls.
[13:13] There’s now a Worcester edition of the street newspaper Spare Change.
[15:05] We talk about the whole 4rilla/Kate Toomey/CSX trash thing because we can’t get Neil on the phone himself.
[23:50] Numerous small controversies whirling around the InCity Times this week. Tony Hmura demands PILOT credit, Tirella creeped out by Evangelidis, more police stops, Janice Harvey column dissing ICT “spiked.”