Newspapers -- Massachusetts -- Boston
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Scope and Contents Note: This collection contains audiocassette tapes of interviews with film directors, actors, and producers such as Thomas Vinterberg, Anjelica Huston, and Tom Hanks. The interviews were conducted and/or attended by Peter Keough during his time as film critic at the Boston Phoenix and span approximately 1986 through 2007. Also included is a handwritten list created by Keough that gives films, interviewees, and years for some of the audiocassettes, as well as a few personal notes. The...
Dates: ca. 1965-2014
Dates: ca. 1994-2013
Dates: ca. 1982-2016
Overview The Real Paper was an alternative weekly newspaper based in Cambridge, Massachusetts and founded in 1972. The paper was formed by a group of former employees of the paper, The Cambridge Phoenix that had been abruptly sold to rival alternative newspaper owner, Stephen Mindich. The paper was set up as a collective with employees owning equal shares in the company. The newspaper continued to operate throughout the 1970s before succumbing to financial struggles and being sold to Mindich in 1981.