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10 responses to “Dot Day 2009”

  1. Jim Gaudet

    Nice photos..

    1. Adam Pieniazek

      Thanks Jim. 🙂

  2. Chuck Hanf

    good stuff as always Adam.. Great shots of the parade..

    1. Adam Pieniazek

      Thanks Chuck, it was a great time!

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  4. Whalehead King

    Dorchester, Dorchester, uber alles.

  5. Nolisha Greer

    The carribean dancers were different and oh so beautiful and to watch them dance with everyone it looked like they were having so much fun, it made us want to have fun and we did, they danced with the elderly as well as the young and boy can they move, I always wanted to see them but was afraid to go to the other part of town due to the violence but now I have a change of heart I recently learned they also do the cambridge carnival as well as boston and I am looking forward to going, thank you for the video

    1. Adam Pieniazek

      The Caribbean dancers were one of my favorite parts of the parade Nolisha. Very unique and the one massive costume was quite a sight to see.

      Don’t be afraid of Dorchester though! Yes, there’s violence but there’s violence everywhere. Keep in mind that Dot has somewhere close to 100,000 residents, so the good and bad will be clustered around here. It’s not as bad as some of the media make it seem.

  6. MA Roofing

    the shirt screams “Ow! My Balls!”

  7. francisco

    i saw it a Lower Mills, the day was nice, sun shinned all day. i wonder if parade marchers didnt feel it too hot.