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Week In Review: Market Basket, Patrick’s New Curtains, Donovan Paroled, Evan Falchuk

Protesters hold signs and taunt a car entering the site of a Market Basket Supermarket job fair in Andover, Mass., Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2014. Market Basket employees and their supporters are calling for the reinstatement of their fired CEO, even as the company is in the midst of a three-day job fair to replace employees who have refused to work during a revolt that is costing the supermarket chain millions. (AP)

Protesters hold signs and taunt a car entering the site of a Market Basket Supermarket job fair in Andover, Mass., Wednesday, Aug. 6. (AP)

The Market Basket saga continues, the governor’s office gets a costly make-over, Joseph Donovan gets parole and a gubernatorial candidate wants a third party. Our panelists dig into a week in the news.

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Nancy Gertner, former Massachusetts federal judge and Harvard Law professor.

Joan Vennochi, Boston Globe columnist. She tweets @Joan_Vennochi.

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The Boston Globe: Patrick Offers To Help End Market Basket Feud

  • “Governor Deval Patrick offered for the first time on Friday to help end the epic Demoulas family showdown over the Market Basket grocery chain that has paralyzed its operations and hurt tens of thousands of employees and customers.”

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