A bull-centennial story in the Boston Globe?

Not so bully for bovine motif - The Boston Globe: "They've settled details for the human flag, decided on pony rides at a riverfront fair, and come to a fragile agreement on a name. But now planners of a bicentennial celebration in Allston-Brighton next year have hit another obstacle, this time over the image of a bull some want to include in the official logo.

``It's something that you really don't want to think about," said Terri Weida, 62, a planning committee member and lifelong neighborhood resident. ``We have so much more to think about, as far as what would be representative of the community besides bull[manure]."

``The bull absolutely has to be a part of it," said Councilor Jerry McDermott, who represents Allston-Brighton.

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