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Posted 03/04/2014 10:40:47 EST
Thank heavens! It's about time! I hope this renovation also includes a 110% improvement in the facilities for those of us who aren't able to enter airline lounges. The current gate-wait situation is w more »
Posted 02/24/2014 08:40:44 EST
I'm one of those patients who thrives on information â the more I have, the happier and better off I am. My "access" to my medical records is through the Partners "Patient Gateway", which is less a more »
Posted 02/17/2014 08:46:18 EST
I subscribe to Netflix, which not only offers superior choices, but also is available online. HBO is only available through Comcast, which is an overpriced corporate monster.
Posted 02/09/2014 09:09:37 EST
Please tell me that Strathmore Paper, based in Westfield MA, is alive and well. Strathmore has the largest collection of dandy rolls [those are the wire rolls that put watermarks in paper; Strathmore more »
Posted 02/03/2014 07:44:11 EST
Once again, Trinity has shown where its real values are. Of course no member of Trinity said anything or objected to using the church's money to buy on Chestnut Street. When the tsunami devastated Ban more »
Posted 01/19/2014 11:42:59 EST
Doris and the other ocean/beach front property owners should pay their own way in insurance. Actually, I wish they'd all go. They've wrecked a lot of environmentally sensitive shorelines â and they' more »
Posted 01/18/2014 07:50:36 EST
The camera saw a side that voters never saw? So what? The voters' perception was quite obviously clearer than Viser's.
Posted 11/30/2013 04:38:48 EST
I saw this first when it was in San Francisco. I think the PEM exhibit is superior, since it brings PEM's unique "view" to mounting each painting. SF, being a coastal city, certainly knows a thing or more »
Posted 11/26/2013 09:00:26 EST
Titian is the painter who really epitomizes the transition to dynamic composition from the static "portraiture" that had been the norm. Botticelli's paintings are sweet â and I do love the Venus Ana more »
Posted 11/16/2013 07:27:35 EST
I know that the additional burden of flood insurance and of building to accommodate floods is expensive, but it's essential. Building owners cannot ask the city or the state to shoulder the costs of r more »
Posted 10/21/2013 09:02:16 EDT
Thank you, attaturk, for differentiating between "religious" and "spiritual". I think "religiousity" is the bane of existence. It's led to more wars and torture and other horridness than anything else more »
Posted 09/09/2013 08:08:07 EDT
If you have to ask, then you're part of the problem.
Posted 09/09/2013 07:29:15 EDT
... and apropos of a lengthy article that appeared in the NYTimes over the weekend, there's not a woman to be seen in this picture.
Posted 09/07/2013 08:00:38 EDT
If even New York, where I come from, could manage to keep its Chinatown, surely Boston could too. A smart mayor would ensure that our Chinatown stays an enclave for the Chinese, and that it doesn't ha more »
Posted 08/30/2013 09:55:09 EDT
His Beowulf, which I have in hard copy, as an ebook, and as a recording, is past wonderful. I'm so sorry he's gone.
Posted 08/27/2013 12:58:57 EDT
How can smart doctors ... ? Because they epitomize the Peter Principle: they rise to the level of their own incompetence. I was at a university with a major medical school. I observed that along about more »
Posted 08/27/2013 12:37:10 EDT
I refuse to carry a handbag that clearly advertises its maker. Why should I pay megabucks for a Vuitton handbag and thus carry around free advertising for Vuitton? I think they should be paying me! Of more »
Posted 08/25/2013 08:39:36 EDT
BRAVA!! Too bad so few boors can be listed here ... but taking over the entire paper might seem ... excessive.
Posted 08/21/2013 12:02:14 EDT
Because no student would think for even two seconds of reporting this, nor would any kid rat out another student for doing any of this.
Posted 08/07/2013 12:07:52 EDT
I happen to bank at TD Bank. My experiences with this and another Canadian bank have been excellent. However, my experience with Bank of American has been anything but good, leading me to feel that th more »
Posted 08/05/2013 10:30:00 EDT
Bulger's idea of a "fair trial" could only have been one that exonerated him. Truth was, he was an informer, he did murder many men and some women, and has been, to my thinking, quite correctly charac more »
Posted 08/02/2013 03:26:20 EDT
I seriously doubt the "screening technology and protocols" would be applied to every gay blood donor, or that mistakes, very costly mistakes, wouldn't happen. And being in a committed relationship doe more »
Posted 08/02/2013 10:15:11 EDT
So now he's trying to buy off the families of the victims he didn't kill?
Posted 08/01/2013 07:23:13 EDT
The dog, of course ;)
Posted 07/30/2013 08:33:47 EDT
I like the idea of a panic code, but I suggest it should be something very simple â like adding an extra, special digit [or maybe two] to one's regular PIN. Now how hard could that be for the banks more »