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Posted 06/20/2014 03:32:21 EDT
Great article! Never in Boston, please! Not everyone--believe it or not!---in the Boston area is interested in sports. The chaos and inconvenience would only make a congested city more miserable than more »
Posted 03/27/2014 12:13:57 EDT
Of course Brady is totally correct: sports figures are NOT heroes. They just play games.
An actual hero risks his/her life for others.
Posted 11/15/2013 08:47:31 EST
Most comments on here are ridiculous. Yes the bombing was a tragedy for a certain number of people. But the rest of you, get over it! Why should the RedSox get credit for "healing" the city (that only more »
Posted 10/01/2013 12:40:43 EDT
Oh sure, and Starbucks battery acid is so much better? Give us a break. At least DD's coffee is drinkable
Posted 10/01/2013 12:39:19 EDT
Actually, their bagels come a lot closer to the real thing than a lot of others' do, as in most supermarket "bagels".
Posted 07/24/2013 01:21:06 EDT
What a screaming nightmare the T will be when all the providers are up and running. Welcome to cacophony
Posted 05/16/2013 12:12:25 EDT
Very good news. Nelsons is a fine conductor. I heard him do an "Alexander Nevsky" that knocked us out
Posted 02/07/2013 12:37:22 EST
David, you are an excellent writer and metorologist. Thanks for an intesting and informative report. You're also hot, for what that's worth :)
Posted 10/26/2012 09:58:11 EDT
Excellent detail and write up David, thank you
Posted 10/10/2012 12:09:12 EDT
Re: Affleck as a director/actor in his generation. How about Sean Penn? He's a successful actor who has directed some impressive films. Also George Clooney.
Posted 12/13/2010 06:45:20 EST
I moved out of Roslindale because I could not stand the commuter rail ride with the loud yell phone people. The ride was otherwise pleasant and these rude people ruined it for everyone else. Everytime more »
Posted 09/29/2010 11:58:51 EDT
Unfortunately, 'shut up' is what they don't have to do, just stop texting. At least it's a step in the right direction. Why are so many people so arrogant and ignorant? more »
Posted 07/09/2010 06:10:25 EDT
One of the better assessments of Mahler I have read in recent days (the web is flooded with them). I think you summarize reasons for his popularity pretty well. It was about 40 years ago that I discov more »
Posted 06/21/2010 09:49:11 EDT
Of course people make the trash. The T can't force people in this area to act responsibly. For a so-called 'intelligent' place Boston/Cambridge sure has a lot of ignorant, selfish people. It's appalli more »
Posted 06/10/2010 11:44:21 EDT
In Response to Re: Why do you love Cambridge?: @ DoriaHughes : All those events sound like fun. Thanks for the awesome links! The culture in Cambridge is what attracts me to it so far. So much going o more »
Posted 06/04/2010 12:40:28 EDT
There are some nice places left in Cambridge, like Danehy Park, or the start of the Minute Man bike path. And a lot of good ethnic restaurants. The Harvard libraries and facilities if you have access more »
Posted 04/05/2010 01:19:14 EDT
Food tastes better with salt, but we often use too much. If you gradually cut down on the amount you get used to it. But most of us won't like food without any salt at all. more »
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Posted 03/30/2010 02:12:09 EDT
"Ear-piercing shrieks" from the train? That's nothing. Just wait until all the lines are wired for yell-phones. It will be a cacaphonous nightmare from start to finish. 10 or more jerks shouting into more »
Posted 03/29/2010 10:19:44 EDT
Terrible, terrible news. This will mean constant cacaphony: rude people shouting into phones the whole time. Riding the T can be bad enough, at least there was some escape from the yell-phone people. more »
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