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Posted 10/01/2014 01:25:03 EDT
For locals we probably used to spend more time in QM than most but have NO desire to visit a collection of boring national chains.
Posted 09/30/2014 10:42:53 EDT
I've said for a long time that TB is the least accurate passer in the NFL and its more obvious every week. I'm sick of hearing abt how some rcvr gets no throws b/c he hasn't won TB "trust" yet. A good more »
Posted 09/26/2014 10:11:14 EDT
No 9/11, no $3 trillion war over nonexistent WMD, no worst econ crash since 1929 looks pretty good to me. more »
Posted 09/26/2014 10:08:05 EDT
His worldview is "There must be some state that wants a nice good looking guy for senator." So glad Sen Warren kicked his airhead out of MA. more »
Posted 09/24/2014 04:46:52 EDT
People need to open eyes and notice that TB is about the least accurate passer in the NFL. Over 15 yds, it's in the turf or over the head of the rcvr. Not going far in the playoffs against other QB wh more »
Posted 09/08/2014 11:57:36 EDT
Time for the media to back off on the coronation. Hype has been amazing for a team with no-name O-line & RBacks, no pass rush, aging QB who throws in dirt or 5' over head of open rcvrs. more »
Posted 09/04/2014 10:51:53 EDT
Randy Moss in his prime couldn't catch the balls Brady threw last year. more »
Posted 08/23/2014 03:07:55 EDT
Good article after all the nonsense abt snobs etc which has appeared in the Globe. It's sad that investing in a historic city neighborhood is controversial. And BTW BH is not all elites, the north slo more »
Posted 08/20/2014 12:11:38 EDT
Stupid article. Yes, BH has "buckling bricks and cracked pavement" and very narrow sidewalks, and they have nothing to do with the current issue. BH has ramps at intersections which are already much m more »
Posted 08/14/2014 12:21:23 EDT
I live on Beacon Hill and I voted for Marty Walsh and now I'm very disappointed. What is the problem with ramps that preserve the unique BH character? There is already some kind of access at intersect more »
Posted 06/23/2014 10:58:51 EDT
When I call Boston Cab it may take 20 min to get through, they always say the cab will arrive "in 15 or 20 min" and I'm never sure when and if it will actually come. The Uber experience is paradise by more »
Posted 06/14/2014 05:20:47 EDT
Agree. He simply misses too many open receivers. He is inaccurate and deep balls are hopeless. It doesn't matter how good or bad the rcvr is if the ball is 6' over his head or on the turf. more »
Posted 05/12/2014 05:36:19 EDT
Surrounded by uber-geeks and we have to use these bureaucratic consulting bandits? Their main expertise is channeling $ to their execs. I bet a CS class at MIT could do a better job as a class project more »
Posted 03/24/2014 01:45:19 EDT
Headline should have been "Report says Mass schools require drastic change that will funnel massive $ to publishers of report"
Posted 03/24/2014 01:40:11 EDT
The right has destroyed what we had in the 60s. I agree we don't need to re-invent the wheel. We don't need a new system. We need our good old pre-Reagan system.
Posted 03/24/2014 01:35:13 EDT
...and the execs of the private ed corps want more charters to support their big salaries. No doubt, the standard tests lead the kids to memorize and learn standard routes to solve problems. Ask them more »
Posted 03/21/2014 05:12:37 EDT
Posted 03/21/2014 02:10:48 EDT
Right, I always try it if the sigh says Ahbeetz. 2nd tier from NH wd be #1 in Boston. Bimontes and Sorrentos are gone but I'd take Ernie's any day.
Posted 03/21/2014 10:00:56 EDT
I'm from New Haven tho I've lived in Boston for a long time. I went to school with Sally's kids. Every time I go back I go to the Modern, it is the best. Generally, even 2'nd tier Apizza in NH is bet more »
Posted 12/23/2013 01:45:08 EST
"everyone else is worried abt the debt" - LOL, the #RWNJ from AEI and Heritage should get their heads out of the beltway bubble. People are worried abt real things in their daily lives like inequality more »
Posted 12/21/2013 01:18:10 EST
"CGI, the same company that was a major developer of the beleaguered federal insurance website." Why? In a city full of uber-geeks, why hire a beltway bandit? A CS class at MIT could to this better.
Posted 12/20/2013 08:33:09 EST
Agree: this column applies a sledgehammer to a straw man.
Posted 08/31/2013 12:17:59 EDT
With a big increase in the number of above-the-law cyclists running reds, riding wrong-way and speeding along crowded sidewalks, this is not a pretty picture for pedestrians.
Posted 08/25/2013 12:07:36 EDT
I'm shocked that an article on this topic would contain not a word aout our research universities. Does the author think it's a coincidence that all the excitement is taking place in the back yard of more »
Posted 08/24/2013 04:31:27 EDT
Steak is a the worst possible comparison. When I make soup, stew or pasta gravy I use a small amount of meat, or none, and get many, many servings. A pound of cannelini, garlic, tomato and the current more »
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