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Posted 06/14/2015 08:32:54 EDT
The players should start drinking in the clubhouse.
Posted 06/11/2015 03:01:51 EDT
Mr. Wilbur, with regard to "comparatively-relative": an -ly adverb used as part of a compound modifier does not take a hyphen.
Posted 03/16/2015 11:10:42 EDT
When I was a kid we crossed all the time at Airport station -- it was a quicker way to exit the station -- BUT the rails are not alive on the Blue Line after Maverick. It's foolish to cross an electri more »
Posted 02/23/2015 05:44:57 EST
Now hire some real writers. more »
Posted 09/13/2014 09:25:20 EDT
SONGS of Innocence, not sounds. Even if you forgot the name you certainly should know it's a reference to William Blake! more »
Posted 04/30/2014 11:27:30 EDT
Besides the foolishness of the story, I'm struck by the gracelessness of the writing. The lead is clunky. Also, the location and age of the runner are both absent -- information that's easy to find on more »
Posted 04/11/2014 07:39:22 EDT
"Because apparently schools are falling into a deep love affair with the rejection letter."
This is not a complete sentence, and there are other errors in the story as well.
Posted 03/30/2014 06:12:17 EDT
Kid's working for Garamond, Inc.
Posted 03/25/2014 11:07:42 EDT
They're married...and even if they weren't, it's no one's business. Does Boston.com have to cover their every move?
Posted 03/24/2014 10:07:17 EDT
How could I forget The Clash ... oh, and the Smiths. Hendrix ... duh. The Cure and the Chili Pepper had their moments. And Mission of Burma is legendary. Plus, the Cavedogs were amazing every time I s more »
Posted 03/24/2014 10:00:24 EDT
Am I wrong to worry about WGBH's competition with WBUR. I want public radio to thrive in Boston, but I'm afraid the two stations will hurt each other.
Posted 03/24/2014 11:30:48 EDT
If I had only ten spots:
Beatles, Stones, Who, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen, U2, Pixies, Ani DiFranco, Uncle Tupelo.
Posted 03/13/2014 08:53:12 EDT
Terrible headline. "Everyone"? In the world? "Mad"? As in crazy? How about: "Target draws ire over Photoshopped model"?
Posted 02/21/2014 06:56:34 EST
Let's be honest: Sullivan's is a poor-man's Kelly's.
Posted 02/09/2014 07:48:39 EST
There's no 92nd Street in Chelsea. A quick glance at Google maps would have revealed that. Do you mean #9 2nd Street?
Posted 11/04/2013 10:25:32 EST
Words used in the lead twice: new, officially, building. In case your Globe editors aren't paying attention, young reporter, you need to vary your word choice.
Posted 10/07/2013 08:42:57 EDT
Misleading headline on site's front page: "Obama may be open to debt ceiling hike."
Posted 10/05/2013 10:35:17 EDT
"At least one officer opened fire with their service weapon..." Pronoun agreement error. Should be "..with his service weapon..." Any editors on duty?
Posted 09/25/2013 10:06:05 EDT
The City Council is negligent in its lack of oversight on this issue. They are dooming East Boston to a suspect policy for generations.
Posted 09/24/2013 10:03:30 EDT
"...after casing his vorte in the election ... Conley said in response to a questin..."
Three spelling errors in one paragraph? Are all the editors out voting?
Posted 07/31/2013 07:07:49 EDT
Grammar & spelling police: ISLE should be AISLE in the front-page teaser.
Posted 07/25/2013 01:13:41 EDT
Sales tax holidays have been proven to be mistaken attempts at helping the economy, but hurt in the long run. Much like his casino plan, DeLeo is screwing us over again.
Posted 07/11/2013 07:13:39 EDT
Dunkin' Donuts income in most recent year available: $5.5 billion.
Posted 07/09/2013 10:50:47 EDT
Please ask the casino question.
Posted 07/08/2013 08:16:51 EDT
Front-page teaser headline: "Relief coming for Boston heat, humidity" Story: "...weâll have bad humidity into next week." It's rather annoying to get bad information because editors aren't actually more »
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