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Posted 04/11/2015 12:35:33 EDT
I loved this piece of political history. Broder and Germond were two of my heroes and the thought of Broder's ashes drifting down the stream and Jack enjoying the barstool momento were priceless. Than more »
Posted 10/17/2014 10:25:26 EDT
WOW! A Reporter with a sense of history, who can put things in perspective, and can hold people accountable for their hypocrisy or lack of political convictions. I loved this editorial and I support e more »
Posted 08/27/2014 06:38:06 EDT
I hope they will have 16 ounce Rheingold beers in the room bar. more »
Posted 07/19/2013 06:55:17 EDT
I agree with our senators. Education is outrageously expensive and we are burdening graduates with more and more debt. There is no greater investment we can make than in education. It is sad the ot more »
Posted 03/15/2013 11:03:44 EDT
I read the Real Paper and Boston Phooenix in the 70's and then with only the Boston Phoenix for the other side of the news. It was and has been a source of fresh air for all thoose years. I guess it more »
Posted 02/18/2013 07:24:05 EST
Great Article. It seems poor ommunities are always getting the shaft. Maybe if Newton or Wellessley were on the Mystic we would see it cleaned up. I don't love that dirty water.
Posted 06/29/2011 06:33:00 EDT
I could not agree more. I have ben working in Downtown Boston for 30 years and besides Filenes this would be the most painful closing, ever.A bookstore is more than a store, it is a place to escape to more »
Posted 06/25/2011 09:02:32 EDT
THE PLAN IS PATHETIC, TEENY WEENY FOR A CITY THE SIZE OF BOSTON. IT WOULD BE ABOUT RIGHT FOR A CITY OF 50,000 IN EUROPE, NOT 2 MILLION. I AM DISAPPOINTED TO SEE SUCH A SMALL SCALE PROJECT, IT LACKS VI more »
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