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Posted 05/19/2015 09:59:08 EDT
Copy editors -- please check the subhead. They own 182 STORES, not "stories" in Massachusetts and New Hampshire!
Posted 05/08/2015 10:18:38 EDT
Posted 04/15/2015 07:19:20 EDT
So, why didn't she just hire her for the job in the treasurer's office that started this whole thing?
Posted 03/24/2015 02:51:43 EDT
Good for him! Nice to see the mayor standing with the folks who are being trampled by self-appointed experts who think they know what's good for everyone else.
Posted 03/03/2015 07:47:15 EST
Should be Rep. Katherine Clark... no "e" in her name. Copy editors, please!
Posted 03/01/2015 06:39:32 EST
When we abandon standards, we'll have nothing left. So much for newspapers keeping up the good fight against laissez-faire linguistics.
Posted 01/24/2015 08:40:06 EST
I have been trying to keep an open mind, as the prospect of Olympic-sized change can be exciting. But this just proves the suspicion that subterfuge and other agendas are at play here -- taking land a more »
Posted 01/07/2015 08:09:49 EST
Hire qualified people, trust them to do their jobs, and spend time working to better Boston's quality of life. Tiptoeing around dumb policies (like the parking-space savers) saps energy from addressin more »
Posted 01/07/2015 07:40:16 EST
Sorry... "hype of Nest"! more »
Posted 01/07/2015 07:39:38 EST
I'm still trying to understand the hyoe of the Nest at $250, which a million people have apparently purchased, even before all of these connective enhancements were available. I've had a programmable more »
Posted 12/28/2014 10:40:57 EST
To keep harping on the idea that "the referendum was defeated" fails to take into account that the process continues, and citizens have the obligation to be vigilant about the scope and shape of casin more »
Posted 12/27/2014 10:19:55 EST
Put aside the ugly Popeye statue, the general weirdness this article reveals of Wynn, and the fact that the architecture and size seem to be changing dramatically -- did he say he was putting in a the more »
Posted 10/31/2014 09:14:14 EDT
Still not as good as Dapper O'Neil's famous line, "I got two words for The Boston Globe and they ain't Merry Christmas!" more »
Posted 10/28/2014 07:03:06 EDT
One workable solution would be to decouple the housing and parking requirements in individual projects, and encourage the development of neighborhood parking areas (lots or small garages) to serve the more »
Posted 10/23/2014 07:20:18 EDT
This is the real injustice here. The coach deserves to be fired for hitting two students, but other students have the right to express themselves, whether the administrators agree or not. This trend i more »
Posted 10/16/2014 10:30:51 EDT
This dope still is looking for a way for authors to be compensated when the industry continues to be dismantled by the mantra that information wants to be free. Sacrcity creates value, and that value more »
Posted 10/16/2014 03:48:18 EDT
Seems that others misunderstood you, too. What is the answer, then? If consumers are willing to resort to pirated books, music, and movies (or deep, deep discounts on Amazon), how does the author/arti more »
Posted 10/16/2014 09:57:42 EDT
@HarryRPitts: "All to protect the digital rights of the authors and publishers" -- yes! Authors need to make their livings as well. Downloading books for free doesn't put money in their pockets. more »
Posted 10/16/2014 08:00:23 EDT
The Standard Oil analogy is 100% accurate when it comes to Amazon's relationship with independent booksellers. And Beam is disingenuous by pointing out that 40% isn't a monopoly -- it's a large enough more »
Posted 10/05/2014 03:48:29 EDT
A lot of what is different seems to be nibbling around the edges; the same content is there in a renamed format. One glaring omission is Beverly Beckham's column (Globe South) -- is this permanent? Al more »
Posted 09/27/2014 07:41:41 EDT
Excellent piece. Thank you for saying this. more »
Posted 09/10/2014 07:00:53 EDT
If you add Grossman's and Berwick's numbers together, fully two thirds of Democrats did not vote for Coakley. That should be worrisome in itself. more »
Posted 09/02/2014 12:02:42 EDT
Seems like an event filled with insiders who aren't so much concerned about the average worker as they are getting face time with politicos and coverage in the media, which seems to elevate these even more »
Posted 08/29/2014 06:57:45 EDT
I wish there were more businesses with the customer connection like Market Basket. They made the strike by the workers effective, despite all the chumps in the media trying to tell people "how busines more »
Posted 08/25/2014 07:41:47 EDT
Equating Ted Kennedy and Joe Biden? The last paragraphs destroy the whole piece. more »
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