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Posted 12/13/2014 01:42:34 EST
Almost $300 on kettles?! If I spent that much, I wouldn't need the kettle to be in hot water . . .
Posted 11/29/2014 05:11:41 EST
This must be from the South Shore section of the print edition. Note the "Cohasset was second only to Lexington." Then again, the linked report appears to show Wellesley as the highest priced.
Posted 10/26/2014 10:58:58 EDT
I don't criticize Baker for taking these opportunities, but I'm always staggered that these companies think they are getting their money's worth from having Baker (and others who are less experienced/ more »
Posted 09/11/2014 07:36:10 EDT
This would be more enjoyable if the first line was transcribed "Governor Dad!?!" rather than "Governor, Dad?" more »
Posted 09/11/2014 07:34:37 EDT
Seems like every new payment method gets slower and claims to be faster . . . find the phone, unlock, load the app, punch the pin, haggle with cashier over how it works, meanwhile screen goes to black more »
Posted 09/06/2014 07:46:36 EDT
This seems like a reasonable abandonment of copyright case . . . intent to surrender rights in the photos indicated by the act of discarding them. more »
Posted 03/20/2014 08:02:20 EDT
It seems to get lost in the shuffle that this is a school play, i.e. students working on the play intensely for a very extended period, some students filling the potential insulting roles themselves a more »
Posted 02/26/2014 09:35:40 EST
Try John 20:23 "Whose sins you forgive are forgiven them, and whose sins you retain are retained.â
Posted 02/02/2014 10:05:21 EST
I think Fallon may do particularly well with today's internet viewing because he turns out so many good stand-alone songs, bits, etc. Perhaps not as lucrative to the network, but if people like clips more »
Posted 01/31/2014 11:14:35 EST
Logical continuation of the burger craze. Apparently under the theory that if you pay a lot it's not unhealthy.
Posted 12/08/2013 08:29:44 EST
Seems the RMV is suffering from its own flexibility: It would be easy enough (I assume) to require the transponders, but the Mass system gives drivers the option. The easiest way to register now is on more »
Posted 11/19/2013 11:35:29 EST
Considering that plenty of towns aren't keen on power plants, industrial parks, big box stores, fast food restaurants, etc, etc, etc, it probably should not surprise that many vote down casinos. In ad more »
Posted 11/16/2013 09:34:13 EST
This year Menino passed Curley (2) for most world series "wins" as Boston mayor. (Unless you give Curley credit for 1918 since he started the year in office.)
Posted 09/25/2013 05:10:22 EDT
Did Orange have a busing crisis too? I missed that one.
Posted 08/31/2013 07:26:04 EDT
Fortunately for Bobl and Migh, the Globe can run more than one article a day. And if the Globe doesn't carry enough news, just check out the national section of your next CVS receipt.
Posted 08/20/2013 06:02:09 EDT
I've been waiting for them to replace the styrofoam in their doughnuts for years. Still no word on that!
Posted 08/07/2013 07:24:46 EDT
From the photo, it looks like Aniston is preparing to star in a Martha Coakley biopic.
Posted 07/28/2013 08:52:34 EDT
Focus on "passing new laws" ignores the fact that this Congress has also not done so many other things--as the ongoing budget and appointments debacles show--that have nothing (or little) to do with a more »
Posted 06/08/2013 07:06:19 EDT
Apparently, if you use the word "doughnut" folks figure it's terribly unhealthy and avoid it even if it isn't as bad as its ("biscuit"-based) competitors. I might try the "Just Call It A Doughnut" Die more »
Posted 05/09/2013 02:38:14 EDT
The state should ensure that the UMass system is run effectively and efficiently, not subject every funding request to the politcal football du jour. The two issues should be addressed separately. Mor more »
Posted 04/24/2013 11:16:11 EDT
I also thought the local news did a very good job in a difficult situation, and would add NECN to the list as well. It's a good thing they haven't needed to perfect that sort of coverage . . .
Posted 04/14/2013 08:56:30 EDT
This seems to be the unfortunate result of an arms race in higher ed-- new buildings and programs that may be great additions in themselves, but contribute to an unafforable tuition bill. No doubt the more »
Posted 04/09/2013 09:23:07 EDT
They should have fired tedious, part-time O'Brien and given Rish the job.
Posted 03/18/2013 07:52:29 EDT
"Overhead rate" is apparently something other than overhead reimbursement as a percentage of total grants, considering that 175/656 isn't 69%. Considering the importance of the issue here, it would be more »
Posted 02/22/2013 05:26:25 EST
Must be a sign that lectures are interesting . . .
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