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Posted 02/21/2014 07:33:01 EST
Wow, I didn't know LoJack still exists. After having my LoJack-equipped car stolen and NOT recovered, I certainly avoided it, but I also noticed that the last 2-3 times I bought a new car the salespeo more »
Posted 02/14/2014 08:21:14 EST
In Feb. 1967, as my mother (a teacher) recounts, there was a huge snowstorm on a Sunday-Monday. School was canceled for the week. The following week was school vacation week, so week #2 off. Then agai more »
Posted 01/09/2014 07:24:13 EST
Posted 01/09/2014 07:18:41 EST
Another item of note was the inflated audience in the 1990's following Tanya Harding's participation in clubbing Nancy Kerrigan's knee. Suddenly, people who were not interested in figure skating figur more »
Posted 12/06/2013 11:52:21 EST
They definitely need to get rid of the cobblestones. They're hazardous to people who may be unsteady on their feet (think: aging population and the very young) and those on wheels - both wheelchairs a more »
Posted 12/06/2013 11:49:28 EST
This review is spot-on. Just because NBC "tried" something does not make the effort a quality production. Last night's SoM was unwatchable. This is why we have PBS. If you want to see actual theatrica more »
Posted 12/01/2013 08:23:49 EST
While Act One is a little slow, the show picked up in Act Two and "Camelot" was altogether very enjoyable. The emotions were heartfelt, even from the less than stellar Lancelot.
Posted 12/01/2013 08:22:21 EST
Having seen the matinee today, I can honestly say I don't know if the show is any good. It looked great but the sound quality was so poor that many (all?) of us in the balcony were left wanting. The o more »
Posted 10/15/2013 07:35:35 EDT
Luring top-notch students would be more effective if faculty and staff were available to accepted students in the spring come decision time. Last spring, my high school senior, already accepted to the more »
Posted 10/05/2013 05:36:14 EDT
Architecture cruise is terrific but not so great for kids at it mainly involved sitting quietly listening to the guide. Art Institute has a fantastic children's area, but playing I Spy throughout the more »
Posted 10/05/2013 05:31:45 EDT
Books on tape (CD, iPod, as the case may be) are also great to keep everyone occupied and engaged. We had great success with Beverly Cleary books when the kids were younger even though they are almost more »
Posted 09/20/2013 01:55:00 EDT
Highly recommended documentary: Jews and Baseball: An American Love Story. Narrated by Dustin Hoffman, this highly entertaining film includes extensive interviews with Sandy Koufax and many others. Gr more »
Posted 09/16/2013 01:04:21 EDT
Glad I already have my tickets. Can't wait to go this week!
Posted 08/29/2013 06:02:06 EDT
I was lucky enough to enjoy front row seats to see Huey Lewis & the News perform at Harrah's Tahoe (or maybe Caesar's) about 18 years ago. None of the men in my group noticed that Huey wore button-fly more »
Posted 08/22/2013 09:51:36 EDT
Correction needed: C2C moved to Brighton several years ago.
Posted 08/22/2013 09:45:56 EDT
Time for the Globe to do the same.
Posted 07/14/2013 02:29:05 EDT
Kiernan Shipka: absolutely! Her best work on Mad Men, however, came in the last few episodes, which aired in June, so would they fall under next year's Emmys? Right when Sally was becoming a mini-Bett more »
Posted 07/13/2013 08:18:10 EDT
When I read this story a few hours ago, it listed stamps at 44 cents apiece. Obviously it has been corrected.
Posted 07/13/2013 05:29:04 EDT
Hmmm...aren't Forever stamps 46 cents now? more »
Posted 05/17/2013 05:36:37 EDT
Missing from this list: future Dwight faxing present Dwight. Hysterical!
Posted 04/09/2013 11:45:59 EDT
Why is this newsworthy? When it actually opens, then maybe it's news. more »
Posted 12/20/2012 10:07:45 EST
With my birthday two days after Christmas, shopping with mom was always part of my day. And since we're Jewish, I wasn't "shopped out" - this was when we started!
Posted 07/18/2009 11:22:42 EDT
Another hit: cut out a piece of cardboard about 12" X 18" and draw four large circular coils. Ta da! A play stove! Add a small pot (even a 1-cup measure) and wooden spoon and you'll keep a toddler bus more »
Posted 07/18/2009 11:17:12 EDT
I saw Wednesday evening's show with a disappinting understudy filling in for Adam Pascal. It as particularly frustrating as apparently it was announced in advance that Adam Pascal would only begin the more »