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  • Posted 12/16/2009 08:31:32 EST

    Also just finished an anthology of essays by famous writers about their influences and mentors: Mentors, Muses & Monsters: 30 Writers on the People Who Changed Their Lives.  Essays by Joyce Carol Oate more »

  • Posted 12/16/2009 08:27:18 EST

    Life with Sudden Death: A Tale of Moral Hazard and Medical Misadventure, by Michael Downing.  What  a story, about the author's nightmare experience in a prominent Boston hospital, where he got a defi more »

  • Posted 12/16/2009 08:18:04 EST

    As of Jan. 1 I will pay $633.00 a month for my health care for a single person. This month its $540. There is no end in sight. In another year or two I will not be able to afford this. The new piece o more »

  • Posted 12/15/2009 10:14:37 EST

    If you want to change the alimony laws in this godforsaken state, join Mass Alimony Reform, www.massalimonyreform.org. If you want to know why these awful laws are the way they are, blame the Massachu more »

  • Posted 11/20/2009 11:59:56 EST

    Maybe the idiot who wrote the comment should get an education. There was a front-page major investigation done by the NY Times about the pervasive dangers of ground beef throughout the country. The ma more »

  • Posted 11/19/2009 10:00:26 EST

    People should know that men and women in Massachusetts are put in jail EVERY DAY no crimes at all- but only for having no money. Throughout the probate courts, men are put in jail daily because they d more »

  • Comment on: 'Alimony agony'

    Posted 11/15/2009 10:54:39 EST

    The only women the Women's Bar ASsn. cares about in MA are first wives who "need" alimony because they are minorities, victims of domestic abuse, and impoverished. Their shocking and incendiary amicus more »

  • Comment on: 'Alimony agony'

    Posted 11/13/2009 01:11:10 EST

    HR 1785, which is supported by 72 legislators, men and women, would give the lower earner alimony for half the length of the marriage, with a cap at 12 years. Thus, a 30 year marriage would get alimon more »

  • Comment on: 'Alimony agony'

    Posted 11/13/2009 11:58:01 EST

    to whatthe2: Yes, in MA if the ex-husband wins the lottery, the ex-wife CAN VERY WELL COME BACK AND ASK FOR HALF OR A THIRD OF IT! YOU GOT IT! That's the current law: divorced people can ALWAYS return more »

  • Comment on: 'Alimony agony'

    Posted 11/13/2009 11:14:03 EST

    Bostonlawyer and others: Since I am not from this godforsaken state, I can tell you that in other states, when people divorce, their lives and their lifestyles are not expected to be identical. The en more »

  • Comment on: 'Alimony agony'

    Posted 11/13/2009 09:40:54 EST

    All over the state, I hear the sound of weddings being cancelled, of men reading this and saying, Uh, maybe not, honey. Also the sound of people saying, Gee, maybe we should get a prenup. FYI: prenups more »