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Comment on: Taking the pulse of âart as healingâ at Danforth Art - Theater & art - The Boston Globe
Posted 04/01/2014 08:31:18 EDT
Sebastian, I have admired enormously the work you have done at the Globe. I have to say that in this review I was disappointed that you didn't rise above the expected art critic response. Art is never more »
Comment on: Urgent care centers expanding in Mass. after insurers lift restrictions - Health & wellness - The Boston Globe
Posted 02/17/2014 11:12:00 EST
Do your homework.
Posted 02/17/2014 11:10:39 EST
As a native Bostonian, I find this article very strange. I moved to Louisville in 2009 and to Florida this year and the urgent care center is a well-used fact of life in both cases. Why has it taken s more »
Comment on: Report on senior health reveals wide differences across Massachusetts - Health & wellness - The Boston Globe
Posted 01/24/2014 09:10:39 EST
No mention of poverty, etc. No study like this is complete without socioeconomic data. Is this also based primarily on self-reporting? Not the best basis for serious research.
Comment on: - Opinion - The Boston Globe
Posted 01/13/2014 08:11:47 EST
The need for affordable housing/work space for artist in Boston is still great. For too long Boston has had to catch up with other communities in making it easy to live and work in the same place. It more »
Comment on: Customs officials destroys flute virtuosoâs instruments - Names - The Boston Globe
Posted 01/01/2014 10:01:12 EST
TSA IS NOT REPEAT NOT THE US CUSTOMS SERVICE!!!
Posted 01/01/2014 11:04:38 EST
I hope a very strong Boston lawyer takes on this case pro bono. This is the equivalent of destroying a surgeon's instruments, a writer's manuscript, or other valuable creation. Shame on US Customs.
Posted 01/01/2014 10:53:15 EST
This is absolutely outrageous. Do they give any training to customs agents? Do they ask questions before destroying irreplaceable instruments???
Comment on: Be Well: Most seniors rely on devices, caregivers to perform daily tasks - Health & wellness - The Boston Globe
Posted 12/16/2013 08:33:20 EST
Please so not report on such studies with little sound design. "Most seniors" is a misleading and untruthful conclusion. The Globe should no better than this. Who is overseeing the choice of studies r more »
Comment on: State files suit to block Marthaâs Vineyard casino - Metro - The Boston Globe
Posted 12/03/2013 08:18:15 EST
Count me on the side of the Native Americans on the Vineyard. We are not talking about a huge operation but one suited to the Vineyard that would offer out of season opportunities for jobs and economi more »
Comment on: Why I bought the Globe - Opinion - The Boston Globe
Posted 10/27/2013 11:02:51 EDT
Thank you, John Henry, for giving us back the Globe. I spent one memorable plane flight from DC to Boston bemoaning the sale of the Globe to the NYT, while sitting next to a member of the Taylor famil more »
Comment on: A Tale of Two Terrorists - Boston.com
Posted 07/11/2013 08:43:50 EDT
Thanks, Kevin. Another insigthful column.
Comment on: Declaration of Independence: A resounding beginning to a more complex story - Boston.com
Posted 07/01/2013 08:11:24 EDT
Thomas Jefferson did not mention God in his original draft of the Declaration of Independence. It was inserted before the final draft to staisfy others.
Comment on: Can Vatican conclave release church from its moral predicament? - Opinion - The Boston Globe
Posted 03/04/2013 08:19:07 EST
Thanks, as always a much needed facing of the truth. What do you think Christ would do if he walked into the Vatican today?
Comment on: Millennial mayors like Alex Morse, Lisa Wong emerge if boomers make way - Opinion - The Boston Globe
Posted 01/14/2013 12:42:35 EST
Come on! This is as about as silly a column as I have seen in the Globe lately. Check back on the youngsters in five years and see what they are doing--it may be great and it may not be. There are rea more »
Comment on: Marthaâs Vineyard radio station fights for new life online - Arts - The Boston Globe
Posted 01/05/2013 12:47:23 EST
Good luck on staying alive and keep on keeping on. I listened--and advertised---when I had a gallery in Falmouth. Internet is the way of the future. We don't need another WBUR on the Cape. From an old more »
Comment on: Boston parents push to keep siblings together in student assignment overhaul - Metro - The Boston Globe
Posted 12/10/2012 01:20:05 EST
Posted 12/10/2012 01:19:13 EST
The system doesn't count, the kids do.
Posted 12/10/2012 01:18:32 EST
There should be no question about this. Siblings should be llowed in the sme schools unless they choose other ones. Does anybody in authority evfer read research? It's all about the kids and the famil more »
Comment on: Vatican II: The Catholic Churchâs lost revolution - Opinion - The Boston Globe
Posted 09/30/2012 02:35:32 EDT
We both became members of a religious community in the same era; I also became disillusioned with the gutting of Vatican II and left the community. I'm afraid I do not share your confidence that the t more »
Comment on: Social networking for seniors - Magazine - The Boston Globe
Posted 09/23/2012 01:07:52 EDT
Good heavens, as Miss Manners would say. I joined FB at 76 and love it. I keep up with family in the Boston area and California--I am in Kentucky. I have made new local friends through it and keep co more »
Comment on: Boston versus New York City comparison for statistics sports technology and smarts - Magazine - The Boston Globe
Posted 07/08/2012 09:38:12 EDT
Forget it, Neil. Mayor Bloomberg can put his entire fortune into trying to make New York the intellectual capital of the world. IT WON'T WORK. Cambridge/Boston cannot be replicated, only envied. Here more »
Comment on: Hero worship, with nerve in âRaphael and the Fornarinaâ - Theater & art - The Boston Globe
Posted 06/12/2012 08:32:28 EDT
Come on, Mr. Smee, "bakeress"??? Usually enjoy your writing, but "bakeress" is a bit too much!
Cheers. more »
Comment on: 'Louisville takes the reins in crafting new cuisine'
Posted 04/25/2010 08:40:11 EDT
This is a great article, but I need to correct one inaccuracy. Gill holland has done great work on East Market street, but the person responsible for the revitalization of this area is Billy Herz of H more »