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Comment on: Making the end of life part of health care Editorial: Making the end of life part of health care
Posted 07/20/2015 07:47:31 EDT
"Avoidance of these conversations is based more on emotion than PRINCIPAL?"
Comment on: Harvard honors Ginsburg honored at Harvard Friday for gender-equality advocacy
Posted 06/05/2015 05:09:10 EDT
Harvard was given much credit for having sponsored this occasion, but it actually was part of Radcliffe Day, an annual event, sponsored by the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, with a long histo more »
Comment on: DenÃ¨ve, BSO bring Paris to Boston
Posted 02/21/2015 01:10:22 EST
Sorry, Jwinboston (and Mr. Gantz, of course). I should have guessed that Ehnes played a different encore the day before (I was at the Friday afternoon performance). Only an ignoramous could have made more »
Posted 02/21/2015 10:11:59 EST
Mr. Gantz either left before the encore or doesn't know what "Largo" means. more »
Comment on: Brian Williams to take himself off NBC for âseveral daysâ NBC launches its own investigation of Williams
Posted 02/08/2015 12:41:58 EST
I can't imagine that Brian Williams would deliberately lie in such an egregious fashion, considering how likely his deceptive tale would be found out. I think there must be some kind of psychological more »
Comment on: Sounds of the season, from 15th-century England - Music - The Boston Globe
Posted 12/24/2013 06:44:27 EST
Dunstable's name can be found in some of the manuscripts in which his music is preserved spelled with a "p" instead of a "b."
Comment on: Midori in recital, 30 years after her debut - Music - The Boston Globe
Posted 11/06/2012 08:44:11 EST
Jeremy Eichler has developed over the years into an excellent critic--sensitive and perceptive. I was therefore surprised that he referred to Mr. Alydin, the pianist, as "a capable accompanist." Onl more »
Comment on: 'Red Line passengers scramble for shuttles'
Posted 11/07/2011 07:19:25 EST
My trip from Alewife to Harvard Square at 11:30am yesterday took 27 minutes. My trip back was about the same length. The problem was not a scarcity of buses (there were many), but rather the traffic, more »
Comment on: As buses replace Red Line service north of Harvard, riders take shuttling in stride - Metro Desk - Local news updates from The Boston Globe
Posted 11/05/2011 08:16:54 EDT
This was announced two weeks ago, not very much notice. I suggested then both here and by telephone to MBTA customer service that they have express busses to Harvard from Alewife. Apparently that has more »
Comment on: 'MBTA to close three Red Line stations on weekends for critical tunnel work'
Posted 10/22/2011 01:01:04 EDT
Wintertime is a particularly bad choice for suspending weekend service. Apart from baseball games, events, such as theater, ballet, concerts, etc., dwindle in the summer, but increase exponentially in more »
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