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Posted 05/01/2015 11:32:11 EDT
Typically wonderful Neil Swidey piece and very edifying about a donor I'd wondered about, just one tiny quibble: I didn't feel like I really understood why a man who so loves his anonymity agreed to t more »
Posted 03/07/2015 06:19:39 EST
Kudos to you for doing this story! I'd been complaining for years that the Reilly rink in Brighton has so few hours for the public, and now I understand much better why...It can just seem crazy that a more »
Posted 07/20/2014 02:55:39 EDT
For me, this piece would have been so much more appealing if Devra had focused more on the possibility that a critic can, actually, be wrong or misleading -- that a subjective, limited experience (whi more »
Posted 06/26/2014 07:13:46 EDT
I don't know, Alex -- I think you should listen to more public radio, if it can be fodder for elegant pieces like this! Is 'chin music' yours? So much better than lip service...! more »
Posted 05/30/2014 09:49:51 EDT
Whatever your opinion of mitzvah-party excess, this story was a pure joy to read -- vivid, human and hilarious, with the gift of a smile or a laugh in almost every paragraph... more »
Posted 03/05/2014 03:10:14 EST
Stop & Shop's Peapod delivery service has changed my life -- super-easy online interface, responsible delivery. Am very intrigued by Instacart but when I just clicked on your link, it was offline for more »
Posted 12/02/2013 12:10:35 EST
Does anybody else think it's kind of a travesty that a supposedly 'public' rink is only actually open to public skating a couple of hours a day, especially on weekends??? What if the roads you help pa more »
Posted 11/06/2013 05:42:59 EST
Thank you for this beautifully written profile. Since I'm not a resident of Boston, I was taking a "wake me when it's over" approach, and this was the perfect briefing...
Posted 10/08/2013 06:37:56 EDT
Best lead on an art story I've ever read!! Well done, Sebastian....
Posted 04/02/2013 08:27:53 EDT
Oh, guys, why oh why would you not let Bob Hohler write this wonderful piece in the first person? I'd argue that in the blogging era, the old "a reporter" structure looks incredibly archaic and unnatu more »
Posted 03/25/2013 01:29:43 EDT
Beautifully written as always, but this and similar stories seem to stretch to find potential problems and controversy. I just can't see these new, less-invasive tests as anything but a wonderful boon more »
Posted 03/25/2013 10:59:09 EDT
My understanding is that it does benefit all Brookline schools. And as a parent of two Devotion children, I can tell you that it is one of the jewels of the Brookline school system. To cut it would be more »
Posted 05/08/2012 04:22:58 EDT
What a great kicker! Made me laugh out loud... more »
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