Local lad at Shaw's on Hyde Park Avenue has fun with fish heads.
Overheard in West Roxbury Y men's locker room among two retirement-age guys:
- 1: You still going to Egypt?
- 2: Yeah, sure.
- 1: I wouldn't go, even if it was free.
- 2: You're afraid of Egypt but you go to Dorchester?
Oh, do check out the inflammatory rhetoric in the Herald. Chris Cassidy is successfully riling up the ragers there.
Yesterday, it was Cyclists, drivers are wheeling and dealing — keying off on ticket numbers and starting with a Steve Murphy slam on bikers. Today, Cyclists plan provocations in Hub bike-car war is even more heavy handed. He does the straw-man thing, manufacturer the pitched battle and sits back.
The comments are even harsher than those on bike posts here.
An ex-Stop & Shop barely remains on Truman Parkway. Last week, it looked like they'd fill the lot behind the Jersey barriers with construction equipment and never get to tearing down the not-so-supermarket, liquor store, bank and pharmacy.
Two workdays later, there's not much left. An empty brick shell may be gone this week. We're figuring to see the big-assed version of grocery and drugstore within six months. Walgreen's is now a trailer pharmacy.
When Americans get into deconstruction, they get serious.