The Ward 19 Democratic Committee will meet at 7:00 PM, Monday April 5, at the Farnsworth House in JP. The Committee welcomes any voters registered as Democrats in Ward 19 who are interested in participating in Committee events, and contributing to our mission, to attend our meetings. Check to see if you live in Ward 19 here.
The Farnsworth House is located at 90 South Street in Jamaica Plain, and is accessible by the #39 bus. On-street parking is available.
There needs to be a better system in place for getting people on shuttles buses @ JFK. Pure chaos tonight. Buses showing up and stopping in random spots. People charge for them like animals. There was one night last week wjphen they had a line which was more smoother. I had to wait(6 shuttles come and go) So aggravating Especially when you are trying to catch a bus @ Qui Ctr
Joe Curtatone, in Commonwealth Magazine, points out to the rest of Massachusetts that the Massachusetts economy depends almost entirely on the areas served by the T, and that the private sector isn't going to grow more jobs if we don't have a dependable way to get folks to work.
Let me get this straight. So T Red Line service has resumed today, but only between Andrew and Alewife.. MBTA Alert states there is no Red Line service between Andrew and Braintree/Ashmont. No word of shuttle busses. Explain to me how this is acceptable. I need to work in Boston and live on the South Shore. The MBTA takes $ out of mtu check each month for me to utilize the train and subway. So I deserve to have service just like everyone between Alewife and Andrew. I feel if you can't run whole line then don't do this! I know I'm not alone on this one.
Bread & Puppet Theater in the Cyclorama. Includes “Captain Boycott” [recommended for ages 12 & up], along with “The Nothing Is Not Ready Circus” [recommended for everyone] and a visual art installation created by the theater's artistic director Peter Schumann. Performances and exhibit run January 24 through February 1, 2015.
In the last day or so, all the news boxes have mysteriously disappeared from my namesake neighborhood, around Mass. and Huntington. No more Improper Bostonian, no more South End News, no more Bay Windows, all banished from their convenient locations by Symphony Hall, in front of Whole Foods, and near the Green Line entrances.
The Ward 19 Democratic Committee will meet Monday, January 5, at 7:30 PM at the Roslindale Community Center in Roslindale Village. The Committee welcomes any voters registered as Democrats in Ward 19 who are interested in participating in Committee events, and contributing to our mission, to attend our meetings.
The Roslindale Community Center is at 6 Cummins Highway, and is accessible by bus from Forest Hills Station. On-street parking is available.
In these modern times, you are able to purchase your own artist inspired T-shirts from the internet-based company CottonBillboards. The custom-made T-shirt store has storefront which you can use to select your T-shirt no matter if you are a male or female, or want short sleeve or long sleeve. The purchase helps supports artists who designed the t-shirt and also goes to a youth mentoring charity.
As we observe the unrest in Ferguson and the protests spreading across the nation I can't help but bear witness to the lack of concern for the Turkey genocide celebrated by you, America's illegal occupants. Some 400 years ago several true Americans shared a meal of our feathered ancestors with some squatting, starving Euro-trash. Since that fateful day over a billion of our brethren have been sacrificed to celebrate the theft of our lands and its pagan holiday of thanksgiving. So as you lift that drumstick to that pasty double chin you'd better look over your shoulder. Turkey's are back.
Shots fired, shotspotter on, 911, what's goin on?
Tires squeal, bullets fly, oh God I hear a baby cry!
Sirens wail, an old woman frail... falls down...her heart begins to fail.
Police, ambulances, a man, blood on his face, will they live?
Maybe... God's grace.
Curious neighbors gather round, some just stare at the ground.
In some houses lights go out. Now I hear a young man shout
"He shot my brother! I'll find him quick!"...The anger in his face, makes me sick.
In our Roslindale neighborhood, this was the worst turnout in years. What was it like in other neighborhoods? It's cold, but not exceptionally cold. The kids these days, they know about the free candy, right?