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Although the truck won't have an onboard noodle maker turning out plates of lagman, the truck -- which is scheduled to hit the streets in the coming days -- will be serving Uyghur style kebabs, sold on skewers or inside wraps.
Via... Read more
Rev. Laura Everett considers violence in Boston over the past year:
Since the Boston Marathon, 235 people have been shot in Boston, 35 people senselessly killed in â€śthose places, to those people.â€ť How is that â€śBoston Strong?â€ť I grieve the collective trauma, suffering and senseless deaths of the Boston Marathon. Yet how is 35 dead any less senseless? When we chant or buy â€śBoston... Read more
The Dig takes a look at Marty Walsh's steadfast opposition against letting non-profits open voter-approved medical-marijuana dispensaries in Boston even as his administration gets ready to shut its one public Methadone clinic just as Bain Capital is beefing up its portfolio in for-profit drug clinics.
Matt Robare asks:
I'm looking for T-accessible, good gin & tonics at reasonable prices. Any ideas?
The Globe notes the re-emergence of escalation clauses, in which people desperate for a given property agree to pay whatever the highest bid is plus a bonus.
Where do you get soft serve in Boston?! That is actually open now.
Have you or someone you know suffered gunshot wounds,been pistol whipped, carjacked, robbed, had a home invasion?
(Street Violence, Crime?)
Do you know someone that was killed?
**Please share your story.
I'm trying to gather stories and important information.
Eric Heise captured this urbane turkey strolling down Garrison Street between Huntington and St. Botolph this afternoon.
The mayor's office today announced a renamed and expanded wireless network which is aimed at providing free Internet access to residents and which could eventually wirelessly cover the city's 20 "Main Street" neighborhood commercial areas.
Already, an average of 9,800 people a day are using Wicked Free WiFi in Grove Hall, Mayor Walsh says.
Wicked Free "is the newly branded name to identify all of... Read more
I'm tired of reading and hearing about...Home Invasions, Armed Robberies, Car Jackings, Pistol Whippings, Murders...
What about decent folks, children living with Sounds of Gun Shots, Shot Spotters,Shell Casings and Sirens, scared to sit or sleep near a window.....Homicides detectives asking questions?.....
Where I live things are getting bad. Some people think their cities are safe, exempt from the "bad criminal" We are getting... Read more
One of the last shots I saw on the first floor was of two women who had been inside the Forum restaurant during the bombings. They had written, "This special place, this state of grace." Chills.... Read more
Boston Magazine gives us an idea of the man behind the fur. Unlike other bears, he plans to hibernate over the summer. And he hates schoolkids.
Did you know a professionally written resume and cover letter will increase your call backs by over 65%?
Join Socializing for Justice for a ProfDev (professional development) training
Accelerate Your Nonprofit Career: Strategic Resume and Cover Letters on Monday, April 7, 6:00 - 8:30 PM.
Fee: $10 advance/$20 door - split with trainer
Location: The NonProfit Center 89 South Street, Boston,... Read more
A group of parents will protest cuts at Boston public schools next week by holding an old-fashioned bake sale outside City Hall.
"Gosh darn it, let's give the Mayor, City and State a hand!" reads the flyer for the bake sale, 4-6 p.m. on Tuesday.
The Herald reports, says she at least got charged for robbing a bank in Quincy - twice - rather than one in Boston.
Seems Viacom and RCN are having one of those fun little cable/network tiffs and as I watch the Daily Show and the Colbert Report tonight, I'm getting a scroll that sends me to some Web site that calmly and rationally explains how Viacom is having to take time out from hugging puppies and cooking hot meals for elderly nuns to defend itself from the heartless... Read more