The Dorchester Reporter reports on the next full-time job for the former city councilor.
Annissa Essaibi George
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The Dorchester Reporter talks to the former city councilor and high-school teacher about the couple of days a week she now spends as a substitute teacher in Boston schools.
Update: Mahty, too.
Gin Dumcius, managing editor at the Dorchester Reporter, writes the Boston City Councilor for Another Month, who lost pretty badly to Michelle Wu for mayor a few weeks ago, is looking at a brighter future on the other side of the Charles and south of the Neponset.
Election roundup: Wu gets a Menino endorsement while Essaibi George gets the carmen's nod; League of Women Voters subtweets Council race
Angela Menino, widow of Boston's longest serving mayor, announced today she is backing Michelle Wu: Read more.
Annissa Essaibi George tonight told Quincy it can suck it - if she's elected mayor, she's going to re-open Long Island and she's going to get the Long Island Bridge re-built pronto. Read more.
No need anymore for Flaherty to remind voters what he uses to mix things. Read more.
People in Roslindale and Jamaica Plain report getting post cards from out-of-staters letting them know that whether or not they vote is a matter of public record and, of course, implying that somebody is keeping track. Nothing creepy at all about that, even if it is true one's record of going to the polls (or sending in a ballot) is public. Read more.
As the fallout over her most recent flier (scroll down, past the racist Easter-egg item), District 6 council candidate Mary Tamer today apologized - not long before she was scheduled for a meet-and-greet in Jamaica Plain, where the reaction has been, oh, a tad more negative than in West Roxbury. Read more.
WBZ has the summary of the debate its Jon Keller moderated. More from NBC Boston. Read more.
The big one is Wednesday, when Annissa Essaibi George and Michelle Wu face off in a debate on WBZ at 7 p.m. Read more.
Election roundup: New York media outlet takes note of our quaint accent and realigns Boston geography; at-large forum is set
The New York Times has a long piece today about the way Annissa Essaibi George has ramped up her Boston accent, in her uniquely Anissa Essaibi George way (in which she admits to doing so then says it doesn't matter). The story quotes her, a HiPahk supporter of Michelle Wu, an accent coach and some guy who says he only started dropping his Rs harder when his mother told him to pronounce them if he wanted to get ahead in life. Read more.
Ed Markey today became the second senator to endorse Michelle Wu, citing her environmental activism: Read more.
Michelle Wu this morning got the nod from East Boston state Rep. Adrian Madaro.
Annissa Essaibi George, meanwhile, will be endorsed this afternoon by the Painters and Allied Trades DC 35, a few days after Insulators Local 6 announced they were backing her. Read more.
US Rep. Ayanna Pressley today endorsed Michelle Wu for mayor.
Pressley, who served with both Wu and Annissa Essaibi George on the Boston City Council, said: Read more.
Both Michelle Wu and Annissa Essaibi George issued statements today that this morning's latest Red Line derailment, coming just days after an escalator tore the flesh off riders at Back Bay and a man fell to his death at JFK/UMass, is just the latest proof that the T needs more investments to make it safer and more reliable. Read more.
Election roundup: Candidates, acting mayor meet to plan transition; mystery White guy pushes Janey write-ins on Blue Hill Avenue
Acting Mayor Kim Janey met with Annissa Essaibi George and Michelle Wu yesterday to begin planning the transition for when one of the candidates takes over at City Hall in November. Read more.
IBEW Local 103 is backing Annissa Essaibi George: Read more.
Sonia Chang-Diaz, the state senator who hopes to be governor endorsed Wu at a campaign event at Villa Victoria in the South End yesterday: Read more.
The erstwhile hizzonah made a quick trip back to his old stomping grounds today. Why? Dunno, don't care, we're just too blase, but we take note that of all the places in Boston he could have breakfast, he chose the counter at Richy's on River Street in Hyde Park, where he ate with state Rep. Rob Consalvo: Read more.
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