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You won't have forgotten his few words, and his curse, standing alone in the infield at Fenway Park, right after the Marathon bombing, telling the evil-minded among us that Boston and its people were "Boston Strong.
The real imaginative opportunity is to find a way to flush the Bernier poison pill and allow the lot to be sold by IHT for commercial purposes (parking perhaps) — but not to Stop & Shop, if Mr.
Patients who need services that the agency has historically offered, may no longer be entitled to receive them under Medicare rules.
Exercise can help.
This is a roly-poly pudding of opinion, bureaucratic tension — much of it within the same department of the federal government — and a community in search of a payoff.
And there you have it, the key to the trends documented by the CDC.
The traffic problem is of such a modest magnitude that we can get our arms around it, and because growth and change are inevitable, we should.
Plus, as Russell Baker said, "yesteryear's swashbuckling newspaper reporter has turned into today's solemn young sobersides nursing a glass of watered white wine after a day of toiling over computer databases in a smoke-free, noise-free newsroom.
MassINC's survey is a timely alarm for Massachusetts leaders, and it is familiar stuff to Vineyarders.
Versions of this plea have appeared in this space several times over the years.
Your views welcome.
This column incorporates part of a of column that appeared in this space in January.
The lunch rooms at my high school were in the cellar.
A version of this column appeared in this space in September of 2006.
"You know, John," Joseph said to the man who would preside over Sunday's gathering, "if you live long enough, I know my parents love you and you'll probably do my service.
Honoring a half century of Bob and Shenandoah, Black Dog Tall Ships has operated day sails throughout the week and they will continue until Saturday, from 3-6 pm, onboard Shenandoah.
I am very proud of my environmentally sound re-use of the blue plastic sleeves in which The New York Times arrives, to clean up after the boys who watch with smug satisfaction.
In this small, inconvenient community, when there is the chance to exercise greater control over criminal behavior than seems possible elsewhere, and when law enforcement has repeatedly demonstrated its ability to catch and prosecute misbehavior, what's wanted from the courts is something more than personal recognizance, low bails, probation, hopefulness, community service, confusion, and recidivism.
In the dedication of his book, Tom makes clear the link and the importance to him of not only Braunwald's story, intertwined as it is with the history of medical progress, but also the nation's story of 20th Century immigration.
One Wednesday evening recently, as we put the finishing touches on another print edition of The Times, we chatted about semi-colons. At your dinner...