From living wages to police brutality, so long as people chase these causes, we’ll be right there following along and listening. Continue reading
DigBoston covers stories that are worth covering. Sichuan Garden has excellent soup, but it’s not an innovative business and it’s not in Boston. It’s not where many of our readers eat dinner. Continue reading
MEDIA FARM: WHY IS THE BOSTON GLOBE PRETENDING THAT POLICE VIOLENCE DOESN’T HAPPEN IN MASSACHUSETTS?
If the past few weeks of propaganda haven’t been enough, today’s Metro section is the mustard on their baloney sandwich. Under the unfortunate header, “Boston police, teens come together to talk about relations,” reporters hand the microphone right back to Evans, who gladly picks the narrative up where he left it. Continue reading
We thought we’d take the opportunity to lovingly acknowledge some of Menino’s rifts with alternative media you haven’t heard much about in the past week. Continue reading
SPECIAL FEATURE: BOSTON’S STRANGE AND PROBLEMATIC NEW APPROACH TO CURBING PROSTITUTION (AND ADDRESSING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN)
The conflation of sex work and sex trafficking is common. It’s also troubling. Continue reading
I didn’t hang at Evan Falchuk’s campaign office on Tremont Street past midnight just for kicks this morning. Nor was I only there for the beer, much of which was being sipped and spilled in celebration. Continue reading
In the past, her concerns have included stopping abortions and gay marriage, getting government out of public education, and witchcraft. Continue reading
The Globe endorses Charlie Baker. We rant. Continue reading
Whatever one’s choice in slang or position on the act itself – which in essence gives distinct advantage to larger brewers at the expense of smaller, independent craft brewers, and is illegal according to the Mass Alcohol Beverages Control Commission (ABCC) – the fallout has become a clear and present danger to the local beer and bar ecosystem. Continue reading
EVERYBODY LOVES EVAN: BUT IS MASSACHUSETTS READY FOR THE KIND OF INDEPENDENT POLITICIAN VOTERS DREAM ABOUT?
Evan Falchuk seems to be the kind of godsend candidate who informed donors should be bending over forward for, and who everyday constituents constantly claim they want in leadership roles. So are millions of self-declared independents in the Bay State full of shit? Continue reading
Take note: The young people of the city are listening, they want to partake on the fun, and they’ll dress for the occasion. Continue reading
“I am a huge advocate for media literacy, in fact I think it’s something that is woefully missing from our education.” Continue reading