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Food and Drinks 

MYSTIC PIZZA: THE WORD ON SOMERVILLE’S COLUMBUS DAY OPENING OF THE CELEBRATED ERNESTO’S PIZZA

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By keeping the same slices and toppings the original spot is known for, Radikowski doesn’t plan on conforming to the new trend of “latest and greatest” pizza shops locals have been seeing pop up all over the city. Instead he says he’s going to focus on putting stuff on [the pizzas] that people know. Continue reading

LULZ 

PUBLIC NAPPING: HERE’S WHERE TO DO IT

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There’s a time and a place to catch some shuteye in public. You chose the times. Here are your places. Continue reading

Arts News Opinion 

PARTY ON THE M(B)TA: DRINKING ON THE SILVER LINE FOR BOSTON IDEA WEEK

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Transit officials put their monument of bourgeois excess to good use. They brought in couches. There was a beer and wine vendor, plus giant A-frames for people to graffiti with suggestions. In the words of former Boston City Councilor Mike Ross, who hosted the festivities with the joking swagger of his roastmaster surnamesake Jeffrey, it was “probably the first time most of those present drank legally in an MBTA station.” Continue reading

Arts 

CALL FOR BIG-BUDGET PUBLIC ART PROPOSALS

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If you’ve ever walked through one of the many train stations in Boston and thought, “Damn, this place is ugly,” now’s your chance to do something about it. Continue reading

Deemable Tech News 

INFOMASSACHUSETTS: THE WAY WE ALL GET WHERE WE’RE GOING IS ABOUT TO CHANGE

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In the spirit of innovative harmony, the state may implement some methods that, to be frank, might blow your fucking mind … In a good way … Continue reading

News 

‘YOUTH PASS’ ACTIVISTS OCCUPY OFFICE OF MASS TRANSPORTATION SECRETARY DAVEY

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“The Youth Pass should be available for all young people, ages 12 to 21, with no restrictions on day or time, and cost no more than $10 per month.” Continue reading

News 

OFF TRACK: WTF HAPPENED TO PLANS FOR AN ALLSTON COMMUTER RAIL LINE?

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The concerns of riders have been mothballed now that Massachusetts tabled a related proposal to morph an abandoned rail yard into a new subway station. Continue reading