In the interest of reminding readers that the promise of Long Island is still a life or death issue, some cogent testimonies from Monday’s Boston Homeless Solidarity Committee speakout
He’s a shameless mouthpiece for the businesspeople aiming to shift more public dollars toward institutions that are not accountable to taxpayers.
‘I would never discount or downplay the racism and “authoritarianism” swimming in Trump’s base, but I also wouldn’t reduce it to those things.’
“The government should be ashamed of themselves for allowing this to go on. We need to get real, we need to tell the truth.”
‘I gave it all up for the Good Life.’ An aural history.
In the blue view, Boston is the bright exemption when it comes to rampant bad behavior on the force, and police here typically respect the civil rights of residents.
The world outside of Latin School would still have no idea about any of this if not for some extremely brave students
“As immigrants, as a working community, every day is a challenge for us—whether with work, or with school, or anything else. It’s always a battle.”
A conversation with Berklee English prof Mark Polanzak about his new sorta memoir As journalists at DigBoston, it’s hard for us to worship genre-benders who take liberties in weaving fiction into nonfiction and memoir. But while phonies like Ben Mezrich patch together micro lies with fantasy and package slop as real talk, Berklee College […]
“We’re not caring about what they’re doing over there—we’re just doing what we need to do to try and fill the void.”