By the time I say all this out loud, Thomas Page McBee will likely be a ubiquitous name in literary circles, and folks will scratch their chins as I remind them that before Man Alive was assigned to every high school student in the land, such stories of staggering transgender triumph hadn't yet become part of the American narrative.
Given the opportunity to publicly address the grievances leveled against him, City Realty Co-Owner Steve Whalen stood at the microphone, pulled his pants down, and covered the entire chamber in a diarrhea tsunami.
As the crowd got bigger, the smell of marijuana and the message grew stronger, more specific. “They've taken $3 million of applicant dollars,” said Martin, who along with others questioned what the commonwealth has done with patient and dispensary fees. “Show me the money!”
Sorry to dull the suspense factor, but the dog lived, and is doing fine as far as I know.
Evan Falchuk: Are independent Bay State voters ready to vote for what they've been asking?
“A school is not a jail. It should be a loving place.”
Menino presents a version of the past four decades of local politics that's absolutely entertaining, but should be taken with a pound of salt.
But days before historians revealed the big find / They asked how we’ll be recalled by mankind
It's not surprising that some harder-working members who may actually deserve a raise stood up against one, or at least avoided embarrassing themselves.