It was easy to take one look at the headlines, glance through Twitter, and #FTP all over the place.
Boston Mayor Walsh is a lousy anti-addiction spokesperson
In case you already forgot about the story that rocked headlines before the worst mass shooting in American history unfolded in Orlando, or if you somehow managed to miss the important lessons that emerged, here’s a snapshot of the media attention on the outcome of the Turner case.
The flimsiness of this lie was clear to anyone who saw photos of the youth at either walkout, and Walsh was ultimately forced to dial back his remarks to avoid looking too condescending toward the youth of our city. But his administration’s instinctive denial of the organic nature of protests goes beyond these walkouts.
Another case of a camera shy BPD
Don’t get me started on Florida.
I’m glad this column has allowed me to shine a light, however small, on the ills that plague the city. But we need more voices like mine, and more willingness to take risks.
“The observant citizen outside the walls has long been forced to the conclusion that the grim institution does not perform its primary purpose”
Do we need the BRA or urban renewal for the city to reap the benefits of large-scale, complex development projects?
If my public records request had been an embryo, my paper baby would be a month old by now.