Mass AG shows just how useless public info laws are, but change is possible
This is Boston ComicCon’s 9th year, and my how it’s grown: This year will feature over 800 vendors/artists on display and 40-45,000 people are expected to attend. While still a notch below the largest industry event (San Diego, New York, Orlando, etc), Boston has quickly risen to one of the 15 or so largest comic/pop-culture […]
Theater takes center stage this Summer
Cheers to hundreds of beers, live music, food trucks and good times! Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.’s Beer Camp Across America comes to City Hall Plaza on Saturday, June 18, bringing together craft brewers and fans alike. The beer festival, which begins at 1pm for General Admission, features over 125 unique breweries, including many that don’t […]
The White House, Office of the Press Secretary … For Immediate Release …
A plot description can make Pieces sound like any other slasher movie. It certainly draws influence from the prototypical works: A young boy brutally murders a family member in the prologue (Halloween,) then we cut to 40 years later, where he terrorizes a campus of sexually-excitable teenagers (Friday the 13th) while armed with a chainsaw […]
How much tax would a toker take if a toker could be taxed?
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“It’s frustrating that we’ve been labeled as an alternative hip-hop group, and we ask ourselves, ‘Alternative to what?’”