All hate mail because of this will be going in the trash, so without further ado, here are my Top 20 Boston Tracks of 2020
THE BEST THEATER IN GREATER BOSTON OF 2020
A recap of the performing arts in a tumultuous year.
MANCHESTER DIVIDED: AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY WALKS INTO A NEW HAMPSHIRE BAR, PROVIDES DIFFERENT KIND OF PRIMARY COVERAGE
Are you tired of the same horse race political coverage? Are you sick of hearing about how much money the candidates raised? Do you want coverage to reflect more state and local issues?
MEET THE NEW SPOTS… SAME AS THE OLD SPOTS
Longtime institutions are closing, but could a new batch be primed to replace them?
MUSIC NOTES: BOSTON’S SXSW PICKS, PLUS SLAINE HOSTS LISTENING PARTY TO BENEFIT RECOVERY NONPROFITS
“We are planning on touring to and from Austin and hitting some of the surrounding areas. We’ll be driving in our minivan, which we hope doesn’t fall apart.”
NO GOING BACK: THE VOLUME ON XENOPHOBIA AND RACISM IS ON BLAST
"President Trump’s proclivity for racist remarks comes as no surprise. His comment stating a preference for immigrants coming from Scandinavian countries like Norway, rather than from Africa and Haiti, which he depicts as “shithole” countries, is based solely on his xenophobia."
ANALYSIS: WILL WARREN’S CAMPAIGN REFLECT THE BACKDROP OF HER LAWRENCE ANNOUNCEMENT?
While the perception of a polarizing political figure dominates the media narrative surrounding the candidate, Warren has shown that her positions and emphasis on popular issues can be a boon for her campaign.
WHAT SENATOR WARREN’S MIXED ELECTION BAG COULD MEAN FOR HER PRESIDENTIAL ASPIRATIONS
Even if she isn’t everybody’s first choice, the prospect of a President Warren—a proponent of stiff corporate regulations, an increased minimum wage, student debt forgiveness, and single-payer health care—is still intriguing on the left.