Dispatch from the most exhausting week in Olympic history
Ask actual Bostonians, though, and they have myriad reasons for rejecting the Games.
From the Olympics to police brutality, the Hub reporters should piggyback more independent research and ideas
It’s difficult to entertain this kind of utter bullshit humorously, though lampooning Leung’s fraudulence helps to curb the fits of rage that she provokes.
In addition to local critics, writers from virtually everywhere who cover the Games have jumped on the pile.
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Our attorney made us promise to stress that this is only a joke, and that people shouldn’t really get stoned and polluted inside the various family environments where Boston 2024 and Mayor Marty Walsh are hosting their next open meetings. Nevertheless, as the Hub’s ...
What do those pushing for the Olympics have to gain? How about those who are opposed?
Walsh calls for transparency while his office stays tightlipped ...
Still a few questions remain, namely: Is that other entity also private? Is the city involved? The state?
Should the public succeed in meeting the rigorous requirements for initiating a referendum, planners will look for every opportunity to proceed with the bidding process as planned.