The slightly quieter Braintree Square a short distance to the north is where you’ll find Kristin’s, and it often has much longer lines than the other places in town.
PUBLIC BAD. PRIVATE GOOD? BOSTON HERALD’S ATTACK ON MASSHOUSING HIGHLIGHTS DOUBLE STANDARD IN AMERICAN JOURNALISM
Over the last several days, the Boston Herald has had its knives out in no less than three articles and two editorials against MassHousing—an independent, quasi-public agency created in 1966 and charged with providing financing for affordable housing in Massachusetts.
RESOLUTION #19: HOW WE PLEDGE TO BE BETTER BOSTONIANS IN THE NEW YEAR
Instead of trying to get ripped next year, we have some far more sensible ideas for how to improve our city, selves, and community while having loads of fun.
FIRST LOOK: BATES BAR & GRILL
Setups such as these also tend to indicate that dining might be taking a backseat to drinking, but this spot does seem to put a little more emphasis on food, so the atmosphere leans just a touch more toward subdued than rowdy.
ACCESS THE VOTE: AT LONG LAST, ACTIVISTS WITH DISABILITIES CONNECT LOCALLY, NATIONALLY
“We started Access in January after we had had enough. … They treat you like you are the only one, but then you see that there are others. We’ve been on our own, so now we’re trying to work together.”
SPECIAL GUEST COLUMN: CONTROLLING THE CONNECTION
Boston has chosen a different approach—one of partnering with Verizon, which seeks to use Boston to demonstrate to Wall Street that it is a company looking to the future of digital entertainment and smart cities.
10 OUTDOOR PATIOS YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT
Which patios and decks are good to hit? Well, all of them, really, but a handful of lesser-known ones are below, plus a few relatively popular spots that have patios literally hidden from view.
JUDGE DREAD: SINCE YOU’RE ALREADY WORRYING ABOUT TRUMP’S APPOINTMENTS …
Baker’s judicial picks include a corporate lawyer and a star DUI attorney
True local flavor in Braintree