If tragedy plus time equals comedy, then between the culture shock of crossing the pond twice and a brush with cancer, you’d think that Bishop would have to wait a lifetime to make things funny. But he figured it all out pretty quickly.
We need to get out to the Freedom Rally to spread the word about how to best spread the word that doesn't fit the corporate picture.
If nothing else, it’s a great way to network within the tech community, at an event that includes everybody from engineers to social media mavens, and in the end you help people with cancer simply by cleaning your room and going to a party.
I covered his administration. I would often stalk him by his black SUV in the horseshoe driveway in back of City Hall to press him on the news of the day. Some days, he’d be furious with me about something I had written. Other times, he’d shrug the hit off with a snarky quip. The man was not short on wit.
With news that Tom Menino passed this morning, Charlie Baker now has a reason to cry, as do millions of Massachusetts residents who the longest-serving mayor in Boston history impacted through the years.