“We’ve been making the jump to bigger stages and venues over the last couple years and coming from that background we don’t take a minute of it for granted.”
Diane Turco, who has been fighting the plant for decades, is back in court for matters related to her protesting of Pilgrim
“Rock ain’t dead … as long as there's some kid with a piece of shit drum set in his garage, it's gonna keep going.”
“Right now, we just don’t know what to do with nuclear waste. It lasts 100,000 years ... It’s shockingly toxic. We’re going to have to figure out what to do with that waste for sure. I mean, 100,000 years."
“Based on the USDA numbers nationally, we have lost a little over $50 million so far, since the tariffs have gone into place,” Wick says. “So, that’s a significant impact.”
To understand the current controversy over the decommissioning of Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant, you have to understand its past
Sure, the Greater Boston area is a great place to be in October, but sometimes it’s nice to get out of town and experience what the rest of the region has to offer. Since there are so many options, the burning question is, where to go?
What’s up with all those flags lining the roads outside of Boston?
This year’s meeting was particularly fraught because a series of strong winter storms forced the plant to shut down—or scram—twice in the last three months. Pilgrim remains offline as plant workers attempt to fix a transformer located between the electrical switchyard and the reactor.
As the debate over immigration increases in urgency, the Massachusetts sheriff and his department are about to enter into a cooperation agreement with ICE, which would operationalize local forces to assist Trump’s regime in deporting undocumented people on the Cape.