"A cannabis cafe, where you can buy and consume on site, is allowed under the law. But there’s a process."
It’s something between ironic and nauseating that Superintendent Tommy Chang and Mayor Marty Walsh are making it look like Verizon, of all entities, is here to save the day.
Boston film director Robert Patton-Spruill helped rebuild his section of Roxbury from ruin. Now he wants to sell, but his neighbors have other plans for his property.
Among the many to weigh in on these issues, the New England First Amendment Coalition (NEFAC) has released a compelling statement... It’s on the money, and so informative and forward-looking that we thought it was our duty to excerpt it here...
Between the protesters, the counterprotesters, the media, the cops, and a handful of trolls, countless stories unfolded in Boston last weekend. These are several we encountered…
The panicked calls came from my friends and family—including my poor old mother, who was afraid I would be shot—right around the time that I arrived on Boston Common on Saturday.
Where were these nazis anyway? Where were they coming from? Did they take Uber?
For decades, and under three different mayoral administrations, organizers of the Boston Freedom Rally from the cannabis advocacy group MassCann/NORML have been denied permits for their annual event.
In the interest of doing better than those who are paying more attention to right-wing extremists than they are to the Bostonians speaking out, here are some of the points coming from the groups that are planning a counter-protest and march starting in Roxbury tomorrow at 10 am.
Governor says he’ll even show up on Saturday if his schedule is clear