At issue here is not just that a highly publicized public service campaign fell flat, or that money was wasted on printing posters that were never used.
FRONT AND CENTER: RACE PLAYS INTO THE BOSTON MAYORAL ELECTION IN MORE WAYS THAN YOU REALIZE
While both candidates have positioned themselves as the best choice for addressing racism in a city that is 53 percent people of color, their outlooks on related issues and strategies regarding how to fix things differ substantially.
THE LONG SHADOW OF LONG ISLAND
The 2014 closure remains a defining moment of the Walsh administration
BIG TALK: WALSH FUNCTIONALLY ENDS VETERAN HOMELESSNESS, BRAGS TO OBAMA
The issue of homelessness will doubtlessly be tied to the legacy of the mayor’s first years in office, and it’s no surprise that Walsh wants to spin the story.
SPECIAL FEATURE: THE LAND BOSTON FORGOT
Hundreds of Allston residents fought in the streets to save their neighborhood. Now, after a series of land swaps, Harvard’s ivy vines are creeping in again. This is for those who fought, and who fight, for their homes.
INTERVIEW: JOHN HODGMAN
"That’s what put me on The Daily Show as the resident expert, the kind of person that would say with a straight face that Franklin Roosevelt had a hook for a hand but you never noticed it because it’s shaped like a wheelchair."
THE MILK STREET MARIJUANA DANCE
I had to ask: “Mayor, are you really giving the dispensary a fair shake? "
DOUBLE CROSSING: DOWNTOWN PROHIBITIONISTS BLOCK BOSTON’S MARIJUANA DISPENSARY
It’s disappointing that the BID cannot be bothered to offer any basis for their decisions ...