Recognizing the year's worst in government transparency.
THE FOILIES 2019: RECOGNIZING THE YEAR’S WORST IN GOVERNMENT TRANSPARENCY
“Like the time we knocked out two English papers, a science experiment, and built the White House out of sugar cubes,” Evan said. “It opened up our Sunday for filing Freedom of Information requests.”
BROKEN RECORDS: HOW TO EXPOSE BAD GOVERNMENT IN 2017
For the first time in decades, the Commonwealth has a new public records law. Here’s what you need to know…
BROKEN RECORDS: KAFKACHUSETTS
Mass AG shows just how useless public info laws are, but change is possible
FOIA-BLES: CRITICAL MASS RECORDS REFORM BILL TAKES TWO STEPS FORWARD AND ONE STEP BACK
If the best parts of the Senate bill survive and the worst provisions in the House bill are scrapped, then the Massachusetts public records law might become a little bit less broken.
VIDEO PREMIERE: BENT KNEE’S BLAST OF “SUNSHINE” [LIVE]
After last week's "Being Human," we continue Bent Knee's month-long video residency with an epic version of "Sunshine" live from Hand Forged Iron Works in North Andover.
THE RIGHT FLUFF: ‘INTERSTELLAR’ IS ONE SMALL MISSTEP FOR NOLAN
Christopher Nolan has an unparalleled track record among big-name directors for films that fully commit to their mind-bending premises while going light on sentimentality. It’s in this light that the mostly good, would-be epic Interstellar is a bit of a letdown, albeit one that’s still worth watching.