GBH needs to start inviting Dig and BINJ reporters to appear on its local news and public affairs shows
“Jazz [isn’t] a historical artifact. [It’s] a living breathing approach to music.”
The first debate, for me, didn’t demonstrate a compelling reason to replace Markey—to swap an older straight white male for a younger one.
Of them all, many would argue that Jack and Marion’s in Brookline served as the local standard-bearer of quality New York-style delicatessen fare with service to match.
It was surprising, if not baffling, to watch broadcast news icon Emily Rooney blast the feature on Beat the Press, a local weekly media show that she hosts on the Boston PBS station WGBH.
Or how I sacked the quarterback of the anti-legalization movement
Structural racism is the problem … now what’s the solution?
To show the extent to which his department is actually showered with positive press, we plugged “Boston Police Department” into the Google machine, and parsed all of the puffery from just October into four distinct categories.
Mainstream tools have looked the other way, the entire time enabling our police state to metastasize, batons to crack, and thousands of surveillance cameras to scan both cars and crowds in spite of ongoing attempts to outlaw the recording of cops.
Healey, is this a joke?