Post Tagged with: "house"

Columns, Opinion

Connie E and Tiffany Dufu. / Photo courtesy Connie E

Column: Faces of New York, a.k.a. how I made a home here

A house has a physical definition; a home has a spiritual one.

by × May 5, 2017 × 3 comments

Political Blog

Democrats are weighing whether to filibuster the confirmation of Judge Neil Gorsuch. / Photo courtesy Master Steve Rapport, Creative Commons
Democrats are weighing whether to filibuster the confirmation of Judge Neil Gorsuch. / Photo courtesy Master Steve Rapport, Creative Commons

In the House: Filibustering Gorsuch is a mistake

Neil Gorsuch: judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, President Donald Trump’s nominee for U.S. Supreme Court—and huge problem for Democrats.

by × April 3, 2017 × 2 comments

Political Blog

Internet privacy is under threat. / Photo courtesy beachmobjellies, Creative Commons
Internet privacy is under threat. / Photo courtesy beachmobjellies, Creative Commons

Technobabble: Your Internet history for sale

By Joshua Stair, political columnist I try to avoid singling out a single political party for criticism, but last Thursday, Republicans in the Senate made it very difficult not to do so. The Senate voted to repeal Internet privacy rules which would have prevented Internet service providers (ISPs), from sharing […]

by × March 28, 2017 × 2 comments

City, Featured Content

Republicans take Massachusetts, nation

Republicans take Massachusetts, nation

Midterm elections marked losses for Democrats both in Mass. and across the nation as Republican Charlie Baker was elected governor and Republicans gained control of the Senate by winning seven new seats.

by × November 6, 2014 × 1 comment

Arts and entertainment

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Treat yourself to a good time with these Halloween tricks

Entire tendrils of trees are baring, and the ground is becoming a crunchy mesh of fall colors. Warm cider and pumpkin coffee is commandeering the menu at Dunkin’ Donuts, and parent’s weekend was highlighted with not-so-scary scare crows atop bales of hay.

by × October 24, 2013 × 2 comments

Arts and entertainment

Photo Courtesy/Creative Commons/Christina Xu

Event Calendar: Oct. 24-30

Get out your best face paint and start practicing your “hungry for human brains” noises – it’s time for the Boston Zombie Walk. Join hundreds of other undead enthusiasts as they march through the streets wielding nerf guns, foam swords and other defensive devices. The route, marked with fake blood, begins at City Hall and continues throughout the government center area, ending at the Wild Rover pub. Some will be wearing full costume while others dress as survivors, or anything else related to the theme. Come bring the zombie apocalypse to life, or death. 1 City Hall Sq.; 6 – 11 p.m.; free; facebook.com/bostonzombiewalk.

by × October 24, 2013 × 1 comment