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Participación

El plazo para la sección de participación es al mediodía martes 3 marzo para la edición 6 marzo. Mande eventos a [email protected] Los números telefónicos empiezan con el código 617. Reuniones Junta de directores de Mission Hill Neighborhood Housing, primer…

What’s Happening on Main Streets

By Ellen Walker With Contributors Eric Alden, Gar Chiang and Toni Ann Komst; Special to the Gazette As we enter 2020 and the new decade, it time to reflect on the past from an individual perspective.  To that end, some…

The (Climate) News Is All Bad

At the start of World War II, President Franklin Roosevelt reportedly said to his aides, “So far, the news is all bad,” referring to the reports from the front in the immediate aftermath of Pearl Harbor when the Japanese were taking…

Thanks for the Memories, Mookie

It is inconceivable to life-long Red Sox fans such as ourselves that the Sox’ management decided to trade away Mookie Betts to the Los Angeles Dodgers in exchange for a few random players. Mookie not only was an amazing talent…

Op-Ed: Black History Is More Than a Month

By Mayor Martin Walsh February is Black History Month and, in Boston, we have a full series of events planned to celebrate the achievements of Black Bostonians– the women and men, seniors and students, veterans and clergy, business owners and…

Op-Ed: Valentine Day Befuddling

By Dr. Glenn Mollette Valentine’s Day is a befuddling time – bewildering, confusing. Flowers that you would buy to give to someone are probably already tripled in price. Our local grocery store sometimes sells a dozen roses for under $30,…

Op-Ed: Remembering Jim Hennigan

By Sal Giarratani I was over at Jim Hennigan’s wake over in West Roxbury where folks lined up to say good bye to an old school political legend. When I was a kid, he got himself elected as a state…