What compels someone to drive into holiday shopping gridlock so bad, it trapped people trying to exit the Natick Mall garage for three hours or more?
It’s that time again, when we will gather with loved ones to eat, watch football (as opposed to whatever it is the Pats have been doing), and give thanks for everything.
Keller at Large on MASSterList · Keller 11/13 It’s alive! Like Carrie’s hand thrusting out of the grave to grab Amy Irving’s arm in the 1976 horror movie, the corpse that is the state GOP signaled a pulse last week with a decisive win in the traditionally-Democratic central Massachusetts Senate seat left open by Anne […]
Earth to the self-deluded – check oxygen and seek a reality check.
I don’t know how we’re going to pay for this, I really have no idea. But I do know that it has to be paid for.
It’s human nature. New governors quickly grow a healthy contempt for the management skills of their predecessors. No wonder. You move into a new apartment and find the previous tenant pennied all the drains – or, as in the case of the 1993 Bill Clinton transition to George W. Bush, removed all the “W” keys from the […]
Keller at Large on MASSterList · Keller: With Hamas attack, the perverse logic of blaming the victims Slow down a bit as you’re driving down Route 3 south in Kingston and you might notice a well-maintained roadside monument memorializing State Trooper Mark Charbonnier. He was just 31 in September 1994 when he pulled over a red Chevy […]
Keller at Large on MASSterList · Mayor Michelle Wu’s lessons on the gritty reality of governing “I love this job,” said Boston Mayor Michelle Wu with a straight face during an interview with us last week. “I believe it’s the best job in the world.” If true – after close to two years of nasty […]
Fear and loathing on Beacon Hill
You might not miss Mitt Romney when he’s gone. But you might change your mind…