(Steven Hayward) Elizabeth Warren’s potential presidential run in 2020 may have hit a major bump in the road with today’s story in her hometown paper, the Boston Globe: Elizabeth Warren’s native American problem goes beyond politicsShow More Summary
Massachusetts U.S. Senate candidate John Kingston (R), who is pouring millions of his own dollars into his campaign, couldn’t name the U.S. House member who represents the district in which he lives, the Boston Globe reports. “Kingston, who is campaigning [...]
IN THE BOSTON GLOBE: That GOP ‘Tax Scam’ Is Putting Money In Millions Of Workers’ Pockets.
Investors tell the Boston Globe Menton isn’t financially viable Boston empire-builder Barbara Lynch is back in the kitchen at Menton, her French-Italian fine dining restaurant. The Boston Globe reports that investors are concerned about...Show More Summary
Now open in the old Rattlesnake location Globe Bar & Cafe has completed its relocation from one space on Boston’s Boylston Street to another, officially opening in its new home last week. After vacating 565 Boylston St. late last year,...Show More Summary
Nancy Kerrigan gave an interview with the Boston Globe and during it, was asked if she’d seen I, Tonya. “I’ve been busy. I was at the national [figure skating] championships this week so I didn’t watch the Golden Globes. I haven’t seen the movie. I’m just busy living my life,” the 48-year-old figure skater told [...]
Julie Carrick Dalton has published more than a thousand articles in The Boston Globe, BusinessWeek, Inc. Magazine, The Hollywood Reporter, and other publications. She is a graduate of GrubStreet’s Novel Incubator, a year-long, MFA-level novel intensive, and she holds Master’s in Creative Writing from Harvard University Extension School. Show More Summary
At Cultivar and Our Fathers A Growing Cultivar Devra First’s latest review for The Boston Globe features Cultivar, from chef-owner Mary Dumont. With several separate visits since the restaurant’s opening in June, First finds that “surely,...Show More Summary
The Vikings plan to dress Sam Bradford on Sunday, via Ben Volin of the Boston Globe. It is unknown whether they also will make Teddy Bridgewater active, and the Vikings backup quarterback isn’t giving anything away, if he knows. “I don’t know. So I’ll just leave it at that,” Bridgewater said Friday, via Chris Tomasson [more]
This column was written February 16, 2016 by Jeff Jacoby of The Boston Globe and is entitled; “The man who didn’t want to be president.” It was referenced in another column by Jeff Jacoby called “The Great I Am“. After hearing Trump’s “Like, being really smart” and a “stable genius” remarks, this column “kind of […]
SACRED TRADITIONS SHOULD STAND UNMOLESTED - SAYS THE SUN TIMES, CONFIDENT THAT THEY WON'T BE CALLED A ".PHOBE" THAT REMAINS UNEVOLVED SOURCETwo Mass Shootings In Mexico Yield 18 Total Dead, Causing 'Progressive Nationalist Leadership'...Show More Summary
HE WHO CONTROLS THE NARRATIVE, BLATANTLY INSERTING AN AGENDA OF THEIR OWN CHOOSING, CAN COMPEL A VICTIMIZED PEOPLE TO LOOK PAST THE DEAD BODIES IN THEIR OWN COMMUNITY AS THEY ARE MOVED TO FEEL 'SIMULATED MOTION' PRETENDING TO BE 'PROGRESS' Cardinal O'Malley Prays That Street Pirates Do Not Start LYNCHING Their Victims In 2018
Boston Globe: “One American politician is currently dominating the cultural landscape, from social media to late-night television. His poll numbers look great, his Twitter posts are often among the most read in the world, and with every utterance, his impassioned [...]
The BLACK RACIAL SERVICES MACHINE OLIGARCHY RETAINS CONTROL Over The SEATS OF POWER In Atlanta Source: The "Progressive Nationalist" Boston Globe CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK UNIVERSITY: It is NO ACCIDENT that the very same WHITE PROGRESSIVE OPERATIVES who attack "WHITE [NAZI] NATIONALISM" are seen heralding "THE BLACK RACIAL SERVICES MACHINE". Show More Summary
The downtown eatery helped introduce Boston to Turkish food Sultan’s Kitchen (116 State St, Boston, MA 02109) has shuttered, as reported by Boston Restaurant Talk and The Boston Globe. The Turkish eatery — which was one of a precious...Show More Summary
The authors are Kevin Simler and Robin Hanson, and now it is out! Robin reports: On press coverage, back in July Publishers Weekly had a paragraph on it, the Boston Globe did an interview of me back then that they just released, Vice...Show More Summary
In a joint report released Thursday, STAT News and the Boston Globe published allegations that staff members on Dr. Phil supplied alcohol and helped obtain drugs for the show’s guests prior to their interviews about their respective addictions, presumably to goose the episodes’ content. The show’s director of professional affairs ... More »
As a former psychologist once said, "There are some sick people in this world." And according to Thursday's shocking report from STAT and The Boston Globe, Dr. Phil staff may be some of them. In the article, multiple former guests suffering from addiction say show staff, including producers, encouraged or aided them in finding drugs before taping. [...]
A new investigation uncovers troubling allegations against Dr. Phil and his daytime talk show. STAT and The Boston Globe published an exposé on Thursday, which includes accounts...
Dr. Phil McGraw prides himself for pulling people out of addiction, but a new report from STAT and the Boston Globe alleges he may have put some at-risk guests right back into it. Ex-guests on McGraw's syndicated talk show, including a former winner of TV's Survivor, say as they waited...