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Black Mass

I saw Black Mass yesterday and while I don’t have time for a full review, here are some quick observations. First, it has to be mentioned that having Benedict Cumberbatch play William Bulger is one of most egregious miscastings I … Continue reading

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Chinatown Buses: A History

I first took a Chinatown bus to Boston back in 2000. A friend had told me to just walk under the Manhattan Bridge, near East Broadway, and look for the buses. I can’t remember which company it was, but a … Continue reading

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Boston: townies to the world

Boston based writer Luke O’Neill has been doing some interesting writing about the cultural identity of Boston and the overexposure of it in the national consciousness. His latest piece about the Red Sox championship is pretty dead on. O’Neill is … Continue reading

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“I Hate You, Tom Brady”

First of all, far be it from me to be unthankful.  Tom Brady has provided me with more happiness than I probably deserve. And I don’t blame him for the recent Superbowl loss to the Giants. Had he had the … Continue reading

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