- Arts + Culture
A plan to give more power to the City Council over large projects in two city neighborhoods died Monday in a 5-3 vote.
Along with other business, the city has committed to a bus to bring students from Rindge Towers and Jefferson Park to the Vassal Lane/Tobin school building.
There was only mild opposition to a plan to bring a 150-room hotel to Route 2, but lots of interest in seeing developers move the hotel away from the road.
Opponents of a zoning petition didn’t offer alternatives to concerns over three large developments, but did talk about changes to Planning Board processes.
Brosnan carries this film gallantly with just the right amount of bravado and disdain, and his time as Bond and Thomas Crown goes a long way to help sell it.
Don’t listen to the alarmists. Summer isn’t over. To prove it, you might want to get takeout of that most summery of foods, a lobster roll, and eat it outside in the sunny days that remain.
This film is overlong, with a script of macho twaddle, but little of that matters when the explosions take center stage and guns blaze, and some of the casting retains its charm.
“Into the Storm” is no “Twister,” not even a “Sharknado.” It’s not bad, mind you, but it’s not good, either.
Planning Board members voted against a zoning petition taking away some authority and explained how better zoning from the City Council could improve its work.
What makes “Guardians” such a grand summertime treat is a script loyal to comic book parameters, but played loose, with pop and sass — and key ’70s songs.