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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.
Despite shock over flash flooding and a tornado in Revere, an order aimed at saving the Silver Maple Forest from development wound up as watered down as the region itself.
The city’s sole proposed medical marijuana dispensary looks to be back on track with zoning, a solid banking arrangement and a meeting Thursday with DPH officials.
It’s a clichéd premise, but director Rob Reiner and his cast play up the comedy on what could have been a flat, Lifetime weepy, making it an intermittent joy.
Developers at 75 New St. must return to the Planning Board in September for a fourth meeting to answer questions.
The second of four free concerts in the City of Cambridge Danehy Park Concert Series is 6 p.m. Tuesday at Danehy Park.
A man riding a bike and wearing a ski mask grabbed a woman near Fresh Pond – the third incident in two months of assaulters on bicycles.