The MBTA will push through changes to commuter rail and ferry service starting Saturday, even as estimates show the agency set to get between $250 million and $300 million in disaster relief from a federal bill signed into law in December.
Gov. Charlie Baker is expected to enact “Laura’s Law” Friday, requiring every hospital emergency department in the state to have entrances monitored properly by security, clearly marked and easily accessible, particularly to patients in distress.
The Left Bank of the Charles Review, a quarterly, is free to savor online, but it’s not free of the past
The first issue of The Left Bank of the Charles Review arrived with the new year, promised quarterly by Joseph Levendusky – a traveler, lover of music, left-leaning political critic and sitter in cafés.
This coronavirus edition of movies to shelter with includes some highlights of the art streaming at the “Brattlelite,” the antihero classic “Cool Hand Luke” and a bunch of others, including a Liam Neeson misfire, a pretty weepie and some sci-fi curiosities.
On-the-job training for a drone pilot thrust into hand-to-hand warfare at times calls to mind the hazing Denzel Washington laid down on Ethan Hawke in “Training Day” – except that the lone wolf special op played by Anthony Mackie isn’t human.
Overall, planning has been fitful and opaque here, with developers nurturing political connections to city councillors in exchange for approval of projects on an ad hoc basis. What if we leveraged our strengths toward a better approach?
Between two thick, golden slices of airy sourdough oozed mild, aged cheddar. It was simple and needed nothing else. No mustard. No nothing. I ate outside and I ate it fast, not because it was cold, but because it was that good.
Commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day will be different this year as a result of the coronavirus, but there is still plenty going on.