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At Filene’s, we’re going from a train wreck to a celebration in one move.
Why we should locate community colleges in the core of under-populated, older cities.
Lucky for us, almost $1 billion is going toward enhancing Boston’s museums — in less than a decade.
Why hide the infrastructure of our high-tech lives, instead of celebrating its inherent beauty?
TVs are just about everywhere in our lives, and this is not a uniformly good thing.
Like NYC, we could turn our detritus into a wonder.
No, we don’t have a championship team — but we do have the real deal when it comes to ballparks.
If we’re going to build the dang thing, let’s at least get it right.
When you walk along Mass. Ave. and hit Boylston, what you don’t see is a decent bit of streetscape.
Why I’m on board with this completely New England style of island hopping.
Unless we really want to continue building the city piece by piece, one public meeting at a time.
Why does Boston act like its best days are over?
The public impact of the building far outweighs the loss of its current tenant.
Forget the Tea Party; Boston is brimming with Height Partiers — people against tall buildings at all cost.