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Local Man Illustrates Global Warming, with Elephants

We all know that the US pumps nearly six million tons of carbon dioxide into the air every year. What we don’t know is what […]

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Pike Hike

Crap. We were hoping this wasn’t going to happen. Unfortunately, it did. Yesterday, the ever-popular Massachusetts Turnpike Authority voted 3-to-2 to increase tolls at four […]

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Red Sox Players are a Demanding Bunch

Our friends have already started complaining about the World Series celebration being held tomorrow at noon. Because they are gainfully employed, they’ll be forced to […]

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Maybe His Chopper is a Hybrid

Shortly after being sworn in, Gov. Deval Patrick got beaten up by the press for a number of things, not the least of which was […]

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The Value of Values

We’ve been kind of harsh on the Globe this week, so we thought we’d end on a positive note. The paper’s Campaign Notebook brings a […]

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Know When to Fold ‘Em

Earlier this week we ragged on Mayors Menino and Hickenlooper (…hee) for making lame bets on the outcome of the World Series. We’re all for […]

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Matthews Disses Mitt on Home Turf

I went to see “Hardball” host Chris Matthews last night at the Coolidge. He was pimping his new book, Life is a Campaign, and he […]

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Is Anybody Listening?

Presidential hopeful Barack Obama brought his message of political-changing togetherness to the Common last night. The crowd of almost 10,000 people cheered wildly as the […]

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We are Shocked; Shocked We Tell You

To paraphrase Homer Simpson: Mmm, Schadenfreude. We don’t need to tell you that as glorious as the sporting scene has been here in Boston lately, […]

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Rolling Stone Smacks Romney Around

Here at Boston Daily, we’re big fans of pointing out the absurdist humor inherent in all political campaigns. I, in particular, am especially fond of […]

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Barack To Boston

The World Series isn’t the only circus in town this week. Governor Deval Patrick will appear tonight with his new BFF Barack Obama at a […]

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Romney Opens Mouth, Inserts Health Care Law

We’re guessing most of you were watching Game 7 last night. But while the Sox were working their way toward another World Series, the Republicans […]

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Mitt and Mr. Jones

Once again, this has been quite the interesting week for Mitt Romney. After a very public calling-out from one-time friend Larry Craig, Romney now has […]

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The Jon Keller Situation, Day 2

In case you missed it yesterday, the Herald accused WBZ political reporter (and sometime Boston Magazine contributor) Jon Keller of using direct quotes without attribution […]

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One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

We had high hopes for Gov. Deval Patrick. Not in terms of developing grand public policies that would benefit the Commonwealth, mind you. We’re not […]