Politics

Breakdown On MBTA Green Line Highlights Struggles For Passengers In Wheelchairs

Filed in Politics by on July 18, 2009 2 Comments
Breakdown On MBTA Green Line Highlights Struggles For Passengers In Wheelchairs

The MBTA is rarely known for being on time, or having freedom from technical difficulties. Amongst all of the subway lines, the Green Line is often recognized for its un-scheduled stops and frequent breakdowns. But today’s breakdown on the Green Line highlighted a different problem, and this time it was personal. The summer can be […]

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A Gay Reality

A Gay Reality

Join the Boston Observer in exploring Boston Pride, 2009.

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The Boston Globe: Gone with the Wind?

Filed in Local News, Politics by on June 14, 2009 2 Comments
The Boston Globe: Gone with the Wind?

What’s that in the sky? It’s a bird! It’s a plane! Wait! —It’s the Boston Globe blowing in the wind! The Boston Globe may be blown away forever. Is America becoming a civilization, Gone with the Wind?

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“T” Time

Filed in Local News, Politics by on June 6, 2009 2 Comments
“T” Time

Getting fed up with the T? Did you know that the MBTA plans to increase fares while decreasing service? Read all about it!

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What Dreams Can Bring: A Visit to The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum

Filed in Featured, Politics, Things To Do by on May 25, 2009 6 Comments
What Dreams Can Bring: A Visit to The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum

What turned out to be a Visit to The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum ended up becoming an inspirational experience. Find your inner Kennedy and dream!

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