Keller @ Large
When I think back on this year in the future, I’m pretty sure I’ll remember the selflessness of those who dealt with the marathon day attacks and the community outpouring of support for their victims.
I’m sure I’m not alone in growing sick of seeing, dealing with and, ultimately, paying for the toxic effects of out-of-control drinking by others.
Attorney General Martha Coakley, who’s running for governor, admitted Friday mistakes were made regarding the handling of her campaign funds.
It’s not easy to be honest and humble, but it can be done, and ought to be aspired to.
Any new relationship can benefit from constructive advice, and even though neither party asked for it, I’m happy to offer some.
As we move through this month of commemoration of the 50th anniversary of President Kennedy’s assassination, you will be hearing quite a bit about the many theories that the crime was the product of a conspiracy, not the work of a lone gunman.
Taking proper care of all the vets who need help is going to cost a lot of money, far more than we currently spend.
It’s a lesson in the danger of glorifying thugs, swallowing fraudulent Robin Hood stories, and valuing neighborhood or ethnic or even family ties over basic human decency.
Add another entry to the list of hazards of modern life you want to avoid – Twitter burnout.
So who were the winners and losers on municipal election day here in Massachusetts?