Carl Stevens’ Journal
A reporter since 1983, Carl Stevens daily transcribes the beat of the street and the varied rhythms of life in and around Boston. Using poetry, video, or weaving lines around soundbites, Carl tells a story any way he can.
Boston is ranked third as “America’s Snobbiest City,“ according to Travel and Leisure Magazine. Here’s a poem to clarify why.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Carl Stevens wrote a poem about the end of the Boston Celtics run with Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce.
One man who has a very challenging job is the Department of Transportation worker who mows a very steep patch of grass – the incline next to the Massachusetts Turnpike inbound at Newton Corner.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Carl Stevens wrote a poem about the Bruins miracle win in Game 7 Monday night.
Carl Stevens wrote a tribute to the Boston Marathon bombings victims, survivors, and the first responders who risked their lives.
Mayor Tom Menino will not seek re-election when his term expires.
The 2012 baseball season is over at Fenway Park.
Apples and apple cider will likely cost you more this fall.
College students have moved in and many have already bought furniture. But there’s still plenty left. Carl Stevens reports.
A tractor trailer, with police escort, pulled up to Rocky Marciano stadium Thursday on the campus of Brockton High School. Inside, in huge crates, was the statue of Rocky Marciano himself.