Since we’ve been inviting you to tell us what you’re curious about, we’ve received a wide range of questions. This one left us baffled.
Mark in Somerville is curious if there is a way to stop companies from sending junk mail.
If you drive along Route 128, it’s hard to miss the spot in Waltham that has been bulldozed into a mess of mulch.
Some people say medical marijuana is about helping people who are seriously ill, but others worry there’s a potential for abuse. There’s a new push to allow the drug in Mass. for medical uses.
For some people, eating better means buying organic, but how do you know what you’re really getting?
With all of us watching every penny these days, some people say it’s the penny that’s a problem. Should we abolish the penny?
Who pays for those “free” cell phones from SafeLink? – Mark, Norwell
Those two bath tubs are certainly an iconic image in the world of advertising. They made Jane from Fitchburg curious about what they really mean.
Allan in Holbrook declared his curiosity. He writes that the ad targeting Scott Brown appears to be well funded. “Who is really behind these ads?”
Jackie in Amesbury is Curious: “With gas prices rising every day, why don’t we hear more about car pooling?”