There is a new kind of speed dating that has a lot of people talking this morning…and it involves people putting paper bags over their heads. Would you recommend Paper Bag Speed Dating to a single friend?
A new Barbie-like doll, called the “Lammily doll”, comes complete with stretch marks, cellulite, and acne. Do you think this is an appropriate representation of a young woman?
According to the Milford Daily News, a 5th grade boy was suspended 2 days for pointing an imaginary gun and making laser sounds. Is this simply child’s play or a threatening act?
The Kraft family is eyeing a piece of land off I-93 in South Boston as a potential site for a new soccer stadium for the New England Revolution. Do you think this is a good location for a new soccer stadium?
Boston firefighters called out to battle a three-alarm fire in the city’s South End yesterday were once again greeted by an unwelcome sight. The driver of a BMW parked in front of a fire hydrant. […]
A social studies book for 5th graders at Brookline Public Schools is causing a lot of controversy among parents this morning for a passage that states, “slaves were treated well or cruelly depending on their owners.” How do you feel about Brookline Public Schools pulling this book due to the passage on slavery?
An Old Navy customer noticed that on the company’s website, plus-sized women’s jeans cost $12 to $15 more than lower sizes, but prices were the same for men’s jeans. Do you think it is fair for Old Navy to charge more for plus-sized women’s jeans?
Some parents are not happy that a boy is allowed to play on the Dennis-Yarmouth girls field hockey team, despite the state saying it is OK. Do you think it is fair that boys can play on high school field hockey teams in Massachusetts?
A Derry, New Hampshire woman says she was fired for saying “God bless you” to people at the polls on election day. Do you agree with the decision?
The Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center has received funding to begin testing on printed food. What do you think of the plan to feed printed food to soldiers who are at war?