Not in the Q
Quincy is famous, or perhaps infamous for some of its residents and especially certain of its public officials misbelieving that Quincy is a large city.
In truth, Quincy, a suburb of Boston which is a birthplace of presidents and possessed of a rich history, has squandered much of its potential for fine arts, culture and more in recent years.
In other words, there are thus many things that could be – or should be – but are “Not in the Q“
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Tom Brady has accumulated many fans during his Hall of Fame career and can count the Cleveland Browns’ Odell Beckham Jr. as one of them.
The good news: the Washington Nationals swept the St. Louis Cardinals and now a Washington major league baseball team is headed to the World Series for the first time since 1933.
Mayor Correia, who is facing twenty-four felony counts care of two separate federal indictments as well as a steep uphill re-election battle, won a small and probably but short reprieve in court on Thursday.
Moose breeding season is starting to ram up and “bulls are on the move looking for mates.” No word, if this moose had had a companion for a little hot tub action before it ended up stuck in the pool.
Another Massachusetts politician distances himself/herself from Massachusetts. Mitt Romney did it. Now Elizabeth Warren is doing it. At the same time, it is only fair to note that doing so did not work for Mittens.
For those who may recall, the now defunct developer Street-Works had helped design the now-hopping and exciting Assembly Row redevelopment and that Assembly Row was a de facto beta test of Street-Works’ plan for Quincy Center.
After a promising month of scandals hitting the fan last month, things have gone quiet in the all but invariably mad rush back to school following the long Labor Day holiday weekend holiday …
At the same time, it is only fair to point out that the rollout of these new subway cars was delayed several months while the T had to resolve issues with an upgraded signal system …
Camp Harbor View is just a short boat ride from Boston, but the camp, nestled on Long Island in Boston Harbor, is a world away for most of its campers.
Then again, there were only around a couple of dozen or so Quincy ferry boat commuters undertaking weekday round trips before service was suspended …