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“I get calls from lifers every week that feel they have not gotten a fair hearing by the parole board.”
An Arlington, Massachusetts police lieutenant who was put on paid leave after writing a column filled with controversial statements about violence, immigrants and more is back on the job after going through a “restorative justice” program. Independent journalist Laura Kiesel joins Sue to talk about what this means and why she doesn’t agree with the program.
From Martha’s Vineyard to Boston to Los Angeles, the small home movement struggles for acceptance at the end of the road “That’s definitely tiny.” Mike Mitchell is standing outside of a blue cottage with scalloped roof trimming on Martha’s Vineyard in an area known to locals as “The Campground,” or Wesleyan Grove. He’s a carpenter in […]
An exploration into the sordid history of Boston’s modern prohibition PART I: Boston’s liquor licensing quota was born out of elitism and has fostered a poisonous disparity over the past century. Can lifting the cap break the cycle? “Except for the city of Boston.” This historically pointed phrase punctuates every paragraph of liquor license […]