THE WRITING IS ON THE WALL AND IT’S BEEN PENNED IN FLOURESCENT HUES5 years agoApril 11, 2003 | Camille Dodero looked at how city surfaces were providing "a canvas for public expression" concerning the Iraq War.“In the cavernous front lobby of Simmons College’s Main College Building, there’s a bathroom-graffiti-style debate unfurling on a long scroll of white paper.
Where my dough at?
In the words of Wyclef Jean, "Oh, where my money at?" Ian Donnis talks Red Sox ticket prices with FNX. For the latest, read his article "Ticket shock: Fans are paying the price for the Sox success: inside the Fenway fiasco."MP3: Ian Donnis talks to FNX about ungettable Sox tixs.
Game 5 of the ALCS was about an hour from start-time when Nick Hornby took the stage at the Devotion School in Brookline last night. The first question from the floor concerned, not surprisingly, Hornby's take on the current Red Sox series -- given that Hornby's Fever Pitch, a book about English soccer fanatics, had been magically turned into a Farrelly Bros film about Red Sox obsessives, which in turn was famously forced to undergo several last-second rewrites as the real-life Sox miraculously won their first World Series in 81 years.
A final, grateful farewell to one closer.
And a hearty hello to a new one...maybe.
I’ll concede that the numbers don’t look good on Joel Pineiro.
In fact, they’ve gotten worse every year.
2001 2.03 0.9422002 3.24 1.2502003 3.78 1.2662004 4.67 1.329