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Somehow one is surprised — if one is a semi-conscious literary journalist like me — by the discovery that Will Self has continued to produce books.
Will Self’s The Butt
| October 08, 2008
The T and the Tube
From time to time, upon discovering that I moved here from my native London, a well-meaning Bostonian will make the conciliatory observation that our two cities are not, after all, so very different.
London’s Underground is seething with danger. Boston’s T has cuckoo juice
| April 30, 2008
A bike is the most appropriate technology for moving around the city — it’s easy to park, and it’s powered by burritos and beer.
| March 05, 2008
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Riding there red line from Central Square to Park Street recently, a friend of mine from Philadelphia surveyed the length of the train and said, “You don’t see this in Philly.”
Some of Boston’s best bars have a literary history
| September 01, 2006
Anheuser-Busch Demon’s Hop Yard IPA
When A-B, the world’s third-largest brewery, announced their “You Choose It, We’ll Brew It” campaign, in which New England beer drinkers were afforded the opportunity to vote on a craft beer that would reflect the region’s tastes, I was wary.
Big brewer, big flavor
| August 30, 2006
The disappointing thing about Henry Rollins — otherwise a paragon of American manhood — has always been the fact that he is, in public at least, a Moz basher.
The singular brilliance of Morrissey
| March 27, 2006
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