The city of Boston, Massachusetts is steeped in American Revolutionary War history. The city has designed an entire trail–the “Freedom Trail”–a footpath that leads interested visitors around the city to the areas of most importance. 365 more words
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Part 1 because I only got halfway through it. Park Street Church, Granary Burial Ground, King’s Chapel, King’s Chapel Burial Ground, Benjamin Franklin Statue (At the site of the first Boston Latin School), Old Corner Book Store, Old South Meeting House, Old State House (also the site of the Boston Massacre), and Faneuil Hall. 32 more words
Our Nations Airports Are A Catastrophe Ready To Happen: 99% Of U.S Airports Are Not Screening Employees
I honestly believe these politicians are going to get us all killed. Just take a look at what Senator Chuck Schumer Democrat of New York has to say about our airport security and I quote “What happened in Europe must serve as a wake up call for the United States,” said Sen. 424 more words
WILMINGTON, MA — The Boston Derby Dames, a Boston-based, female-only roller derby league, begins its 2016 regular season at the Shriners Auditorium (99 Fordham Road) on Saturday, April 9. 129 more words
With my voice finally on the mends from Saturday and some deep thinking complete, I can finally write about my Massacre experience.
The night and the early hours of the morning before, I found myself making a brown waistcoat out of an old garment. 809 more words