At some point, in either grade school or middle school, you learn that opinion is not fact. This usually happens while writing a rudimentary report, something on Ben Franklin or wolves or Switzerland (or the future of electric-powered Swiss wolves) but regardless of the context, the basic lesson is the same: opinion is not fact. What you feel or believe doesn’t carry the same weight as what...
There are two novels that can change a bookish fourteen-year old’s life:...– Paul Krugman
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Moving days are here again. Total chaos in the streets. Let’s check in around the greater Boston metro region to see how the local clans are handling the migration: CAMBRIDGE Moving Vehicle of Choice: Overloaded Subaru, Prious, or old pickup truck borrowed from local sustainable farm. Sidewalk Leftovers: Boxes of Marxist literature, Ikea couches, unwanted less hip vinyl collections,...