WoMag blog? http://worcestermag.blogspot.com/ is listed in the blog log this week, but it doesn’t exist. In fact, the name worcestermag.blogspot.com is still available! What hoodlum will grab it first?
Update: Two seconds of sleuthing reveals it shoulda been http://worcesterma.blogspot.com/. Typos in URLs are serious things.
Next SMOC meeting: Monday, there’s another public meeting with SMOC about the June Street program. A judge will be the moderator.
You’ll recall that this June Street dispute prompted the classic line: “I will be the neighbor from hell.”
You gotta ask yourself: is being the neighbor from hell going to accomplish your goals, or just make your neighborhood more hellish?
Winslow Street Park: Note that the future Winslow Street Park is right next door to Ed Hyder’s market, one of the finest
groceries food stores in the city.
When Clive McFarlane sees this, he thinks:
. . . it is difficult to see how a park of leisure and peace can long endure in a neighborhood where many people live lives patched together by welfare, drugs and alcohol, and to which those who are lucky to escape with a college education seldom come back.
I think: “Picnic heaven.”
Keeping pets has been controversial in China for decades. Banned as a middle-class habit during the radical Cultural Revolution of the 1960s and ’70s, dog-raising surged anew with the introduction of free-market reforms.
The government line is that this is about stopping rabies. Are bigger dogs bigger rabies risks?