Columnist

Paul McMorrow

Paul McMorrow is an associate editor at CommonWealth magazine, where he writes about state politics and public policy. Prior to CommonWealth, he covered commercial real estate and development at Banker & Tradesman. He previously wrote about local politics for Boston magazine and Boston’s Weekly Dig. He is also a regular contributor to BeerAdvocate magazine. His work has been recognized by the City and Regional Magazine Association, the New England Press Association and the Association of Alternative Newsweeklies.

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Fail ale

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Pay-to-play allegations in the Mass. beer industry can be blamed on one bad player — the state itself.

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Gas tax repeal is a blessing in disguise

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The passing of Question 1 took the stuffing out of a weak transportation finance package.

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Garden Garage neighbors should be cheering for redevelopment

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The garage is an ugly, hulking piece of concrete that cuts the West End off from the emerging neighborhood around North Station.

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In a vacant lot, the story of Boston’s housing crunch

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The city’s broken zoning code weighs heaviest on the people who are least able to navigate it.