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The Roads to Summer
August 25, 2012
You forgot to mention the food. There was a woman with a brick oven attached to a truck selling pizza. I checked it out because all the police officers were getting their pizza from her. The atmosphere may have something to do with it, but it was honestly the best pizza I have had in years. Since I was in Providence about eight years ago. In talking to a couple of the officers, they had high praise for it as well. I'm actually going back one more time.
Gov. Deeval Patrick and his bosom-bud, House Speaker DeLeo, should really make a late addition to the Bay State splurge on gambling enterprises: reconstitution of the Horse Racing seasons at the Brockton and Marshfield fairs, and maybe even resurrection of the Weymouth Fair with its parimutual event. Certainly Tessie Murray, the Plymouth-based state Senate president, would favor such endeavors near her not quite Cape Cod district.