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STAT: The Readout Loud
TECHNOLOGY IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST
Suffolk Downs development agreement marks an opportunity for East Boston
Despite a flawed process that privileges private interests over the public good, East Boston won unprecedented concessions.
Economic relief can’t wait
It would be a shame for lawmakers to hold up needed aid and housing reforms over sports betting.
Signs of the times
Before the coronavirus pandemic, the consensus was that there were too many signs in our lives. But to stay safe, we need signs again.
Kevin White’s vision for Faneuil Hall is now Marty Walsh’s problem
A once wildly successful tourist attraction is now a shadow of itself.
DHS must address the threat of white supremacists, even if Trump won’t
Homeland Security’s mission has been compromised, and so has the safety of the American people.
The ‘transformational’ Allston Multimodal project
You can’t build on the foundations of a transformational project that never gets built. Focus on the needs, not the wants.
Business as usual is hurting Boston
The city’s outdated zoning code must be updated to make the development approvals process transparent, accountable, and equitable.
A vision for Allston Interchange is within reach, even if it’s a stretch
A state lawmaker and an environmental stakeholder weigh in on a recent editorial pushing for a bold vision for the Allston Interchange.
IDEAS | NOAH Y. KIM
Housing will test white support for Black lives
White people are rallying against racism, but will they finally make it much easier for minorities to move into their neighborhoods?
David M. Abromowitz
How to get ahead of the next housing downturn
The public needs to take a lesson from the private sector and capitalize on the downturn in real estate in order to guarantee affordable housing.