The endorsement of former state Sen. Bill Owens appears to have been just an appetizer. Mayoral hopeful Sam Yoon's campaign served up on Monday the endorsement of community activist Mel King, the first African-American to win Boston's preliminary election... Read more
Mayor Tom Menino works lunch programs and Federally stimulated jobs, while Kevin McCrea will be on Neighborhood Network News today. Sam Yoon courts seniors in Chinatown and commuters at Stony Brook station. MAYOR THOMAS MENINO: 1:00 PM... Read more
Looking for some fun in the sun, with politics on the side? Head to the Dorchester Beach Festival, which will feature appearances from Mayor Thomas Menino and South End businessman Kevin McCrea. MAYOR THOMAS MENINO: 11:00 AM Dorchester Beach Festival... Read more
New England Cable News' Jim Braude received some love from Sam Yoon's mayoral campaign tonight. Fellow mayoral hopeful Kevin McCrea, not so much. "There hasn't been nearly enough discussion of the issues that will move Boston's city government into the... Read more
It's six weeks until the Sept. 22 preliminary election. Mayor Menino heads to Camp Harbor View while Michael Flaherty takes in a softball game and Sam Yoon goes for a walk in Brighton. MAYOR THOMAS MENINO: 1:00 PM Camp Harbor View Visit Camp Harbor View... Read more
Banker & Tradesman reporter Paul McMorrow asks: "We all know that signs don’t vote. The question is: Can construction sites?"
"A political campaign is more than a traveling debate society," Slate's Jack Shafer wrote last year. So let's get right to it: The Bay State Banner's Yawu Miller and the Boston Phoenix's David Bernstein cast a critical eye on the reports that are coming... Read more
Meet City Council At-Large candidate Ayanna Pressley’s new campaign director: James Chisholm, a top local aide to U.S. Sen. John Kerry. According to one source close to the campaign, Pressley just wasn’t clicking with her now-former campaign manager,... Read more
Hiep Q. Nguyen was eight years old when his family came over from Vietnam in 1991. There were twelve of them: His parents, Hiep, and nine other siblings. “We came in with nothing,” he recalls. Eighteen years later, Nguyen, an accountant based in... Read more
City Council At-Large candidate Tito Jackson took a moment this evening to talk to Lit Drop about ways the city can retain younger residents.


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