Bamboozled No More! A Market Basket Fan Speaks


  Janet Cormier loves Market Basket. I am not afraid to let the world know it. I brag about Market Basket prices the way sports fans brag about their teams’ stats. I admit I didn’t become a Market Basket convert until 8 years ago, and I only shop at the Somerville store. But I have […]

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Two Poems by Lucy Tiven


  Yahoo! Answers My hands don’t always shake when I speak it goes. Just another finky, disembodied voice trapped inside a greeting card. I guess. The way I see it there are just people who like to hear their names in a song and people who don’t. Your turn. Harvest Moon, moon over fillies, even […]

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Poem by Ruth Lehrer


  City Sounds I knew a man who soundproofed his Fenway apartment with egg cartons. Was it heat? Was it art? Glued up on the ceiling with egg white or poop I didn’t ask He took me to the roof and tried to kiss—an old egg carton pucker But his old man sweater smelled like […]

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