September 20, 2011
Old fashioned voting booth (image courtesy of islandlaw.com)
A little late to announce this, but there are preliminary elections today in cities and towns across the Commonwealth.
In Springfield three candidates are vying for Mayor. Incumbent Dominic J Sarno is competing against School Committee member Antonette Pepe and City Council President Jose F. Tosado; to be one of the two candidates to be on the ballot in November for a second term. The winner in November’s general election will be the first Mayor elected to a four-year term.
Pepe, 70 has been especially vocal in her criticisms of Sarno, even accusing him of blackmail. A charge he denies. So, if it becomes a Pepe versus Sarno race at the end of the night, look for the bad blood between the two to make for a combative general election.
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May 16, 2011
The long awaited and promised slideshow of the May 7 Pride parade is now done.
April 23, 2011
Image courtesy: Valley advocate.com
It’s that time of year again! The Valley Advocate, the weekly journal of entertainment, news, and listings is just as much a staple of western Massachusetts as the Autumn foliage, the smattering of colleges, and its fine dinning. Now the annual ‘Advocate Best of the Valley Reader’s Poll’ is out with the tops picks of the best locales in western Massachusetts and New England to get some grub, drinks, places to spend your money, or just to chill out; all selected by the readers of the Advocate.
Below are the winner’s in all 188 categories. Hope you have fun reading, my retinas I think are nearly burned out from laying out this list.
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