Got on page B7 of the Boston Globe, reporting on a Cosecha anti-family-separation rally that BABAM! backed.
Had I know I'd'a worn a better T-shirt than Rick and Morty.
"Boston, which used to be a city of a thousand nooks and crannies, back-alley restaurants and shops, dive bars and ice cream parlors hidden under its elevated, is now one long, monotonous wall of modern skyscraper."
--The Death of a Once Great City: The fall of New York and the urban crisis of affluence. I mostly feel this in Harvard Square. Too many landlords holding out for too much rent from too stable and boring a business, like another f'in Bank Branch or CVS. Squares with nothing but empty lots and boring as dishwater franchises are a blight on our land. I think they should be dealt with via tax breaks for funky, less-corporate businesses and harsh tax penalties for landlords who just sit on spots, waiting for the right boring client and bringing down the neighborhood values for everyone.