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The night before eggmageddon…

Twas the night before Halloween and all through the hood……nope….thats not going to work. Ever try to buy eggs in Dorchester the …

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Best Coffee in Dot…

Ok, so this is long overdue. I tried to make this happen before and the polling system I used absolutely sucked. Sooooo…I’m …

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I Dont Play…

Been blasting this all morning… Been a few since I sounded off about a song I like and that’s usually because I …

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The Dot Drone…

Well, I’m a big kid at heart and I do love technology. So….I need to get one of these drones in my …

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The Southie effect…

If any of you have driven around Southie lately one thing that really stands out besides the burb baby posers is the …

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Next Stop – Neponset

Well, according to local history buff Mike Lonardelli, there used to be two Old Colony Railroad train stations in the Neponset area. …

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For Cody…

Years ago I cross paths with this bright eyed girl from Dorchester. She always stood out from the crowd because of her …

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Memory of the day…

Remember going to Tenean Beach and having this creepy b*tch staring at you all day?

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The Uber perspective…

liv·er·y  (lv-r, lvr) n. pl. liv·er·ies 1. A distinctive uniform worn by the male servants of a household. 2. The distinctive dress worn by the members of a particular group; uniform: ushers in livery. 3. The costume or insignia worn by the retainers of a feudal lord. a. The boarding and care of horses for a fee. b. The hiring out of horses and carriages. c. A livery stable. 5. A business that offers vehicles, such as automobiles or boats, for hire. 6. Law Official delivery of property, especially land, to a new owner.   hack·ney  (hkn)  pl. hack·neys 1. often Hackney A horse of a breed developed in England. 2. A trotting horse suited for routine riding or driving. 3. A coach or carriage for hire.   Do you see any differences …