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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 …

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Dot Rat in the DJ booth…

Big shout out to Clinton Sparks for representing with a Dot Rat shirt down and the Cure Lounge on Friday night…I appreciate …

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Semper Fi Jack…

I just want to take a moment to send a shout out to a Dot Rat All Star and all around good …

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The coffee promise…

Remember that scene from the movie ‘The Money Pit” when Tom Hanks loses his sh*t because he’s finally hit his breaking point? …

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Pipers invade the Harp & Bard…

There is just something so friggin cool about bagpipers rolling into a pub like this. It’s one part testosterone one part nostalgic …

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The Mac & Wahly show…

So I gotta send a big shout out to my good friend and birthday boy Tommy Mac for inviting me down to his shop …

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For Tommy…

Through the years there have been families from Dorchester that have garnered a reputation for their will to fight. Whether it’s for a friend …

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Saint Mary’s Fundraiser…

Neighbors Supporting Neighbors and Having a Good Time! In their own words, “For many of us, our lives started at St. Margaret’s.  …

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The Dot Day Triple Double…

The cars were lining my street, the yards were freshly groomed, and on this Dot Day the neighborhood was eerily quiet. It was the …