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Boston Hit With Third Snowstorm In Three Weeks
I Survived My Boston Commute: One Brave Woman’s Tale
Ridiculous

For many, getting to work these past couple of weeks has required nothing short of Herculean efforts. With the T in repair for over a month, every commuter takes his or her chances being drawn into the wormhole of public transportation, an unhappy experience that I am pretty sure dragged me into the fifth dimension (not time, a dimension where only fear exists). More

News
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Pre-Bar Exam: Light Fare for Green Line Commuters and $3 Million From Leaf Lovers
News

The Ottowa gunman, Mayor Menino’s battle with cancer, and the death toll in Syria are all important news from this week that you should read up on and discuss over the first beer of the evening—but man, they do not make for great bar jokes. As the night wares on, the banter gets lighter, and you want to make jokes while seeming to know something about the world around you, stick with the classics: bros rioting, angry sculptors, and the ever-comical Green Line. More

Commentary
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How the B Line’s Flaws Made Me a Better, More Empathetic Person
Commentary

I’d argue there are few things funnier in life than the faces people make when a Green Line trolley on the dreaded B line, seemingly arbitrarily, decides to go express and pass them right by. Beneath furrowed brows, they look both exhausted and resigned. Protest and acceptance together create a sad state of equilibrium in their wrinkles. They are disappointment incarnate, watching their ride to work go on without them. You can almost feel their contempt through the windows. It’s probably raining out too. More

Boston
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Government Center Station is closing for 2 years. Here’s what you need to know.
Boston

Travelers beware! Tomorrow, March 22, Government Center Station will be closed for two years for some much needed renovations. This will suck, but not as much as you think. Besides, the station is in dire need of an upgrade, and the T stop’s $90 million facelift will make all of our lives easier, once it’s completed. Here is a list of everything you need to know about the project.

Blue and Green lines will pass through the station, but will not stop.

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