The Luckiest Kid in the World

It’s Friday, so Joe Buck only has one thing on his schedule. He just left Kinko’s, where he gets his gameday boards printed and bound. The boards are 11 inches wide and 17 inches long and spiral bound with opposing teams’ offenses and defenses on back-to-back pages. He’s spent a couple hours each of the … Continue reading The Luckiest Kid in the World

First-Time Voters Buoy Midterm Participation Numbers

BOSTON – The Fenway Community Center is packed. Voters are lined up from the check-in desk to the entrance – a glass door smattered with posters advertising events like the weekly vinyasa flow yoga class Wednesday evenings, a plant-based vegan potluck and a coming art gallery – about 15 feet away. Each of the 12 … Continue reading First-Time Voters Buoy Midterm Participation Numbers