(AP Photo/Steven Senne, File)BOSTON Attorney General and Democratic gubernatorial candidate picked up the endorsement of Taunton Mayor Tom Hoye on Tuesday.” has been a champion for working families inTaunton and is an effective manager who knows how to partner with cities and towns to solve our toughest challenges,” said Hoye in a statement.Hoye is the second South Coast mayor to endorse Coakley. Fall River Mayor Will Flanagan endorsed Coakley in June.Boston Magazine David Bernstein notes in a Tuesday post that not many big city mayors in Massachusetts have endorsed in the gubernatorial race, making the endorsements of Hoye and Flanagan particularly valuable.Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh has stayed out of the governor race though he did have kind words for Republican candidate Charlie Baker during a recent appearance on WBZ Nightside.
In 1840, a man called John Bidwell founded the ‘Western Emigration Society’ and announced he intended to lead a large wagon train from the Missouri River to California. The idea set well with the locals and in no time he had a list of about 500 names. However, the idea didn’t appeal to Missouri shopkeepers.
SEE ALSO: Why the ‘Office Ladies’ podcast is worth your timeWithin minutes of Krasinski’s tweet, followers began rapidly spreading the word about the actor’s call for Family Reach donations. While his campaign was spreading by virtual word of mouth, the actor decided to put in some extra effort and call on famous pals like Ryan Reynolds, Jimmy Kimmel, Chris Evans, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, and more to open up their hearts and “cyber wallets,” too. Other noteworthy names, like Malala and Reese Witherspoon, joined in John’s quest to raise money and spread awareness, and now his original tweet has nearly 100,000 likes..
He heard a young girl cheering, at which point her father yelled: “She reckons you get it!” “I just said to him I hope she right, and if she right I give her a high five Roberts said. True to form Roberts nailed the shot at goal and ran over to the fence to give the girl and her little brother a high five. “For the rest of the game I could hear them screaming out 21 Roberts said.
This week marks the 30th anniversary of the 1990 premiere of Brian Friel Dancing at Lughnasa, Friel most successful play and a cornerstone of modern Irish theatre. It was produced by the Abbey Theatre, directed by Patrick Mason and designed by Joe Vanek, with his iconic fields of golden wheat creating an enduring visual imprint. The play won an Olivier Award and a Tony Award.