Our fourth candidate coffee discussion with Ed Deveau took place shortly before the Boston Storms. We talked about his past here in Eastie. Like many (if not all) of the candidates, Ed's resume is one that shows a deep, imbedded care for the resident
I sat down with Lou, at one of my favorite gathering holes, Americano Cafe, located at 155 Meridian st. Lou looked like, well a regular guy. From one military gent to another, it seemed that we knew each other all too well. Lou joined the military
Very recently I experienced something extraordinary! I was a time-traveler. The year- circa 1863. The place- 97 Orchard Street, Manhattan, NYC. I was a working-class immigrant from Poland. I faced challenges that the present me understands today.
Luis Bravo talking about his new Spanish language newspaper, at East Boston Social Center, focused solely on East Boston, Winthrop, Revere and Chelsea. To be launched in January. The (monthly) Newspaper is to be named El Heraldo Latino.