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I miss Boston so much and want to get back there someday.
I’m blessed to see another day. For something like that, with any strenuous activity, the tissue could rupture. Could have died, quite frankly. I’m grateful to the doctors in Boston that detected the aneurysm.
If Boston charters can be stymied despite their extraordinary success, charters anywhere can be stopped.
I didn’t grow up in public life. I lived with my mother in Boston, not in Washington, DC, so I was somewhat sheltered from that.
I studied acting at Boston University. I was in the theater department there. Somewhere in there I decided that wasn’t what I was going to do and I went to the B.F.A. film program at N.Y.U.
I freelanced for the ‘Boston Phoenix.’
I didn’t watch much television growing up, and before I did ‘Boston Legal,’ I had no understanding of what it was like for a viewer to look forward to finding out what was going to happen the next week.
I was born in Boston, Massachusetts on May 16, 1923, the only child of Joel and Sylvia Miller.
I can remember back as far as age 8, performing with the Boston Folk Song Society. It was a Woody Guthrie song.
Venture capital today is clustered in just a few locations – Silicon Valley, New York, Boston, and D.C. It’s far from efficiently distributed and accessible.
As a U.S. History major, there is something very cool about being in cities, and walking the streets of Philadelphia or Boston or New York and seeing historical sites.
I am a real New Yorker… I didn’t go to Harvard, I didn’t go to Yale… I rooted for the Yankees; I didn’t root for the Boston Red Sox.
The Boston College community took a personal interest in my success, not only as a student but as a human being.
When I was in Boston, I averaged 14 a game.
Boston will always have a place in my heart. I’ll always call Boston home, regardless of what city I’m living in or what team I’m playing for.
It’s an interesting dynamic living in New York in general as a Boston fan. It’s kind of fun that way. It’s fun to be the contrarian when everyone hates you as long as your team is winning.
I love Boston. I love the city. I think we have the best fans in the world.
There were high school coaches such as Charles Boston that took me under his wing and taught me the fundamentals of football. And when I went to college there was Robert Hill who took me there and he showed me what hard work and determination would do if you put forth the effort and you take a little time.
It’s very exciting to have a festival in the heart of Boston. It’s an amazing experience to be in a city and to be able to walk in and out of a festival. I think that’s part of what’s going to make Boston Calling really special.
When my mom and dad got married, they lived in south Boston, which is where the first six of my brothers were born. After that, they moved to Minnesota, which is where the other five of us were born. So there’s 11 of us.
The refurbishing and rebuilding of Fenway Park since 2001 has created a new urban neighborhood in Boston.
I was born in Boston.
The next time you’re driving from New York to Boston on I-95, you should make a little detour in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, to visit the Old Slater Mill national historic landmark. It’s the site of what is considered to be the first successful water-powered textile spinning mill in America.
In Boston serpents whistle at the cold.
I grew up in Boston, so it’s a nice change to be cold after living in California.
Boston must take every opportunity to move toward transparent, accountable, equitable development for public health and shared prosperity. That starts with using our votes and our voices to fight for a development approvals process that serves our communities.
The one thing I try to do with my business in real estate is try to be as creative as I can, think outside of the box and take advantage of the fortunate platform that I have, and the network I can grow within the city of Milwaukee via the Bucks, or within the Notre Dame network, or being from Boston.
I’m from Boston, and I’m hard-headed, opinionated and a good arguer.
I call Boston home because it’s where I started coming into my own.
I started freelancing for Serious Eats while I was still living in Boston. I was born there, grew up in New York City, but went back to Boston for school, and then I lived in Boston for about ten years.
My most memorable moment came in 1985 as we beat the Boston Celtics.
Barack Obama and Kay Hagan think that the minimum wage needs to be the same in the mountains of North Carolina and in the city of Boston – it makes no sense to me.
Personal honors never meant much to Bill Russell, one of America’s most successful athletes with 2 college titles, 1 Olympic gold medal and 11 – count ’em, 11 – N.B.A. championships with the Boston Celtics.
It’s nice to be back in front of the fans and being in Boston.
I love Boston, and Boston loves me.
Strangely enough, my favorite airport is Logan Airport in Boston – but largely for sentimental reasons. My first real summer job was working as a journeyman for the airport’s resident maintenance crew – a small army of union electricians, plumbers, and carpenters.
Playing in New England and the Boston area, the fans are so passionate about their sports if you don’t play well, they’ll let you know so I know it’s not something that they take lightly.
Pretty excited to get to Boston. Great city and great team; they’re in the race. They want to win here, and that’s what I want to do.
I’m from outside of Boston, and in Boston, people are so passionate about their Irishness.
I’m a big tradition guy. If you love this country and study history, then you will love Boston.
I was going to be a teacher. I was applying to graduate school when I got the call to do ‘Same Love,’ actually. I was gonna go to Boston University for my masters in teaching.
I went to Wellesley College, and it was really hard for me to get a job after I graduated. I would go into places where I would not see any black people at all in Boston – like, zero. And then in publishing in New York City, it was pretty much the same. I knew that it wasn’t about the value of my work.
I put more pressure on me than anyone else in Boston or on Team Canada.
Nobody loves the Boston Marathon as much as the people who make fun of it year after year. This was the race that previously offered as a prize a not particularly expensive medal, a laurel wreath, and a bowl of beef stew. This was the race that, on one memorable occasion, nobody knew who actually won.
I love Boston, and at some point, my plan is to have a home back there.
I knew I had to get out of Boston and stop making movies there, at least for one movie, otherwise no one would ever consider me for a movie that took place south of Providence.
I want to be in Boston. I want to be here. I love this city, I love this team. I love the atmosphere it gives off.
At one point, I was hell-bent on being a Disney animator, and sort of got over that in college and wanted to do my own stuff. You know, towards the end of college I had actually planned to go to the Boston Conservatory of Music for musical theater.
I went to Acton-Boxborough Regional High School in Massachusetts and Emerson College in Boston.
There’s a lot of history in Boston and a lot of history, obviously, in New York with all the championships.
While awaiting deportation proceedings, my parents remained in detention near Boston, so I could visit them. They would have liked to fight deportation, but without a lawyer and an immigration system that rarely gives judges the discretion to allow families to stay together, they never had a chance.
I can’t say Boston is ‘home-home.’ It’s definitely a place I’m growing accustomed to. It’s such a great sports town.
The more disgruntled the white people are, the happier they are to see me, that has to be it. I do really well in Boston, I do really well in Cleveland, I do really well in Philly, Jersey, certain parts of Florida. Places where there are really really aggressive white people tend to love me.
I remember when the photograph was taken. The famous one, I mean. The one of me being rushed from the Boston Marathon bombing without my legs.
In the 1990s, we introduced Boston’s community policing strategy. We reversed the tide of violent crime that threatened our city, and we established a national model for preventing and fighting crime.
I rooted for all types of Boston sports.
Boston fans are pretty tough.
I don’t know why people always think of the Kennedys as a Boston family.
I grew up in the Boston suburbs and inherited a stubborn New England refusal to acknowledge frigid temperatures.
I’d been politically active ever since my parents wheeled me in a stroller in a ‘ban the bomb’ march in Boston in 1963.
My parents came here from Colombia during a time of great instability there. Escaping a dire economic situation at home, they moved to New Jersey, where they had friends and family, seeking a better life, and then moved to Boston after I was born.
Well, when I moved to L.A. at 17, I had just come out of high school. I grew up and went to public school in Boston.
The Boston run of ‘Lolita, My Love’ ended after a mere nine performances – though one of them was recorded at decent enough quality to be preserved by the New York Public Library.
No one was more surprised that that first Boston record took off than the record company itself.
When you go to the big city – you’re in New York, Boston, you’re in L.A. – you walk in the streets, and nobody says anything to you. It becomes so impersonal because there’s so many people.
I went to Harvard College, grew up in Boston, and went to high school in Boston.
I grew up in a city – it’s called Lawrence, Massachusetts. It’s about half an hour north of Boston. When my parents got divorced, I moved to New Hampshire because my father worked up there.
All my family’s from Boston.
I know that Boston is one of the great centers of intellectual culture as well as sport. It’s one of the centers of America, with a great orchestra, great sports, great hospitals, and great universities.
Medical knowledge and technical savvy are biodegradable. The sort of medicine that was practiced in Boston or New York or Atlanta fifty years ago would be as strange to a medical student or intern today as the ceremonial dance of a !Kung San tribe would seem to a rock festival audience in Hackensack.
We don’t have a full black community in Boston. Our people are scattered. There’s a middle class where I live in Highland Park but it’s not like a piece of Washington or Chicago.
It’s all about hustling, whether it’s in Boston or the film industry. I’ve been hustling my entire life – acting my way into trouble and acting my way back out again. I’m just fortunate to have had the opportunity to apply it in a different direction.
I am not interesting in making money. I go to the most expensive restaurant in Boston to have dinner. It is where billionaires come to eat. Even if I become richer, I will still have to go there to eat. After some time, money doesn’t make a difference.
I love the Prado in Madrid. The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston is also great.
Sometimes you just don’t feel the same everyday, it doesn’t matter what you do, but when you have people looking forward to seeing you perform for them, that puts you in the mood, and that’s natural in Boston. That’s why it’s such a special place to play.
New York is about success. Boston is about resentment.
2004 was a great year for Boston! The Patriots won the Super Bowl! Boston hosted its first national political convention! And – the Red Sox won the World Series!
People would tell us, ‘I love your company, but I want to go to Chicago or Boston or New York.’
I’ve got two dogs; they’re Boston terriers, and they’re allowed everywhere.
Remember, the Boston bombers were Chechen rebels.
I interned at NBC News and had a great experience there in both New York City and Washington. After graduating, I got an entry-level production job at PBS in Boston. There, I developed the bug for programming and production.
It was tough leaving Boston with a great city, a great organization and a great bunch of guys.
Oh, man, the first concert I ever went to was Boston and Sammy Hagar, and it was absolutely incredible. I was just blown away by both bands, and, once again, it was my first concert, so that made it super, super special.
You know, Boston people are full of sauce.
I love Boston. I love Fenway Park. I love Red Sox history. But in no way am I a Red Sox fan.
Here’s the thing: I had never been to Boston, my whole life. Probably because I’m a Yankee fan.
I think it’s very important to be part of the Boston society and the people who live in Boston.
I love Boston.
When you went into a Boston Chicken and ordered quarter-chicken, white, with mash and corn, when that was rung up, that would signal all the way along the supply chain the need for more potatoes to be put on a truck a thousand miles away.
I grew up in Boston in a very, very, very Marine town. So back in my neighborhood in Boston, a working-class neighborhood, when you got your draft notice, you went down, and you took your draft physical. And then, if you passed it, you joined the Marine Corps.
I found a place in Boston, a home in Boston, and I’m pretty happy here.
I adored Boston, and I loved school there.
Since I do not believe that there should be different recommendations for people living in the Bronx and people living in Manhattan, I am uncomfortable making different recommendations for my patients in Boston and in Haiti.
Probably the biggest thing that surprises people is that I am obsessed with hockey. I grew up in the Boston area so I am obsessed with hockey since I was a little kid.
Five days after the Tsarnaev brothers blew up Boston’s most sacred event, and just 24 hours after one brother was killed and the other was caught, everyone decided that it was OK to play baseball at Fenway again. The game happened on a Saturday afternoon, preceded by an emotional ceremony and many prayers.
Boston was a good situation for me, but I think it was over time they were able to understand what they had.
The Safe Drinking Water Act was passed in 1974 after tests discovered carcinogens, lead and dangerous bacteria flowing from faucets in New Orleans, Pittsburgh and Boston and elsewhere.
Boston is the cream of the crop of the marathon world. It has such history that you feel such honor just being a part of it. All the other races have pacers to get you to a Boston qualifying time.
In Boston they have gone from large autonomous high schools to smaller schools within the same building.
When the Red Sox spent $300million on Adrian Gonzalez and Carl Crawford, Liverpool fans were irate. It actually should have been Boston fans.
Even throughout college and post-college, I’ve always been incredibly hyperactive. Even at Boston College, I was involved in so many different organizations and initiatives.
I felt I was never going to beat Igor Ter-Ovanesyan or Ralph Boston because they were the joint world record holders.
Boston is just a great place to be from.
Boston and America is really resilient.
I’ve lived in Boston.
This is a bad day for Boston, but I think if we pull together we’ll get through it.
My time in Boston was great.
The energy from the fans in Boston is always something we can count on for support.
We want Boston to be the safest bicycling city.
I always figured Metropolis was north of New York, actually. Between New York and Boston, in my mind.
I became an American on Nov. 4, 2010, at an elegant ceremony in Great Hall of Bullfinch’s Faneuil Hall, Boston, beneath a vast painting of Daniel Webster debating the preservation of the Union with Robert Hayne of South Carolina, before the Civil War.
Boston is awesome, man. It’s a rush to go out there and perform.
I grew up a Red Sox fan. I grew up going to Fenway Park and the Museum of Fine Arts and the Science Museum and Symphony Hall and going to the Common, walking around. My whole family at different times lived and worked in Boston.
In my freshman year in high school, I went to the only public high school in Boston with a theatre program.
My folks came to U.S. as immigrants, aliens, and became citizens. I was born in Boston, a citizen, went to Hollywood and became an alien.
I don’t really know any people from Boston.
I ran track in high school very competitively, and then ran it D-1 at Boston University. I ran there on an athletic scholarship and chose BU because they had both a good track program and an arts program.
A great deal of my comedy comes from the trials and tribulations of growing up a big kid in the Boston area.
Boston is known for its innovation.
The Boston Globe‘s award-winning journalism as well as its rich history and tradition of excellence have established it as one of the most well-respected media companies in the country.
I don’t know if I could go to another run-of-the-mill baseball department and work because it would probably feel like work. In Boston and Chicago, it doesn’t feel like work. It feels like a privilege.
I’d never really experienced the West before moving to Colorado. The East Coast, where I grew up, has a lot of big cities, like Boston and New York, and is more densely populated, and I instantly fell in love with the big open spaces of the West, where you can see not just for a few miles but for a few hundred miles.
I quit law school in 1990 and started doing stand up in Boston.
To support myself as a kid, I was a model at art schools around Boston.
We thought I was going to go to Boston at 14, and then Miami took me at 13. So I got blessed to come here, instead of there.
I love everything about Boston. The women are phenomenal, they’re all dirty. It’s just a really great place to do comedy.
If somebody says Kyrie Irving wants the Boston Celtics to win the championship without him, they’re flat-out lying to you.
In other places, especially in Boston, it’s like a place where comedy gestates. People come out of there that are fantastic, but you have to come to New York or L.A. to quote unquote ‘make it.’
Boston is the first major city I ever lived in. I spent eight great years there and I grew up there. I wouldn’t change it for anything.
I was born in Ann Arbor. I lived for a while in Ohio; Pennsylvania, California for 10 years, and now in Boston. And I lived in Iowa for a couple of years, where I studied at the Writers Workshop.
I didnt travel properly until the year before university when I went backpacking around the US, circling around from New York up to Boston, then travelling on the Canadian Pacific Railway to Montreal and going down the west coast of America.
My mum is very political – left wing – and my dad was in the advertising business. They were both from the East Coast: Boston and New York City, respectively.
Boston is really a small town, and the pro sports here are almost like a college sport.
When I grew up as a kid, a part of my life – I grew up in Boston near Revere Beach, at my grandma‘s, and she would take me to the beach.
To a bookish boy in a Boston suburb in the mid-1970s, the lyrics of Cole Porter came as something of a revelation.
While most Americans know about the Boston Tea Party, few are aware of the Liberty Tree and how important it was to fanning the flames of rebellion that led to the revolution in 1775 and the Declaration of Independence.
Every kid who just played basketball knew about the Boston Celtics. They’re one of the few teams who were always on national TV along with the Lakers.
Boston is an unbelievable city, and for any athlete looking to become involved in the community, this is the perfect place.
Certainly, the situation I was in with Boston, we had a lot of great players.
I was born in Boston, and when I was two and a half, my parents moved to Minneapolis. And then from there, when I was five, we moved back to Portugal. But before that, a lot of family members had come to visit us, and we had been back to Portugal many times because my whole family lived there.
The first time that I ever saw Babe Ruth was in the Boston Red Sox clubhouse.
I think I am a smart aleck because I grew up close enough to Boston, and most people from Massachusetts talk fast, and I have a little bit of a wiseacre, and I think I’m a little bit like that.
I think there are four or five interesting pockets where a lot of cool technology companies are getting started. Chicago is one of them. New York is certainly another. Silicon Valley really dominates. And you’re seeing some stuff out of Boston and Seattle and down South.
Obviously, New York and Boston and Los Angeles have pretty vibrant entrepreneurial scenes.
Hockey is definitely a huge sport in Boston.
Our favorite teams bring people together, keep family members close, bond people from different generations. Some of the happiest moments of my life involve something that happened with one of my teams. Some of the best relationships I ever had were with Boston athletes that I never even met.
For me, there is a strong family connection to Boston and anything connected to Boston, which includes Fenway.
The City of Boston and the T need each other. From designating bus-only lanes to implementing transit signal priority, the MBTA and Boston Transportation Department must work together like never before to unclog roads and keep riders on buses and the Green Line moving – for the health of the entire region.
Tom Brady is aspirational. He married a supermodel. He’s creating a global brand. He has houses in Costa Rica, Montana. Tom’s always been about growth and evolving. That’s not Boston.
I grew up outside Cleveland, Ohio, and I went to college at Boston University. I majored in film. Then I came out to Los Angeles.
I lived to play basketball. Growing up as a kid, Bill Russell and the Boston Celtics were my favorite team. The way they played, the teamwork, the sacrifice, the commitment, the joy, the camaraderie, the relationship with the fans.
Marathon Day in Boston and all of Massachusetts, it’s Patriot‘s Day, and it’s a big celebration for us. It’s a day when we’re kind of the whole world’s city there.
Growing up, I think I was arrested 20-odd times by the Boston police. The good news is that I’ve been able to use those experiences in a lot of my roles, and that has been a blessing.
That’s one of the reasons I decided to come to Boston – to contend and win a championship, especially with the history of the Celtics and what they stand for.
There isn’t much discussion of ruling class in America even in Boston, probably one of the most class-conscious cities in the country?
Growing up, my parents loved Bon Jovi and Boston and Rush and all that, but it wasn’t really connecting with me. I was still in my boy-band phase – Backstreet Boys for life!