Those were the words of WRKO radio talk show host Jeff Kuhner, who bills himself as “Liberalism’s Worst Nightmare,” speaking in front of Newton’s Ed Center last night, according to this report from the TAB’s Julie Cohen.
Cohen’s story doesn’t say if Kuhner is a Newton resident and she didn’t interview or
The incoming Newton City Council is scheduled to elect its new president and vice president this Thursday (Dec. 14) at City Hall. As noted earlier, Susan Albright, Cheryl Lappin and Marc Laredo have expressed interest in being president. According to Amy Sangiolo’s fabulous newsletter Vicki Danberg and Rick Lipof are running
As we head into the final days before Tuesday’s election, I’d like to try something else we’ve never done here before.
Tell us which city council and school committee candidates you are excited about voting for on Nov. 7 and why. But don’t tell us about their opponents. We just want to hear about the folks you will be enthusiastically voting for. And please limit your comments here to just your preferred city council and school committee candidates, not the mayor’s race, not the charter.
*Comments about opponents, the mayoral race and the charter will be deleted no matter how brilliant or insightful. If you can’t say something nice, don’t say nothing at all. There are many other threads where you can express your angst or anything else.
Good luck and be kind.
Reporter Jenna Fisher tells the story on Patch this week about former TAB editor, Village 14 blogger and author Gail Spector’s decision to run for school committee:
Spector, a Newton Democrat who while she was editor for the TAB had to put her political leanings on hold for a couple years, said when she saw that Amy Masters a Chronicle producer was planning to
NewtonHighSchools.com is parent-led organization that advocates for healthy high school start times. We asked School Committee candidates in the four contested races to answer three multiple choice questions, while giving them the opportunity to comment.
As the author, my goal was to ask direct questions that the would not consume too much of the
School Committee candidate Cyrus Vagar is asking is fellow candidates to join him in calling for an independent study of drug use in Newton Public Schools.
SEPAC, the Newton Special Education Parents Advisory Council, recently surveyed the candidates for school committee and mayor.