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Jack’s Abby Brewing in Framingham is hosting a benefit to help support the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
On Saturday, Jack’s Abby will host the members of the Boston Marathon MS Team in a fundraiser to help them reach their goal of raising $12,000 in donation before next month’s race.
Along with a tasting of the beers, members of Jack’ s Abby and myself will be talking beer, taking questions and having fun.
The event is at 7:30 p.m. at the brewery, 81 Morton St., Framingham. It will cost you a $20 donation to attend.
To RSVP and for more information, email Julie Tambascio and email@example.com.
Hope to see some of you there.
Last year, much of the mainstream media were willing to dismiss Paul Ryan’s flip-flop from his previous position on Medicare cuts as mere campaign rhetoric calculated to make President Obama look bad among seniors.
But now Ryan has flipped back again on that issue, and the acrobatics seem to be hurting him, as Noam Scheiber EXPLAINS:
The problem with Ryans new budgetin which he reverts to his pre-campaign position on Medicare cuts is that it more or less concedes the whole campaign, with its righteous defense of Medicare, was a charade. Among the Washington press corps, this is ...
I, for one, think THIS is good news:
Chris Hayes [above] will take over the 8 p.m. [Eastern] time slot on MSNBC in the next month, the channel announced on Thursday morning, the day after the current host of that hour, Ed Schultz, said he was moving from the weekdays to the weekends.
Mr. Hayes, a liberal intellectual who has hosted a well-regarded weekend morning program on MSNBC for the past 18 months, is a protégé of Rachel Maddow, the highest-rated host on the channel. On April 1 he will become the lead-in for her 9 p.m. program, The Rachel ...
The only regrettable part of THIS STORY about Dianne Feinstein and Ted Cruz are these two paragraphs:
After the vote, Feinstein made nice.
“Senator, I want to apologize to you, you sort of got my dander up,” she said....