When the admirable Houston Antwine quietly departed this mortal coil the other day some strong and sweet memories of the way the game used to be were stirred among those of us privileged to have been around when the American Football League was winning... Read more
The newly-minted Dorchester Boxing Club is tucked away inside a concrete building on the short end of Parkman Street, just off the busy intersection of Neponset Avenue and Adams Street. The gym’s occupants put their work in behind a garage door of the... Read more
If you’ve started to notice more and more neighbors walking around Adams Corner sporting the distinctive red jerseys of the Chicago Blackhawks this week, there’s a very good reason for the otherwise treasonous offense: Dot’s own Jimmy Hayes made his... Read more
At the end of March on the eve of the 2011 baseball season, 36 of the game’s certified “experts” submitted their predictions about how the season would go and who would emerge triumphant. Banal as the exercise may be, it’s a custom as ingrained as the... Read more
For those who have been ranting and raving about this subject for about four decades, this ought to amount to some sort of moment of redemption.
The lid is off. The truth is beyond dispute. No one with sense enough to come in out of the rain... Read more
The 16-team Safe Summer Streets Basketball League concluded play in late August with the championship games for all three divisions of play. In the 4-team Girls division the Lady Thunder defeated the Lady Cavs in the first of two semi-final games, 59-... Read more
After being closed for more than one year, the Mattahunt... Read more