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Posted on 08/26/2011 4:00:20 PM PDT by ConservativeStatement
(FOX 25 / MyFoxBoston.com) - The death of a Milford man, allegedly at the hands of an illegal immigrant, is sparking a call for change, and now a top official in Worcester County is pointing the finger at Governor Patrick.
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Plans for Boston Tea Party Made at Green Dragon Tavern
Some patrons were women. A woman who considered herself a member of the elite social class might hesitate to enter a tavern. But other women did, including, of course, prostitutes. Mostly, however, taverns were gathering places for men, and mainly white men. Boston had regulations forbidding blacks, Indians and apprentices in taverns, according to Field.
Every night men, many men, all over Boston met in taverns to drink a rum toddy, to swap stories, to play whist or checkers or backgammon, to get out of the cold, to hear the latest news, to grumble, to boast, and maybe plan revolts. According to Forbes, the Green Dragon Tavern was where plans were worked out for the Boston Tea Party.
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Is “Custer’s” still out back in the Fens ?
Is that a bar? I don’t know the area that well.
Custer's Last Stand ... every Friday (or was is Saturday ... or both .. ???) ... they had old 3 Stooges, Little Rascals, Boston Blackie (local TV series), and others I can't remember.
I think pitchers were about a buck ... like I said ... if I was conscious.
I'm glad I survived, but damn ... there were some great times back then.
Ah, OK. I have heard Howie Carr rave about the “Boston Blackie” series but I am unfamiliar with it otherwise.
As if that's not a good thing!