I saw an ad on the T recently declaring, “If you wanted to overpay for everything, you would live in New York.” As a Bostonian, it made me wonder, is New York really that much more expensive than Boston? Am
Though New York City is said to have the best public transportation system in the country, I do believe Boston has a leg up in one area. In Boston, we allow our favorite, fuzzy, four-legged creatures to ride with us
Think about the Jetsons and their flying cars and Star Trek with the transporters (“beam me up, Scotty” anyone?). That futuristic technology feels lightyears away, but thanks to innovators like Elon Musk, the future is now.
One of the big reasons I moved to Boston was to have easy access to all of the places I might need to go on any given day. During both childhood and college, I was “city-adjacent” – there was shopping/food/industry
One of my aims for this year is to purchase a real, functioning, city-appropriate bicycle that can provide both quick summertime commutes and a safe means of transportation for the 12-mile biking component of a sprint triathlon (whoever said 12
In much the same way that your choice of pet speaks volumes about you as a person, so does your choice of transportation. Normal people walk, people with a death wish ride bicycles through city streets, weirdos ride Segways without