Tag Archives: Boston Celtics

Calling Cedric Maxwell

I visited the TD Garden in Boston yesterday.  My occasional trips to Boston sometimes involve passing under the TD Garden, through North Station, but the last time I saw the Celtics play on the parquet was at the old Boston … Continue reading

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Mental Dental Floss

Things are not looking good in “Trophy Town” this week.  On Sunday, the Boston Red Sox were mathematically eliminated from post-season baseball play.  On the same day, the New England Patriots lost a game they should have won.  The National … Continue reading

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French Breakfast Radishes for Cedric Maxwell

After a remarkably novel NBA playoff run, Boston’s beloved Celtics were eliminated on Saturday night.  I jumped on the basketball bandwagon in March, mostly because I like talking basketball with my brother and my nephew.  I also enjoy listening to … Continue reading

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Cute Little Everything

I have a bad habit.  I use the word “little” to describe everything.  If I see a striking old house I’ll say “what a pretty little house” even though it’s at least 3,000 square feet.  I might see a plate … Continue reading

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Green(s) Day

Ladies and gentlemen, it is my sad duty to inform you that the Boston Celtics lost in game 2 of the NBA’s Eastern Conference Semifinals series last night.  This eliminates several interesting word plays using the words “green” and “greens.”  … Continue reading

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Friday Pillow Talk – Betsy Shags A Meatball

April is the busiest month in New England.   Everything happens at once and it reaches a point of mania just about now.  Tulips are coming up, forsythia are blooming, the ground is thawed and ready for working, and at least … Continue reading

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