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Restaurants Need An Extended Patio Season

The weather driven economic crisis slowly approaching is the reality that our beloved New England autumnal weather is also likely to mark the end of outdoor dining season. And with it the lifeline that thousands of restaurants across Boston have been holding on to in order survive just one more shift, one more week, one more month since May.

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One Last Time

We’ve officially reached the dog days of summer, which normally means final trips to the beach, going out for ice cream, or completing that outdoor adventure that eluded you all summer. This year, it means something else, too: a chance to say goodbye.

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A Poker Lesson

I just finished reading The Biggest Bluff by Psychologist (and poker player) Maria Konnikova, which explores the relationship between skill and luck in poker; but really is about decision making and human behavior generally.

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Update #14: It May Not Be Pretty

Every call or video chat we have these days, regardless of agenda, starts with a question directed at us that is something similar to: “So, before we jump in, what are you all seeing out there?” While the conversations that follow are never identical, our response these days typically convey the following…

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