Links from the web that we found relevant. They don't always represent our point of view, but they're interesting:
Everett Independent: Ending DACA Puts Hundreds of Everett Residents in Unknown Situation
Then last Tuesday came when President Donald Trump ended the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program with a six-month hiatus to allow Congress to act…
CityLab: High-Paying Jobs Alone Won't Save Big Cities
If cities are going to sell the farm to Amazon, then the proceeds better benefit the entire community, especially those who can easily be left behind.
Chelsea Record: Trump Sends DACA to Congress, Hundreds in Chelsea Vulnerable
Hundreds of young people and families in Chelsea were put on edge Tuesday when President Donald Trump announced he would end the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program – though with the caveat of keeping it intact for six months to allow Congress to attempt to enact a law.
Boston Globe: As building booms in Chelsea area, rabbis hope for Jewish renaissance
A century ago, the sight of Rabbi Sruli Baron walking through Chelsea in a yarmulke and tzitzit — fringes that symbolize religious obligations in Judaism — wouldn’t have been remarkable.
BuzzFeed: Here's Why People Were Mad When Apple Called Its Stores "Town Squares"
Championing urban, civic values in design — or at least rhetoric — is how the tech industry sells itself to the public.
CityLab: Broadband Is Largely Inaccessible to Those Who Need it Most
Because of high prices and low accessibility, poor and rural communities are the least likely to subscribe to high-speed internet.
99% Invisible: Speculative Urbanism: Must-Read Megacities of Science Fiction & Fantasy
Urban worldbuilding is at the heart a lot of speculative fiction classics.
Revere Journal: Council Approves NECCO Zoning Change
The city council has approved a zoning change for the NECCO property on American Legion Highway opening up the possibilities for hi-tech and robotics companies to be able to come to Revere.
WBUR: Mass. Lawmakers Hear Calls For A Higher Minimum Wage: $15 An Hour
Backers of a drive to gradually boost the state's minimum wage to $15 an hour told a legislative committee on Tuesday that many people who work full time at their jobs still live in poverty and struggle to support their families.