As a player, an offensive lineman, Bill Adams was “that faceless piece of the puzzle.” As a football coach at Lynnfield High School, he was far from faceless. He was out front and was everything that a coach should be.
Dr. Don Feldman and technician, Natalia Munera, work on patient Alex Moya.
By Stacey Marcus
There is nothing I like more than a genuine nice person who tells it like it is, which is precisely why I fell in love with Dr. Donald Feldman the minute we began our conversation. The Lynnfield resident, whose business Feldman Orthodontics has been in Lynn since 1973, was quick to proclaim his Revere heritage.
Christine Dwyer in full character as Elphaba in “Wicked.”
By Rich Fahey
If you want to see the real Christine Dwyer, don’t tune in when she’s on TV.
“Every time I’ve been on TV, I’ve been green,” she laughed, including her appearance as Elphaba performing “For Good” on the 2014 Tony Awards, where she met Idina Menzel, the actress who originated the role on Broadway.
At 11:45 a.m. on a Friday, the food court at the Square One Mall in Saugus was quiet. Approximately two dozen tables sat unoccupied, and only the occasional passerby frequented the aisles between stores.
Massachusetts has an official state berry, the cranberry; an official state dessert, the Boston cream pie; and, even an official state bean, the baked navy bean. While these delicacies may have gained official status in representing the Commonwealth, everyone knows the designated sandwich of choice for carnivores residing north of the Tobin is: the beef, served “three-way” style.