James Aloisi

Guest Contributor

Stories by James Aloisi

A double-standard on Martha Coakley

Let’s stop talking about her loss to Brown

Battle of the blands

But Coakley, Baker may be good for us

The AG curse

Can Martha Coakley rise above her current office?

A can-do attitude

A recounting of the race to build the nation’s first subway is as much about American bravado as it is about a transformative transportation project.

Louise Day Hicks: ‘You know where I stand’

Split field allows Kevin White to become Hicks alternative

Collins and Logue: a formidable team

The BRA’s beginnings, the Pru, and Government Center

Coming from nowhere, Collins beats Powers

The hint of corruption, ’21 Quiz Show’ pivotal

A look at the BRA and city building

By and large, the Seaport District lacks distinction

The New Boston was a mix of good and bad

The concept of razing a city to save it

The first mayor of the new Boston

John Hynes ousts James Michael Curley

The mayor of the poor

For better or worse, James Michael Curley defined Boston in the early half of the 20th century

A can-do attitude

A recounting of the race to build the nation’s first subway is as much about American bravado as it is about a transformative transportation project.

Fitting the Boston mayoral race into an historical context

Boston at the close of the Menino era finds itself with a surfeit of candidates and a dearth of critical issues