Week In Review: April 18-22
Marathon Monday, Passover, tax deadlines, and easter this week, on top of Brookline news
- Marathon Monday was the last day of the federal tax deadline and kicked off Passover. One young man fell through a skylight while watching the Marathon, and survived the five-story fall. If you weren't running in the marathon, you could also answer the Moms Talk question about when it's cool to walk to school.
- State taxes were due Tuesday, and hopefully afterwards you had some money left over for Frugal Family's diamonds or dresses. We checked in with the top twenty marathoners in Brookline. Police also had their hands full with a disorderly man who had some creative additions to "America the Beautiful."
- On Wednesday, we met the Lawrence School Scrabble Team on their way back from the National Tournament. The warrants for the May Town Meeting were broken down into a simple guide. The Korean Church of Boston shone a light on North Korean Refugees in (the film) "Hiding."
- Thursday started with Earth Day suggestions, and later some simple tips for Earth improvement. Viewfinder focused in on tattoo parlors, and the Warriors were taken down by tough opponents BC High in Baseball.
- Earth Day itself was Friday, and a fitting time for Boston to announce itsbike sharing program. The Bounty Hunter also gave us some Earth Day thoughts, and some tips. A car ran off of Harvard Street and into a building. Boys Lacrosse took down Acton-Boxborough in overtime.