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Ramuel M. Raagas January 28, 2014 at 03:47 am
I work on Saturdays.
Lori S January 28, 2014 at 10:24 am
WONDERFUL. My Husband & I really enjoyed the festival when we went in 2012. We were disappointedRead More that it wasn't held at Shoppers World last year. We would of went to the festival in Natick, but hard to park and too much hassle. WELCOME BACK TO FRAMINGHAM FOOD TRUCK FESTIVAL!!!!
mostmoderateD January 28, 2014 at 05:31 pm
Natick says free parking on the weekends but they have been known to ticket you anyways....
Credit: BeyonceVEVO
Rene Knox January 2, 2014 at 08:05 am
Oh please!! Get over yourselves most of you don't even listen to her music and probably have notRead More heard the song. No Big Deal!! Go one Lady Bey!!!
Myles Wallace January 2, 2014 at 09:19 am
Very, very, very insensitive!
Michele January 2, 2014 at 12:47 pm
TOTALLY HIDEOUS! More proof that the music industry thinks they are above common sense and will stopRead More at nothing to sell a banal love song. My heart goes out to Challenger's surviving family members who hear this song.
Monday night, Nov. 18 Joe Wiegand, dressed and acting as President Theodore Roosevelt entertained a standing room only crowd at the main Framingham Public Library.
Ron Mourant November 19, 2013 at 07:51 am
Thanks to the Friends of the Framingham Library for their help in sponsoring this on. Thanks toRead More Patch for your excellent coverage.
Vince Vaughn was in Framingham today filming scenes for the Hollywood movie The Business Trip. Credit: Cummings Photography for Framingham Patch
Susan Petroni (Editor) January 8, 2014 at 05:11 pm
The principal announced the filming to the parents. The public school also chose to allow filmingRead More while students were in the school and made a profit to do so.
TLD January 8, 2014 at 07:30 pm
The announcement was irrelevant to the concern, which was that it appeared Patch was protective of aRead More single resident, but not of 400 minors. Whether or not they profited is also irrelevant. Does that give license to invite a potential mob to a school to watch for movie stars? I'm simply saying the same rules apply, protect both, or protect neither.
Susan Petroni (Editor) January 8, 2014 at 08:05 pm
We are going to disagree .... but there is a difference between the rights of a private individualRead More and a public school. The same way that we all know what a public employee makes and not what every resident in town earns. The public elementary school made the decision to sell itself to Hollywood that was news, what an individual does is their private right. If a child was hurt during the filming by tripping over a wire and broke their arm, the school (and in essence taxpayers) would be responsible. As opposed to if the homeowners tripped over a wire, they would do so at their own risk and pay the expense themselves. Plus, the filming was all inside at the school, and mobs would not be allowed inside the schools. There is security at Dunning (and all schools), and everyone has to be buzzed in. Any rules do not apply to everyone equally. There is always a choice. Just as the Dunning principal made a choice to allow the filming to take place on a school day as opposed to a Saturday or Sunday.
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