The Callie Crossley Show 8/26/10
Vigilantes: From local citizens taking matters into their own hands to superheroes on the big screen, we're devoting the hour to celebrating the quests and achievements of vigilantes.
The Great Typo Hunt: Boston natives Jeff Deck and Ben Herson traveled across the country in search of typos. Armed with chalk, markers, and white-out, they made the country's signs more grammar-friendly.
Trashy Boston: Naomi Paul, Co-Chair of North End Waterfront Resident Association (NEWRA) Clean Streets Committee, wouldn't stand for a dirty neighborhood, and rallied citizens to take ownership of their trash.
Saving A Bus Route: Cynthia Gonnerman, a blind resident of Tilton, New Hampshire, lobbied the Department of Transportation preserve her bus route.
Bicycle Lane Blues: Eric Berger, a resident of Arlington, MA, has spent over 40,000 of his own money to prevent Boston from narrowing a portion of Massachusetts Avenue to make room for a bike lane.
Vigilante Films: Our film contributor Garen Daly gives us the highlights in vigilante films, and what it takes for a vigilante's story to pass Hollywood standards.