4 Replies to “Tony at the Red Line Tap.”

  1. Hey Fred, I hope you get to read Garrison Keeler’s column today, and every Weds in the Tribune. Good stuff.

    Sent from my iPad


    1. Of the 51 metro areas with populations over 1 million, the Boston-Cambridge-Nashua area had the lowest unemployment, at 2.5%, the Labor Department said. Boston also had the biggest drop in unemployment last year, of 1.5 percentage points.

      Chicago-Naperville-Elgin and Birmingham-Hoover, Ala., tied for the worst, at 5.4%. The largest increase in unemployment was the Cleveland-Elyria area, which saw a 1.2 percentage point rise.

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