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Won’t Anyone Think of the Children?

Since it worked so well with our magazine’s nuns and buns ad, the Herald decided to start a minor kerfuffle by finding two women who […]

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Mad Fan With a Cause Seeks $400 Billion

In the June 2008 issue of Boston magazine, we told you about Bart Steele, the Chelsea musician who believes Jersey rockers Bon Jovi stole his […]

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The Advantages of Pallin’ Around with Sal

Perhaps our plan to hustle and gamble our way through the economic crisis isn’t the best one. Instead of putting our capital toward scratch tickets […]

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What’s News

Your condensed guide to today’s daily papers. More trouble for Sovereign: Shares in Boston’s third-largest bank fell 28 percent yesterday. The bank says it will […]

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The Last Word

Your long day of corporate drudgery is over. Get out and enjoy the city! Here are a few ideas to get you started, lovingly picked […]

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Mike Ross for (City Council) President

When our MySpace friend and honorary Boston Daily blogger Mike Ross didn’t return our phone call this morning, we instantly assumed the future City Council […]

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Northeastern’s New Logo

Poor Northeastern. Its neighbors reacted to plans to build new dorms with the same degree of terror South Enders greeted the BU Biolab, and Boston […]

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Fuzzy Math from the Committee for Small Government

Perhaps it makes us lazy citizens, but when we received the Information for Voters guide from Secretary of State Bill Galvin, we tossed it directly […]

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Spanning the Web

Taking you around the Internet for your afternoon enjoyment. Manny Ramirez hates Boston so much, he’s leaving his stuff behind: The former Sox slugger is […]

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Red Sox Role Reversal

Congratulations, Red Sox fans. You are now the Evil Empire. As Steve Buckley points out in today’s Herald, the Tampa Bay Rays are now playing […]

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Are Female Voters Swayed by Their Daddy Issues?

John McCain is trying to woo me because I’m a white female voter. Many of my fellow Caucasian women have decided to support Barack Obama […]

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Bankers Need Shrinks

In the stock market crash of the 1920s, lore has it that bankers threw themselves off skyscrapers because they couldn’t handle the pressure. (That didn’t […]

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What’s News

Your condensed guide to today’s daily papers. Mo’ Nobel, mo’ problems: Woods Hole-based scientist Osamu Shimomura says winning the Nobel Prize for Chemistry has “ruined […]

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The Last Word

Your long day of corporate drudgery is over. Get out and enjoy the city! Here are a few ideas to get you started, lovingly picked […]

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Questions For. . . Nancy Kimelman

Both the headlines and our nightmares have been dominated by the ever-deepening financial crisis, but we’re still not sure what it all means. So we […]