Eric Randall

Eric Randall

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Eric joined Boston's digital team in 2012 after getting his start in web journalism at The Atlantic Wire, a sister site to The Atlantic Magazine in Washington, D.C. He is a native of Hingham and a graduate of Yale University where he studied history, wrote for The Yale Daily News, and introduced west coast transplants to the wonders of Dunkin Donuts.

Eric Randall'S latest stories

Wahlburgers Loses an Emmy

The show just couldn't best high-stakes competition from The Deadliest Catch.

Can Our Phones Stop Us from Texting and Driving?

As the Mass. law turns four, tech is stepping in.

Throwback Thursday

The Liberty Tree is born.

Massachusetts Is for Lefties

One set of data suggests there are higher proportions of lefties in Massachusetts and Vermont than in any other states.

The Lyft Vs. Uber Wars Heat Up

The competition between the car-sharing services can get rough, but it gives riders more power.

Athens Isn't an Olympic Model

With Olympic infrastructure abandoned and in disrepair, Athens' Olympic experience isn't one for Boston to emulate as it mulls a bid.

Australian Newspaper Photoshops a Marathon Victim's Image

Not a smart move.

Throwback Thursday

It's the anniversary of the day Ted Williams spit at his fans. Twice.

'Hate Maps' Give Boston Some Life Force

They show the most hated sports teams by region and contain some good news for us.

The 'Redskins' Controversy is Back in Boston

With the Patriots facing the Washington team in preseason this week, the controversy around use of their name in the media grows.