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Sign of Spring: Hubway Will Reopen April 17

You know it’s spring when Boston’s streets start to show signs of green…metallic bike frames. That’s right: Hubway, the Boston-area bike-share network, will reopen for the […]

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At Bain, Deval Patrick Will Look for Investments with a Positive Social Impact

Governor Deval Patrick, who said since leaving office he planned to rejoin the private sector, has made it official, announcing Tuesday that he will sign on as […]

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Boston Wants a Tsarnaev Death Sentence Less Than the Rest of the Country

When Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s lawyers moved to have his trial relocated out of the Boston area, they argued that public sentiment was so set against him in […]

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Women’s Group Wants Uber, Lyft to Improve Background Checks

The Massachusetts Chapter of the National Organization for Women wants companies like Uber and Lyft to beef up their background checks on drivers. The group […]

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Man, Parking at Fenway Is a Disaster on Game Day

A new ordinance goes into effect Monday, a.k.a. opening day for the Red Sox at Fenway Park, that will nearly double the fine for parking in residential […]

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We Donated $13,513.50 in Loose Change to the TSA at Logan Airport in 2014

Few people love their experience with the Transportation Security Administration while passing through the nation’s airports, but hey, that’s no reason not to leave a tip. In […]

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Throwback Thursday: The Civil War’s End in Boston

Today marks the 150th anniversary of General Robert E. Lee’s surrender at Appomattox Courthouse, and with it, the end of the Civil War. What did that day […]

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Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s Sentencing Phase Will Look Like Another Trial

It was said many times this week that the rendering of a verdict in the Dzhokhar Tsarnaev trial would allow for “the real trial” or […]

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Barney Frank Still Hates ‘House of Cards’

Barney Frank hated the first season of Netflix’s “House of Cards” so much, he felt compelled to write an op-ed for the Portland Press Herald about it. […]

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The Tsarnaev Jurors Had Good Questions for the Judge

If there’s no difference between “aiding” and “abetting” a crime, why are the jurors in the trial of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev being asked to determine whether […]

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Governor Charlie Baker’s Hair: A Very Brief Retrospective

Charlie Baker’s head of hair, a fulsome collection of locks that oversaw its master’s rise to the governorship of Massachusetts, met its match today in […]

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Mitt Romney’s Bracket Crushed Your Bracket

With Duke’s victory over Wisconsin in the NCAA Championship Game, we can safely say that former governor Mitt Romney’s bracket absolutely ruined your bracket. Romney reportedly […]

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Bill Maher Enrages Bostonians and One Directioners All at Once

Bill Maher, Boston’s least-beloved late-night host, has stepped into it again with a joke comparing Zayn Malik, now an ex-member of boy band One Direction, to Boston […]

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Aaron Hernandez Might Actually Beat His Murder Charge

For nine long weeks, the prosecution made its case in the murder trial of Aaron Hernandez. His defense, meanwhile, is expected to take just one day. That discrepancy should by […]

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John Fish, Olympics Opposition, and Patriotism

John Fish, embattled leader of the effort to bring the 2024 Olympics to Boston, knows that his team needs to change the narrative in the face […]