News

Find a Date with ‘Jess Meet Ken’

If you’re a guy looking for love this Valentine’s Day, you’ve got some options: Try and snag a girl with a tank of gas, flip […]

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Remembering Aaron Swartz’s Legacy

This past Saturday marked the one year anniversary of Aaron Swartz’s death, and while some commemorated the life of the internet activist by hacking an MIT […]

Weddings

Kaitlyn Chantry & Jason Luciana

June 22, 2013 Museum of Science Boston, Massachusetts When Kaitlyn Chantry signed on to direct the Longwood Players in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown […]

Weddings

Camille Curioso & Kevin Dutra

May 25, 2013 Private Residence Little Compton, RI Camille Curioso and Kevin Dutra entered the Rhode Island School of Design at the same time, but […]

News

Bob Swartz: Losing Aaron

After his son was arrested for downloading files at MIT, Bob Swartz did everything in his power to save him. He couldn’t. Now he wants the institute to own up to its part in Aaron’s death.

Wellness

Six Heroic Saves

For the victims of the marathon bombings, the process of healing isn’t merely physical—it’s emotional, too. And the bonds they forged with the doctors who treated them that fateful day have helped restore both mind and body.

News

Operation LIPSTICK Goes National

In the November issue, I wrote a piece about the local nonprofit Citizens For Safety’s innovative approach to stop gun trafficking. Their Operation LIPSTICK program, […]

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Peter Lynch Made Boatloads of Cash, and Now He Gives It Away

Peter Lynch loves a good baseball analogy. A great stock—a real winner—is known as a tenbagger when it makes 10 times its initial purchase price (or in […]

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The Boston Area Rape Crisis Center Just Turned 40

Four decades ago, victims of sexual assault had few, if any, options for support. Victims could speak out and risk being called promiscuous (or worse), […]

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How Marty Walsh Can Carry Mayor Menino’s Torch for Women

In his State of the City address this past January, an ebullient Tom Menino sauntered to the podium while the Kelly Clarkson anthem, “Stronger,” played […]

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Giving Up the Gun

In Boston’s most dangerous neighborhoods, criminals routinely use women to traffic and hide illegal guns. Can a new education campaign make a difference?

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Before and After: Boston’s Public School Playgrounds

As the magazine looked back on Mayor Menino’s legacy this month, we noted how the landscape of the city has changed over two decades. There […]

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Check Off Your Digital Bucket List with Achvr

Boston-based startup Achvr wants to help you to fulfill your destiny … or, at the very least, get you off your ass. The site and […]

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Reverend Eugene Rivers In Hot Water Over Voting Record

Reverend Eugene Rivers just doesn’t seem to get it: Walking the walk is just as important as talking the talk, particularly when it involves talking […]

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Armor All: New Body Armor Design Issued for Women in the Military

Building better gear for women warriors.