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Boston Mayoral Candidates Let the Good Times Roll on Twitter

Dear Boston mayoral candidates: Please tweet better.

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Aqib Talib’s Checkered Histo—Wait, What a Great Training Camp

When the Patriots traded for stud cornerback Aqib Talib last year, they knew they were getting a guy with baggage. With an assist from the […]

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Q&A: Pedro Martínez

One of Boston’s most beloved athletes, he rejoined the Red Sox this season as a special assistant to general manager Ben Cherington.

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City Limits: Meet Boston’s 2013 Mayoral Candidates

As candidates scramble for votes in the first wide-open mayoral election in decades, a transformed Boston begins to emerge.

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A Brief History of David Ortiz Losing His Cool

Nobody uses landlines anymore, right? I’m pretty sure that’s where David Ortiz was coming from on Saturday night, when he suggested that the Red Sox […]

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Pedroia’s New Contract Is a Good Deal for the Red Sox

Before we get to discussing Dustin Pedroia’s reported new seven year, $100 million contract extension with the Red Sox, let’s please review this video of […]

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Is Mayor Menino Trying to Annex Everett?

If you’re like me, then you expect all local casino politics to be highly principled. All bidders for the state’s coveted gaming licenses will behave […]

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FAQ: Dzokhar Tsarnaev Manhunt Photos

Yesterday, we published a series of photos from the manhunt for and capture of alleged marathon bomber, Dzokhar Tsarnaev. Since then, we’ve received many questions […]

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Mayor Menino Is More Popular Than Kittens

The headline from last night’s Suffolk University/Boston Herald poll on the mayor’s race was, obviously, the results on the mayor’s race. But please allow me […]

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Aaron Hernandez Support Ranges from Dumb to Disturbing

Aaron Hernandez picked up some interesting support this weekend. First, there were the pictures of his old Florida teammates, Maurkice and Mike Pouncey (currently of the […]

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Boston’s Last Unsolved Mystery: Lucy the Cat

  Whitey’s in court. Tsarnaev’s in court, next door. They’ve got a bead on the Gardner heist. And—because why not?—there’s new evidence in the Boston Strangler case. Are […]

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What’s All This Goodwill We’re Feeling for John Lackey?

We know, there’s been a lot of sports news lately. If it wasn’t the Bruins in the Stanley Cup Finals, it was the Celtics blowing […]

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How Old Is Too Old To Own An Aaron Hernandez Jersey?

The Patriots made big news late last week when they announced that, this coming weekend, you can bring your #81 Aaron Hernandez jersey into the […]

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Goodbye, Paul Pierce

Sure, Tom Brady has won more championships. And Pedro was greater at his peak. But I’m not sure that there’s an athlete that’s meant more […]

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Q&A: Nat Faxon, Oscar-Winning Screenwriter of The Descendants and The Way, Way Back

He may have won an Oscar for The Descendants, but some of his best memories come from his childhood summers on Nantucket. He tries to capture that nostalgic feeling in his new film, The Way, Way Back.