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Dana White Brings UFC Back to TD Garden

Dana White’s visit to Boston this week will be very different from the last time he came to the city in 2013. “It will be […]

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Activists Shut Down Highway During ‘Black Lives Matter’ Protest

Activists locked to large, 1200-pound barrels filled with concrete blocked traffic on Interstate 93 early Thursday morning as part of a “Black Lives Matter” protest. […]

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MBTA to Meet With Universities About New Student ‘UPass’

College students taking the MBTA’s trains and buses in the Greater Boston area could soon have a new pass—embedded in their university ID cards—to help […]

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Lord of the Flies: Harvard Researcher Films Birth of Larvae From His Skin

Piotr Naskrecki isn’t kidding: once you see the time-lapse video he posted online of a parasite from Central America emerging from his forearm, you can’t scrub the images […]

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ParkBoston: Pay for Parking on Your Smartphone

When it comes to public parking in Boston, change is in the air. During his first-ever “State of the City” address on Tuesday night, which […]

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Watch Mayor Walsh’s ‘State of the City’ Address

Since only 2,500 people can cram into Symphony Hall Tuesday night to watch Mayor Marty Walsh deliver his first-ever “State of the City” address, officials […]

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Support Grows for Group ‘No Boston Olympics’

They don’t consider themselves naysayers or cynics, or even people who think that Boston is incapable of hosting the 2024 Summer Olympics. But they do […]

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Former Gov. Deval Patrick Will Be ‘Visiting Innovation Fellow’ at MIT

With his eight years in office behind him, former Governor Deval Patrick will take on a new role at MIT’s Innovation Initiative beginning in the […]

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Uber Shares Its Data with the City of Boston

While the city is still hammering out a set of regulations for ride-sharing services like Uber, the on-demand livery company and Mayor Marty Walsh’s administration […]

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New MassBike Executive Director Wants to ‘Humanize’ Cyclists

To Richard Fries, the worst phrase coined when thinking about ways to increase bike ridership statewide is one that comes from the film Field of Dreams, starring […]

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Daredevil Dylan Polin Does Flip Over Red Line Tracks

Been dreaming of this for years. Finally gapped the red line train tracks. Huge way to end 2014. Sorry for the potato quality but check […]

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Professors Want to Keep Robots from Getting Out of Control

Experts from around the country, including professors from Harvard University and MIT who study the future of Artificial Intelligence and its potential impacts on the […]

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Activists Plan to Protest Bill Cosby Performance at The Wilbur

Bill Cosby, who has been cast in a controversial spotlight over allegations that he sexually assaulted dozens of women throughout his Hollywood career, will be […]

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Rhode Island Wants to Link Up With the Commuter Rail

Rhode Island State Representative John J. Lombardi is looking to link up with the MBTA to launch a program to allow Rhode Island Public Transportation Authority […]

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Video Instructions for the 2015 ‘No Pants Subway Ride’

This weekend, James Cobalt will try to get people to take their pants off as fast as possible. The Boston SOS member, who has been […]