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The (Fictional) Fable of Garoppolooza

Last week, it finally happened: A year and a half after the game in question, Tom Brady will accept his Deflategate suspension. The GOAT will plant his 38-year-old, […]

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Sneaker Wars: Converse vs. New Balance

Converse CEO Jim Calhoun has ignited an industry-wide battle royal. But is Boston’s coolest company shooting itself in the foot?

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Lawns, Liszt, and Lunch

You didn’t think picnicking at Tanglewood had anything to do with plastic baggies, white bread, and a pack of Oreos, did you?

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Game of Fear

Zoe Quinn’s ex-boyfriend was obsessed with destroying her reputation—and thousands of online strangers were eager to help.

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How Tests Are Failing Our Schools

The newly elected president of the state’s teachers union wants to abolish our reliance on standardized test scores. And she’s not backing down.

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Barry Hughson on His ‘Difficult’ Departure from Boston Ballet

Late last week, Boston Ballet’s executive director Barry Hughson announced his departure this January—during the midst of the Ballet’s globetrotting 50th anniversary season—to become executive […]

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The Rainmaker of the Boston Ballet Is Leaving

Two weeks after launching its 50th anniversary season, Boston Ballet announced that executive director Barry Hughson will leave in January to become the executive director […]

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What’s Next for Boston Ballet Director Mikko Nissinen?

As the Boston Ballet begins its 50th-anniversary season, the brilliant, controversial artistic director Mikko Nissinen has made the once-forlorn company the envy of the dance world. He’s also infuriated his critics, his funders, and many of his own dancers. So what’s next for one of the most creative—and confounding—minds in ballet?