Eva Medoff

Person of Interest: Blending Talents

PATRONS OF SOUTH END HOT SPOT STELLA KNOW WILSON PARRY as the outgoing, slightly boyish bartender who pours a mean cantaloupe martini. But it turns out he’s as accomplished with a paintbrush as he is a cocktail shaker. Combining pop…

Import/Export: Gaining Focus

Growing up in a sheltered, Americanized household in 1970s Lebanon, Rania Matar knew little of the civil war raging outside, or even of the refugee camps located less than 10 minutes from her home. At age 20 she moved to…

Exhibit B: The Accent That Wouldn't Die

These days, speaking to someone with a real Boston accent is as rare an experience as finding a good lime rickey. Today, only about 15 percent of area residents still say "Hahvahd" without an ironic smirk—and many of those have…

Investigations: Boston.com Uses Its Noodle

AS CRISES GO, IT HAS TO RANK LOW on the list of those the Globe has faced this year. But considering that the Internet is, as they say, the future, hackers fiddling around with Boston.com isn’t exactly a matter to…

Exhibit B: Mi'kmaq for Bostonians

Bay Staters and members of the Mi’kmaq, an Indian tribe concentrated in Canada, have a long history. Back on July 19, 1776, Massachusetts Bay and Mi’kmaq leaders met to sign the Treaty of Watertown, our fledgling nation’s first military alliance….