After 17 seasons conducting the Boston Pops, Keith Lockhart is as much a part of the Fourth of July around here as Sam or John Adams. (Okay, not quite, but it seems that way!)
The National Baseball Hall of Fame president talks Fenway Park, Curt Schilling’s bloody sock, and more.
The Dancing with the Stars celeb talks broken ribs, WrestleMania, and Bill Belichick.
How Rajon Rondo’s older brother moved to Boston and became the NBA’s go-to guy.
[sidebar]BASEBALL IS DIFFERENT. It’s a strange, weird world with its own social structures and habits of business. It’s a place where overweight pitchers, instead of humbly copping to indulging in midgame fried-chicken banquets, bellyache about clubhouse snitches (ahem, Mr. Beckett)….
The new manager of the Red Sox is brash, opinionated….and about to make them a hell of a lot more interesting, whether you like it or not.
The Saturday Night Live writer on joke etiquette, the Red Sox, and why it’s so hard to make fun of Mitt Romney.
If half of what happens in Scituate native Nick Flynn’s memoir took place in a novel, you wouldn’t buy it.
It’s the high-stakes, high-roller tug of war to build the Boston casino.
Respect to Dennis Lehane, but the most popular author in the state just may be Jeff Kinney with his Diary of a Wimpy Kid series. WITH ALL DUE RESPECT to Dennis Lehane, David McCullough, and Anita Diamant, the most popular…