Long Reads

Arts & Entertainment

Curtains for Boston’s Theater District?

The city’s historic stages are in crisis. Why isn’t Marty Walsh, the self-described ‘arts mayor,’ doing more to save them?

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Can Coach Brad Stevens Put the Celtics Together Again?

Can coach Brad Stevens put the Celtics together again?

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Joe Gibbons, the Bank-Robbing Filmmaker

Is former MIT instructor Joe Gibbons an artist who robs banks—or a thief who makes art?

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Tom Brady’s Personal Guru Is a Glorified Snake-Oil Salesman

Editor’s Note: Three days after this story was published, Tom Brady responded on WEEI’s Dennis and Callahan program. Ongoing Coverage: Tom Brady’s Guru Alex Guerrero […]

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‘I’m Robert Kraft. Do You Know Who I Am?’

He has billions of dollars, the winningest NFL team this millennium, and a reputation for boundless generosity. So why is Robert Kraft so desperate for our attention?

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Police Chief Leonard Campanello’s New Fight Against the Heroin Crisis

After 25 years of fighting a losing war on drugs, Gloucester Police Chief Leonard Campanello finally had enough. To save lives, he took matters into his own hands.

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The Hunt for the Tinmouth Apple

The ancient apple has the power to transform New England into the Napa Valley of hard cider…if only we can find it.

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How to Bring a Dead Man to Justice

Two cousins set out to dance on the grave of the grandfather who molested them as children. They never got there, but what happened instead matters most.

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Bernie Sanders Is Cold As Ice

He’s chilly with staff, frosty with fans, and regularly ices out reporters. So how is the socialist firebrand from Vermont suddenly torching Hillary Clinton in the race for president?

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Our Kids Don’t Belong in School

Is homeschooling the new model for creating elite kids?

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Malcolm Rogers Has Left the Building

Which raises the question: Did he save the MFA? Or ruin it?

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Hook, Line, and Sinker

Maine treasure hunter Greg Brooks found the world’s richest shipwreck off the coast of Cape Cod. Or at least that’s what he told investors.

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Harvard, Ye Hypocrites

On the global issue that matters most, Harvard is losing credibility—not to mention money.

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Mad Women

How three superstar Boston execs overcame the social costs of being a woman in the workplace.

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Blowhards: The Stuart Highland Pipe Band

On the road, down the bottle, and across the border with Boston’s greatest competitive bagpipe band.