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Mass. Is the "Second Gayest" State in the Nation

A new report from Boston Indicators and the Fenway Institute found people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or something else face hardships and discrimination in the Bay State.


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Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

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How to Fight Sexual Harassment at Boston Calling

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Tito Jackson's Next Act: Marijuana CEO


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The Boston Globe Is Taking Hilary Sargent to Court

Fallout continues from a series of tweets Sargent posted alleging misconduct by the Globe’s top editor, Brian McGrory.

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Boston Calling Live Blog

Our coverage of the city’s biggest music festival.

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Where to Eat Memorial Day Brunch

Leisure this long weekend over pancakes, cocktails, and patio vibes.

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Wellness

This Is What a Kettlebell Athlete Eats For Breakfast

No, he doesn’t eat his competition.

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A Boston Company Had 12 Employees and 180 Unpaid Interns in Two Years

And now the firm has to pay $550,000 to compensate them.

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Ask the Expert: What Does CBD Really Do For Me?

No, you won’t get high.


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Best of Boston 2017

Best of Boston 2017

Our no-holds-barred guide to the best of everything in Boston, from food to shopping to where you’ll go out with your friends.

Time to Toast: How to Host a Glamorous Cocktail Party

Time to Toast: How to Host a Glamorous Cocktail Party

Raise a glass and ring in the new year in style.

Presented by PEAK Event Services


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Early Details on Chickadee

A pair of industry vets are opening a restaurant in the Seaport.

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The Weather Isn’t Going to Be Awful This Memorial Day

The forecast is acceptable. Hooray!

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What to Eat (and Drink) Memorial Day Weekend

Soft-shell crab, a la carte at Asta, a pho michelada (!), and more.

Home & Property

On the Market: A Princessy Pad in Back Bay

This itty bitty studio maximizes all of its 320 square feet.

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Arts & Entertainment

I Love My Job: Boston Pops Conductor Thomas Wilkins

The symphony’s not just for grown ups—at least, not if the jubilant youth and family conductor has anything to say about it.

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Newsmakers, profiles, history, and more.

It Runs in the Family: The Risk of Hereditary Cancer

It Runs in the Family: The Risk of Hereditary Cancer

Some people are born with an alteration in their DNA or genetic material that makes them more susceptible to certain types of cancer.

Presented by Mass General Cancer Center


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Was the Green Line Struck by Lightning Last Night?

The MBTA is investigating after sparks flew during a thunderstorm.

Home & Property

Five Open Houses on the North Shore to See This Weekend

From a Gloucester home with water views to a charming antique in Marblehead.

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A Dizzying Night with Jordan Peterson in Boston

Besieged by bad press, the right’s favorite celebrity psychologist took the stage at the Shubert.

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Wellness

Brigham and Women’s Hospital Found Guilty of Retaliation

A jury awarded a nurse who sued the hospital $28 million.

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