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Casey Lyons

Mass. Made: The Paper Trail

For generations, North Adams-based Crane and Company has produced some of the world’s finest stationery.

Lost in the Weeds

According to the polls, Massachusetts voters are going to overwhelmingly approve a ballot initiative next month that legalizes medical marijuana. That should be good news for someone like me, who’s spent half his life smoking pot. So why am I feeling so uneasy?

Amazing Outdoor Workouts: Hike

The area’s woods, beaches, and mountains have inspired thinkers for hundreds of years. Follow their example with these top four hiking trails.

Net Loss

How decades’ worth of lost gear is jeopardizing the Massachusetts fishing industry.

Wearing the Pants

Emmi Sorokin will make a (stylish) man out of you.

My Digital Valentine

Sledding’s not just fun, it also burns calories and gets you that much-needed vitamin D.

Just Slide: How to Get the Best Sledding in Boston

Just Slide

Person of Interest: Bryan Fuller

A Veteran hopes to set a new world record for transatlantic rowing.

The Presidential Look

When it comes to presidents, is it what comes out of their mouths, or how those mouths are shaped that gets them elected?

Time for a New New Hampshire

Why are we giving a bunch of old, white, rural voters undue sway over the presidential election?

Person of Interest: Ashley Stanley

Making grocery runs with the founder of Boston’s largest food-rescue organization.

Dawn of the Dad

Sick of being portrayed as half-witted dunces, local dads are out to take back their image.

Wicked Leaks

We examine—and plot on a city map—the various seepages plaguing Boston, from water to natural gas to college graduates.