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Dave Wedge

City Life

Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?

Long reserved for the arts, hospitals, cultural institutions, and universities, Boston’s charitable dollar is now being stretched in new directions. Will there be enough to go around in the future?

Education

Boston Latin’s Growing Pains

Twitter scandals, white privilege, and woke politics: How the city’s most prestigious high school landed on the front lines of a culture war.

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City Life

Keeping Up with the Browns

U.S. senator, ambassador to New Zealand, and dean of New England Law Boston—Scott Brown has been there and done that. So what do he and his family want next? The answer may surprise you.

City Life

The Battle for Franklin Park

Inside the clash that’s pitting Boston’s progressive activists against one another.

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Wellness

The Pandemic Could Result in a Surge of HIV Infections in Boston

Public health experts are worried about a lack of access to resources.

City Life

The Last Days of Whitey Bulger

His time behind bars before being murdered has remained unknown—until now.

City Life

Don’t Fall for These COVID-19 Scams

Local law enforcement has a warning: Be careful out there, folks.

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City Life

Try Not to Panic, and 8 Other Practical Financial Tips

The coronavirus crisis has all of us worried about money.

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City Life

Will Grocery Stores Start Running Out of Food?

Supplies such as toilet paper have already vanished from shelves. Fingers crossed, it doesn’t get any worse than that.

City Life

Rocky Road

Star athlete Peter Marciano seemed primed to join his uncle in fame. Then he got clobbered by the hit he never saw coming.

Four years after the tragedy of the Station nightclub fire, Great White frontman Jack Russell is pushing for a fresh start—but at what cost to those still suffering?

Putting the Band Back Together