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Boston’s 15 Most Influential Instagrammers

Your feed has never looked so good.

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Power List Q&A: The Boston Foundation Chair Sandy Edgerley

Sandy Edgerley, chair of the Boston Foundation, on finding a new foundation president and CEO and the future of the Algonquin Club.

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Power List Q&A: Big Heart Hospitality Restaurateur Tiffani Faison

Renowned chef and Big Heart Hospitality restaurateur Tiffani Faison dishes on leadership, harassment in the industry, and the coronavirus pandemic.

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Power List Q&A: NAACP Boston President Tanisha Sullivan

Tanisha Sullivan, president of the Boston NAACP chapter, on the city’s public school closures and the 2020 NAACP convention.

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Power List Q&A: Beth Israel Lahey Health President Kevin Tabb

Beth Israel Lahey Health President and CEO Kevin Tabb on coronavirus and healthcare mergers.

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Power List Q&A: U.S. Attorney, District of Massachusetts Andrew Lelling

What it’s like to be a U.S. Attorney in the era of coronavirus scams.

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King of the Hill

After generations of iron-fisted leadership on Beacon Hill, the winds of change are beginning to blow. Just don’t tell that to House Speaker Robert DeLeo.

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Alas, Poor Patrick

In this year’s presidential primary, the Democratic Party is no place for an optimist.

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This Decade, Boston Voters Crushed the Old Guard

A new kind of politics took the city by storm.

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How to Save Transportation in Boston: Bikes

It’s time to start building bike lanes, sharing helmets, and encouraging commuters to ditch the engine for the pedal.

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How to Save Transportation in Boston: Cars

From imposing a tax on paid parking facilities to putting an end to distracted driving.

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How to Save Transportation in Boston: Buses

According to the experts, Bus Rapid Transit is the only solution.

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How to Save Transportation in Boston: Rail

Whether it’s electrifying the rails or boosting the MBTA’s PR strategy, something has to be done to fix the disarray on the T.

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How to Save Transportation in Boston: Big Ideas

Here, transportation experts dish their most creative ideas.

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The Long Goodbye

Governor Charlie Baker has done everything he can to distance himself from the GOP except walk away. It’s time he does just that.