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Hayley Glatter

Staff Writer at Boston Magazine

Hayley Glatter is a news writer for Boston magazine. She was previously a fellow at the Atlantic focusing on education.

The Longfellow Bridge connects Beacon Hill, Boston to Kendall Square, Cambridge across Charles River. The bridge is open since 1906 and currently carries traffic and the red subway line
City Life

It’s Time to Celebrate, Because the Longfellow Bridge Is Finally Open

We never thought this day would come.

The Ted Williams Statue outside Fenway Park
City Life

TBT: Can You Name the Only Man to Pinch-Hit for Ted Williams?

Here’s a hint: He subbed-in for Yaz on May 31, 1961.


Want a Better Shot at Getting into UMass-Amherst?

Move to Connecticut.

Boats in front of the Boston skyline on a sunny day
City Life

A Barrier In Boston Harbor Isn’t Going to Protect us from Climate Change

A wall is not the solution, researchers found.

City Life

Pride and Joy

How to party and parade like a pro during Pride Week.

Roosters in cages
City Life

Nearly 400 Northampton Roosters Were Rescued from a Cockfighting Ring

This is horrifying.

Cassius Marsh on the sidelines of a Patriots game with his helmet off
City Life

“There’s Nothing Happy about” Playing for the Patriots

At least, not according to defensive end Cassius Marsh.

An overhead shot of free things including a frisbee, a beach ball, and a drawstring backpack
Arts & Entertainment

Here’s All the Free Stuff at Boston Calling

Bubbles, beach balls, and more.

Fans walk in front of a ferris wheel at Boston Calling
Arts & Entertainment

Boston Calling Live Blog

Our coverage of the city’s biggest music festival.

A pile of $100 bills
City Life

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.

A rainbow flag hangs on a street in Boston
City Life

Mass. Is the “Second Gayest” State in the Nation

A new report delves into the demographics of and challenges faced by the commonwealth’s LGBT residents.

The Boston skyline on a cloudy day
City Life

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

The forecast is acceptable. Hooray!

Thomas Wilkins holds his baton and conducts the orchestra while smiling
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.

Brigham and Women's Hospital

Brigham and Women’s Hospital Found Guilty of Retaliation

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

Cars in gridlock
City Life

Here’s When Traffic in Boston Will Be the Worst This Weekend

Avoid the roads at these times so you don’t spend Memorial Day stuck in gridlock.