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Katherine Ozment

Losing Our Religion

Many adults are leaving religion behind. But as they become parents, they’re confronting an uneasy question: What about the kids?

Kids and Social Media: The Official Worry/Don't Worry Crib Sheet

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Mommy, Just One More Status Update Before Bed!

How do you guide your kids through the untamed digital wilderness when they know more about it than you do?

City Life

Welcome to the Age of Overparenting

See Jane. See Jane walk downstairs. Clap, Mom and Dad, clap! See Mom and Dad clap, clap, clap. For everything Jane does. Welcome to the age of overparenting.

Family, Interrupted

When DJ Henry was shot to death by police last year, it made national headlines—a black college football player from a comfortable Boston suburb killed by white cops in Westchester County, New York. The media coverage focused on what had gone wrong and who was to blame. For DJ’s family, though, there was another important question: How do you grieve on a public stage?

Last Dance

Before the wrecking ball swings: one last look at Faces, the iconic nightlub where the party seemed to last forever.

Can Aaron Kushner Save the Globe?

Aaron Kushner, the former CEO of a small South Shore greeting-card company, has a top-secret cure for the dying newspaper industry. And he plans to put it to the test by buying the Boston Globe.

She went to MIT and Brandeis, married a Brigham and Women's physician, made her home in Boston, cared for her children, and raised money for charities. Aafia Siddiqui was a normal woman living a normal American life. Until the FBI called her a terror


And you thought picking a preschool was hard. Choosing the best high school is an even tougher assignment. That’s why we’ve taken out the guesswork with our most comprehensive ranking yet of which schools are worth the money — whether in tui

How two men made Boston a yoga hot spot — and how their ambition and behind-the-scenes deals are shattering the peace.

City Life

They traded everything they had to be together. Was it worth turning their worlds upside down? Jack and Suzy Welch talk about that crazy little thing called love.

The real battle over same-sex marriage wasn't waged inside the State House. The real battle took place outside, on the street,between two factions of absolute believers.

What if there were a simple way to give every student more personal attention? What if teachers had more creative ways to teach math and reading, measure what kids really know, address the unique learning needs of boys and girls, and get parents involved