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Rosemary Chandler

Rosemary Chandler, Contributor at Boston Magazine

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The Nature of the Attack Leaves Questions About the Perpetrator

A terrorism expert weighs in on what we can learn from details of the attack.

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Airline Travel Is Getting Better

A new report shows improvement among Logan’s most popular airlines.

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Gay Marriage on Trial

A Harvard Law professor weighs in on the Supreme Court’s oral arguments.

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America Is Richer, Just Not Its Young

A new study shows where most wealth gains have come in the past decades.

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Boston Avoids a Solution to its Car Problem

A proposed car-free building would have moved us in the right direction.

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The Need for Dating Violence Prevention

BU Professor Emily Rothman weighs in.

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Tweet Happy Thoughts

A new study shows how the language used on Twitter can reveal where the happy people live.

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A Wild, Implausible Plan to Fix the Electoral College

One artist redraws the state lines. Kiss Cape Cod goodbye.

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What’s Next After Benedict XVI?

Professor James Conn of B.C. offers his takeaways on news of the papal resignation.

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The Flooded Future In Boston

Maps that project future flooding in Boston neighborhoods have policy makers acting now.

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On Minting the Coin

Harvard Prof. Jeffrey Frankel explains the logic in a bizarre solution to the debt ceiling crisis.

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Why Changes on Gun Control Are Unlikely

A BU public policy expert explains.

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How You Should Have Played Powerball

Advice from a Boston College expert in gaming and lotteries.

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How Soon Until Massachusetts Legalizes?

After medical marijuana passed, we could see a quick turn-around on efforts for recreational marijuana.

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Boston Moves (a Little) for Health

The city is coming up short in Menino’s Million Pound Challenge