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Boston Duck Tours Is Aiming to Reassure Riders after the Tragedy in Missouri

Boston Duck Tours, the city’s only duck boat operator, is reassuring riders today after a tragedy in Missouri that killed 17 people on Thursday. “We continuously monitor the […]

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Harvard’s Theresa Lund, Who Clashed With a Neighbor in a Viral Video, Has Been Placed on Leave

Theresa Lund, the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative executive director whose confrontation with a neighbor has sparked days of outrage, has been placed on leave, “effective immediately.” The organization […]

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Report: Devin Nunes Spent $15,000 of Donors’ Money on Celtics Tickets

Congressman, shameless Trump investigation critic, and, apparently, Celtics super-fan Devin Nunes loves the Boston team so dearly that he was willing to dip into his political […]

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Introducing…Find It/Boston

It’s a big city out there. And we’re making it easier to navigate. Boston magazine has launched a new platform called Find It/Boston, a searchable […]

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The “Sanctuary State” Amendment Is No More

A “sanctuary state” proposal in the budget, which would have prevented local law enforcement from spending limited time and resources helping ICE, has been removed after legislators […]

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Coming Very Soon: Shiny New Green Line Trains

They aren’t a panacea for all the MBTA’s woes, of course, but it sure does feel good to see some slick, shiny, new-and-improved train cars […]

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Marty Walsh Is Hitting the Road for Democrats

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, who’s been cultivating a bit of a national brand during his tenure in office and has answered the call of the […]

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New Kids on the Block’s Joey McIntyre Will Join Locked Out National Grid Workers Today

As a lockout at National Grid amid a contract dispute continues, New Kids on the Block singer Joey McIntyre says he plans to wield his star power […]

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An Extreme Storm Has Made Its Way to Boston

As expected, a powerful storm rolled into Boston on Tuesday afternoon, bringing with it a whole lot of rain and strong winds, along with the […]

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An Algorithm “Diminished Integration” at Boston Schools, a Report Found

An MIT-designed algorithm intended to make access to good schools more equal in Boston did not achieve its goal and in fact “diminished integration” in the […]

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A Harvard Official Is Under Fire after a Confrontation in a Viral Video

Harvard higher-up Theresa Lund is facing a hail of criticism over a viral video that shows her confronting a neighbor and her young daughter. The clip shows […]

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UMass Tuition Is Going Up Again in 2018

Students at UMass will have to dig a little deeper for the 2018-2019 school year after the university system decided once again to raise tuition. Board members […]

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A Slave Memorial Has Been Proposed for Faneuil Hall

Amid debate over what to do about Faneuil Hall and its problematic past, a memorial has been proposed for the landmark that would call attention to […]

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The Suspect in the Shooting of a Weymouth Police Officer Will Face a Judge

Update: Emanuel Lopes, the 20-year-old accused of killing Weymouth Police Officer Michael C. Chesna, is scheduled to be arraigned on Tuesday after he was deemed not well […]

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America’s Test Kitchen Is Rolling Out its Food Truck Next Week

If you’re a fan of the public television cooking show “America’s Test Kitchen,” you’ve surely, at some point, wished you could pull a bite or […]