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Is This the Beginning of the End for the Middle East?

The future of a nightclub that has been a cornerstone of the Cambridge’s live music scene for nearly half a century is now in question. […]

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Salman Rushdie, Jonathan Franzen, Amy Tan and Over 160 More Call for Babson Adjunct Professor to Be Reinstated

Asheen Phansey, adjunct professor and director of sustainability at Wellesley’s Babson College, was fired by the school earlier this month because of a Facebook post […]

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Nine Passengers at Logan Airport Were Screened for Coronavirus, but It’s All Good

The spread of a deadly virus in China has health officials around the world on high alert, and Boston is no different. We saw those […]

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Who Will Save Us from the TikTok Teens?

OK just want to say up top here that you really want to avoid succumbing to hysteria about viral trends and “challenges” and so on. […]

Education

The Tragic, Enduring Legacy of Phoebe Prince

Sascha is a 14-year-old ninth grader at Needham High School. She plays volleyball for the freshman team and ballroom dances competitively. She loves history and […]

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Photos: 31st Annual Boston Wine Festival

Guests gathered at Boston Harbor Hotel to celebrate the Grand Opening Reception of the 31st Annual Boston Wine Festival on Friday, January 10. The evening […]

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The Short, Wild Ride of Correia the Kid

It’s a soggy autumn afternoon in Fall River, and I’m riding shotgun with the city’s baby-faced mayor when he says he wants to take me […]

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Another Promising Student Has Been Kicked Out by Customs in Boston

When word got out that Mohammad Shahab Dehghani Hossein, a Northeastern student from Iran, had been ensnared by immigration authorities at Logan Airport and kept […]

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Guess It Wasn’t Illegal When Kirk Minihane Duped Joe Curtatone with a Fake Interview

If you were wondering whether it’s okay, legally speaking, to trick a Massachusetts mayor into a recorded interview by impersonating a Boston Globe columnist, we […]

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14 Things We’d Do with Those Vintage MBTA Cars if Someone Bought Them for Us

Have you ever sat in a Green Line trolley, looked around at the smudged windows and fake wood paneling, heard the squealing of the rails, […]

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What Do Harvey Weinstein, Jeffrey Epstein, and Now Donald Trump Have in Common?

As President Trump’s Senate impeachment trial quickly approaches, he has tapped an—ahem—colorful variety of lawyers for his defense team. Friday, one Alan Dershowitz officially joined […]

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Grab Your Boots and Shovels: Snow Is On Its Way to Boston

This winter has been pretty mild by Boston standards, but all that changed this morning when temperatures finally dipped into the teens—and this weekend, it […]

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Do Not Come Between Lydia Edwards and the 2018 Red Sox World Series Trophy

Gonna be honest with you, it’s been a little overwhelming to follow the chaos that’s taken over the MLB over the past week. There’s a […]

Wellness

Ayanna Pressley’s Response to Her Hair Loss Is Personal, Political—and Courageous

Since her arrival in Washington, Ayanna Pressley’s hair has made headlines. The first black woman to represent Massachusetts in Congress, she sported her now-signature long, […]

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Reports of a Man with a Gun Triggered a Shelter in Place in Harvard Square

Harvard Square residents and university staff and students were briefly told to shelter in place Thursday afternoon amid reports of a man with a gun […]