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A Trader Joe’s in Fort Point Would Break New Ground in the Area

If rumors about a Trader Joe’s opening its doors in Fort Point are true, it would mark a milestone for Boston’s fast-growing Seaport area: its first grocery […]

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He’s Really Doing It: Bill Weld Is Launching a Challenge to “Unstable” Trump

The time for guessing games is over. Bill Weld is for real throwing his hat in the ring for a challenge to President Donald Trump, […]

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Julian Edelman’s Beard Trimmings Are Up for Auction

If you’re among the proud few that wept when Ellen DeGeneres shaved Super Bowl MVP Julian Edelman’s famous beard, dry your eyes. Just because it’s […]

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GE Is Selling its Headquarters and Giving Us Our Money Back

Funny how things can change in just a few short years. Back in 2016, when Boston signed a deal with GE gifting it millions in tax breaks and incentives to […]

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Peregrine, an Italian Islands-Inspired Restaurant, Is Coming to Beacon Hill

With their next restaurant, Peregrine, chef Josh Lewin and Katrina Jazayeri are spreading their wings. The duo behind Juliet, a charming European-style cafe in Somerville, are opening their […]

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Insys Used a Dancing, Rapping Fentanyl Bottle to Encourage Opioid Prescriptions

Good morning America. The sun is out, the weekend is in sight, and in Boston, the snow is still (in some places) a pristine white. […]

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Amtrak Is Selling Buy One Get One Tickets for Valentine’s Day

People all over Boston, join hands. Folks, it’s time to start a love train. To celebrate Valentine’s Day this year, Amtrak is offering buy one […]

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A Harvard Dean Is Defending Harvey Weinstein Now

It must really be something going to Harvard. You get to glean wisdom from movers and shakers in law and politics, befriend the future leaders of […]

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The Justin Fairfax Sexual Assault Case May Get a Boston Investigation

As you may have heard, Virginia is a complete mess right now. Two (yes two!) of the state’s leaders admit to having worn blackface in their past, […]

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The Commuter Rail (Mostly) Triumphed over the Snow Storm

As people pressed their noses to office windows yesterday afternoon, watching the snow come down thick and fast, the familiar dread of a horrible commute […]

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The Great Massachusetts Beer Garden Backlash Has Arrived

Everyone loves a good beer garden. When it comes to combining the trends in after-hours imbibing, they’re right in the sweet spot: sought-after brews, fresh air, […]

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Boston Has the Worst Traffic in the Country

When you’re sitting in traffic on your morning commute, at least you can comfort yourself knowing that somewhere out there, someone is stuck in an […]

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Snow, Sleet Are Coming to Boston on Tuesday and It’s Gonna Be “Gross”

Now that we’re really in the thick of winter, we can handle a little bit of snow, right? Maybe you’ve even been hoping to see a flake […]

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Elizabeth Warren: Trump May Be in Prison by 2020

Elizabeth Warren has offered a lot to voters that isn’t focused on Trump or the investigations targeting him, like support for the Green New Deal and […]

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Regular Service Resumes after “Severe Delays” on MBTA’s Orange, Green, Blue Lines

Service is finally back to normal on the MBTA after an electrical failure hobbled much of the Orange, Green, and Blue lines in downtown Boston, as […]