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In a Best Bathroom Contest, the Natick Mall Ranks…Number Two

While we didn’t quite take the crown, we’ve still got some top-notch thrones here in Massachusetts. The Natick Mall’s first floor restrooms (across from Nordstrom) […]

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The Guy Who Drove His Truck into Anti-ICE Protesters Won’t Be Charged with Anything

If you thought the corrections officer who drove his giant truck into a crowd of peaceful protesters back in August, then kept driving, might face consequences for putting so […]

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Video: Boston City Councilor Tim McCarthy Brags about Winning against “Women” and “Minorities”

Boston City Councilor Tim McCarthy was clearly in high spirits the night of September 24, in the hours following the preliminary city council elections. After […]

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The Harvard Crimson Faces Petitions, Boycotts After Contacting ICE for Comment

On September 12, immigrant advocacy group Harvard College Act on a Dream staged a 100-person strong protest in front of the university’s Memorial Church calling for the […]

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A Rumble in the Garden: Bruins v. Celtics

Bruins Off-Season Moves: GM Don Sweeney’s Bruins had a good team last season and, unlike the Celtics, didn’t need to rebuild their roster. Instead, Sweeney scored deals […]

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More Scooters, Fewer Cars? That’s What a New Lime Survey Suggests

If you’ve been to Brookline at any point over the past several months, you’ve no doubt spotted them: People zipping down roadways and bike lanes atop […]

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Massachusetts Considers Banning B-Word, Ruining Lizzo Concerts

If you’re a boss bitch, bad bitch, or 100 percent that bitch according to your DNA test, if you love screaming out the lyrics to […]

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Is It Time for Charlie Baker to Leave the Republican Party?

It’s no secret that for the past decade, Charlie Baker has awkwardly attempted to coexist with the increasingly toxic Republican Party. From the Tea Party […]

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Here Are the 27 Boston Athletes Facial Recognition Technology Mistakenly Matched to Mugshots

Most Boston sports fans could spot Chris Sale or Christian Vazquez from miles away. Amazon’s facial recognition technology, however, maybe needs to take in a few more Red Sox games. […]

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You Can Now Summon a 3D Keytar Bear on Snapchat

Want to capture the experience of spotting Keytar Bear on the streets of Boston from the comfort of…anywhere? A new Snapchat lens has you covered. A […]

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Scenes from a Disaster: Today’s Surprise Orange Line Shutdown

Update, 10/21 2:23 p.m.: The MBTA has tweeted that work on the Orange Line has been completed and safety tested, allowing regular service to resume. […]

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Meet Mitt Romney’s Secret Online Alter Ego: “Pierre Delecto”

Much like a delectable portion of foie gras seared atop a cast iron pan, Mitt Romney’s goose is cooked. An online sleuth at Slate has discovered that […]

Eduardo Nunez #36, Eduardo Rodriguez #57, and Christian Vazquez #7 of the Boston Red Sox laugh with pitcher Luis Severino #50 of the New York Yankees during the 2018 Pedro Martinez Foundation Gala
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Have a Ball at the Pedro Martinez Foundation Gala in Boston

Fifteen years ago, Pedro Martinez was having a very different autumn than he’s having right now. Then the Red Sox’s ace pitcher, Martinez helped the team […]

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Here’s NOAA’s First Guess at What Winter Has in Store for Boston

As we switch on our heat, unpack our sweaters, and warily eye the holiday decorations in our basements, it’s hard not to start thinking about what winter […]

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The Wildest Scenes from New England’s Bomb Cyclone

This morning, over 224,000 people in Massachusetts and over half a million across New England are in the dark after a powerful storm walloped the […]