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BU’s COVID-Era Message to Students This Year: “F*ck It Won’t Cut It”

Unless things change in the next few short weeks, thousands of potentially COVID-infected undergrads are headed to Boston this fall. You can plan all you […]

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Who’s Gonna Take the Weight: Mo Cowan and Being Black in America

You may think you know something about me, but I want you to really know who I am. I am an executive at a Fortune […]

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I Hate Cars, but Thanks to COVID I’m Buying One

I have a confession to make: I’m buying a car. When I moved into Boston proper five years ago, my wife and I couldn’t have […]

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UPDATED: How Isaias Will Impact Boston as the Storm Heads to Massachusetts

Update 5 p.m. Tuesday: As Isaias heads to the region, Massachusetts is on high alert for tornados. A tornado watch is in effect for the […]

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In the Endorsement Battle with Joe Kennedy, Ed Markey Is Winning

Per tradition over here at Boston, the usual disclaimer: Endorsements tell only part of the story in a campaign, but they do show where allegiances lie, […]

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Metro Corp Announces Restructuring Plan

Metro Corp, publisher of Boston and Philadelphia magazines, announces today a restructuring plan to ensure successful operations during the global COVID-19 pandemic. Metro Corp entered […]

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Donald Trump’s Latest White House Interviewee: Barstool’s Dave Portnoy

Dave Portnoy has made it to the White House. In pictures posted Thursday night, the Boston-bred media mogul can be seen interviewing President Trump in […]

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Crowdfunding Can Save Boston’s Beloved Businesses—Until It Can’t

It was like something out of an inspiring movie: Historic Allston rock club Great Scott, like so many small businesses during the pandemic, was out […]

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The Rise and Fall of Joe Kennedy’s Star-Studded Broadway Fundraiser

At the tail end of last week, the Joe Kennedy senatorial campaign announced a fundraiser entitled Broadway Sings for Joe Kennedy III. It was an event […]

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Five Cross-Cultural Etiquette Tips for Doing Business in Boston

Boston is considered one of the most culturally, ethnically and racially diverse cities in the United States. Thanks to its status as a center for […]

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Here’s How the Fenway and Central Square Are Livening Up the Summer of Social Distancing

Yes, vacations have been canceled, concerts are postponed, and the only fireworks we heard this year were the contraband ones set off by our bored […]

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Would You Take Weekly COVID Tests to Go to College?

Just picture it: You’re a bright-eyed college freshman, showing up at one of the Boston area’s elite academic institutions and enjoying the enormous boost at […]

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Moderna Therapeutics’ COVID-19 Vaccine Is Ready for the Final Testing Phase

Since early January, Moderna Therapeutics has been racing at breakneck speed toward a coronavirus vaccine—and Tuesday, a study published in the peer-reviewed New England Journal […]

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Here’s What the Massachusetts Police Reform Bill Would Do

A protest movement that saw thousands take to the streets of Boston, amid similar demonstrations against racism and police brutality around the country, has yielded […]