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Hard Pressed: Will the Boston Herald Survive?

For decades, the Boston Herald has delighted in pissing off liberals in their own backyard. But how long can Boston’s other newspaper hang on?

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Adolfo Gonzalez Is Leaving Toucher & Rich

Adolfo Gonzalez, the lovable fourth-man on 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher and Rich morning show, is leaving the program. Gonzalez, who would prowl the streets of Boston collecting […]

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Is NESN Phasing Out Jerry Remy?

When beloved play-by-play man Don Orsillo was ousted last year from the Red Sox booth, club chairman Tom Werner said the move was done to “re-energize” the […]

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Jam’n 94.5 Changes Morning Show Again, Syndicates ‘The Breakfast Club’

For the second time in less than a year, Jam’n 94.5 is changing up its morning show. Jam’n 94.5 listers who tuned in Thursday morning […]

V.A. Shiva Ayyaduri
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Shiva Ayyadurai Sues Gawker for $35 Million for Saying He Didn’t Invent Email

A Cambridge man and MIT graduate who claims to have invented email in the late ’70s is suing Gawker Media for $35 million, alleging one of its sites […]

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What Will It Take for Hollywood to Cast More Actors with Disabilities?

Last month, on the third anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings, Jake Gyllenhaal and Jeff Bauman threw out the first ceremonial pitches for the Fenway […]

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WBZ Radio Traffic Reporter Announces Gender Change

A longtime member of the WBZ radio team will go by a new name. Traffic reporter Scott Eck will now be known as Kristen Eck, […]

Jessica Mendoza
Arts & Entertainment

ESPN’s Jessica Mendoza Talks First Fenway Park Game, Dealing with Online Trolls

Jessica Mendoza will be making her Fenway Park debut this weekend when ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball crew comes to Boston. The commentator and former softball […]

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Station Destroyed By Fire, WTBU Beats On

Around 8:45 a.m., three student DJs noticed the lights flickering inside Studio A. One of the students smelled something odd upon tinkering with the light-switch beside the […]

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Pamela Donnaruma on the Post-Gazette’s Uncertain Future

After Pamela Donnaruma learned last spring that the Newseum, in Washington, DC, was going to commemorate her family’s North End newspaper, the Post-Gazette, she immediately […]

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Another New York Publication Wonders If Boston Will Ever Be Fun

New Yorkers just can’t seem to stop writing about us. A month after the New York Times reported on the glaring lack of fun around here following […]

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Donald Trump Calls Boston Globe ‘Stupid,’ ‘Worthless’

Everyone seems to have an opinion on the Boston Globe‘s satirical front page, which depicted Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump presiding over a country in shambles, […]

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The New York Times Reported on How Lame Boston Is

The MBTA is pulling the plug on late-night service this weekend after its board voted 4-0 last month to scrap the two-year pilot program, citing […]

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The Herald Is Now 0-For-2 in Republican Presidential Endorsements

Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, once dubbed the “Republican savior” by TIME magazine, suspended his presidential campaign Tuesday night after a distant second-place finish in his home state’s primary […]

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The Globe Sacks Its Delivery Company

The Boston Globe is parting ways with its home delivery company less than three months after a disastrous rash of disruptions that led to the paper’s editorial staff […]