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Terry Francona: Medically Exempt Sloppy Dresser?

Yesterday came word that Major League Baseball would be enacting a “Francona Rule” named after Red Sox skipper Terry Francona’s less than conventional game attire. […]


Sir Newton

Jeff Fournier is a busy guy. The young chef/owner of 51 Lincoln in Newton Highlands recently inked two significant deals on new projects; expect to […]

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Whose Line is it, Anyway?

Mitt Romney’s been yukking it up so much on the campaign trail that sometimes it seems like he’s trying out Jay Leno’s job, and not […]

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McPhee Quits Herald, Moves to TKK Full-Time

Yesterday Adam Reilly at the Phoenix reported a rumor that Michele McPhee, the Herald’s crack cops-jakes-and-crime reporter, has tendered her resignation to her bosses at […]

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The Globe Makes Us Cry

Despite our hard exterior, we here at Boston Daily love to be emotionally manipulated. We get choked up when we watch Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. […]

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Like Water for Oxycontin

On Friday, four Cambridge city employees were arrested after police received an anonymous tip. The men were charged with an array of drug-related crimes, but […]

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More on Eisenberg

We’re beginning to get a clearer picture of Leeland Eisenberg, the troubled man who held Clinton staffers hostage in New Hampshire last week. Eisenberg’s stepson, […]

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Say Hello to Our Little Friends

We are pleased to announce the addition of two new blogs to our growing media empire here at bostonmagazine.com. Over on the Shopping and Style […]

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Harvard’s Big Win

For this month’s issue of Boston magazine, I interviewed Tommy Amaker, Harvard’s new basketball coach. Even though he refused to adopt my ascot suggestion (pity), […]

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Romney (Finally) Talks Religion

Mitt Romney announced he will give his long-awaited speech on his Mormon faith on Thursday. Despite the apparent objections of his advisers, Romney will take […]

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Sports Weekender

Jacoby Ellsbury for Johan Santana? Big Baby for Rookie of the Year? Boston College to the Champs Sports Bowl? These questions, and more, after a […]

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Herald to Boston: We’re Still Here

Boston’s third-favorite daily rag indulges in a little self-congratulation today in honor of the 25th anniversary of its rebirth. Herald publisher Pat Purcell waxes nostalgic […]

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Update: Positive Developments, But Uncertainty Lingers in NH

The news from Hillary Clinton’s Rochester, New Hampshire campaign office is better, but the standoff hasn’t completely been resolved. WMUR reports that two hostages have […]

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McCain Beats Obama in Massachusetts?

Mitt Romney isn’t likely to win many popularity contests in Massachusetts, which makes the findings about him a new Survey USA/WBZ poll none too shocking. […]

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You Don’t Mess Around With Tom

Sometimes we can’t figure out Tom Menino. When he’s at events like a tree lighting ceremony he seems like a perfectly affable guy. But when […]