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City Life

Root for These Massachusetts Athletes in the Tokyo Summer Olympics

Last March, the COVID-19 pandemic postponed the 2020 Tokyo Olympics for the first time in history (though the games were cancelled during World Wars I […]

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A Beginner’s Guide to Golfing around Boston

Got the golfing bug? You’re not alone. Golf courses in Boston and around the country reported off-the-charts foot traffic during the pandemic, as rookies and […]

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A New High-Tech Mini Golf Course Is Coming to Seaport

There are golf courses where serious golfers go to play. And then there’s mini golf courses for those of us who just want to putt […]

City Life

Behold! The Absolute Weirdest (Official) Red Sox Souvenirs You Didn’t Know You Need to Own

If you’re reluctant to attend a Red Sox game this year because of the pandemic or simply unable to get in thanks to the planned […]

City Life

Are the Red Sox Owners in It for the Love of the Gain?

For Red Sox die-hards, the turn of the calendar to March represents an invitation to officially begin obsessing about the upcoming season. Despite the past […]

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Tom Brady Is Feeling Loose in Tampa Off a “litTle avoCado tequila”

No one on earth deserves a cheat day more than Tom Brady, an athlete whose obsession with depriving himself of earthly comforts like tomatoes and […]

City Life

The Interview: Harvard Basketball Coach Tommy Amaker

Bostonians likely first heard about Tommy Amaker as an All-American guard at top-ranked Duke University—where 30-plus years ago he played under the legendary Mike Krzyzewski. […]

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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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Florida Man Tom Brady Ejected from a Tampa Park for Working Out During the Pandemic

I suppose it is only natural to crave wide-open spaces when you kiss your rambling, five-acre, Chestnut-Hill-Country-Club-abutting manse goodbye—but Tom Brady’s new town isn’t cutting […]

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City Life

My Life in the Age of COVID: Red Sox Prospect Leon Paulino

As the COVID-19 pandemic upends every aspect of Boston life, we’re checking in with some local residents to learn how they’re processing our new normal. […]

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City Life

What’s a Boston Sports Fan to Do?

I often turn to sports in moments of great anxiety. When life feels most uncertain, there is something soothing about turning on a Celtics game […]

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The Patriots Never Really Wanted Tom Brady Back

The Patriots never really wanted to re-sign Tom Brady. The GOAT is gone, and according to reports, New England didn’t chase him. The news isn’t […]

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How Did the PawSox End up in Pawtucket, RI, Anyway?

Welcome to “One Last Question,” a series where research editor Matthew Reed Baker tackles your most Bostonian conundrums. Have a question? Email him at [email protected] Question: […]

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What Will Pats Fans Do If Tom Brady Really Leaves?

For some Patriots fans, goodwill apparently only lasts as long as a 30-second Hulu ad. Ever since the spot first aired in the first quarter […]

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Do Not Come Between Lydia Edwards and the 2018 Red Sox World Series Trophy

Gonna be honest with you, it’s been a little overwhelming to follow the chaos that’s taken over the MLB over the past week. There’s a […]