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Christine Marcus Is Here to Rescue Your Sad Desk Lunch

The impetus for Alchemista came in 2012, while I was at MIT and none of our catered meals were memorable. One night, my classmate brought […]

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Tom Brady, by the Numbers

With Patriots’ training camp kicking into high gear, we look at Tom Brady by the numbers.

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The “Straight Pride” Trolls Are at the Gate. So What’s Boston to Do?

When news of August’s “Straight Pride” Parade first broke, you could almost hear the city’s collective groan rising from the streets. The plan, announced in […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Gambling Like a Pro in Boston

Where to get your (legal) gaming on MGM Springfield: Newish and smallish, this casino in downtown Springfield has table games and a sea of slots right […]

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Has Boston Become a Hip-Hop Town?

Ask almost anyone, and they’ll tell you Boston is a rock ’n’ roll town. Just look at our history. The city has birthed legends ranging […]

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Ohad Elhelo Speaks His Peace by Fostering Entrepreneurship

When I moved to Boston, I looked at the Palestinian conflict from afar for the first time, and it was devastating. As someone who served […]

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Bethany Van Delft Is No Joke

There is a massive difference between being a standup comedian and being funny. I took a standup comedy class at the Boston Center for Adult […]

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Massachusetts Needs to Reconsider Nuclear Energy

By the end of this month, the reactor at the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station in Plymouth will finally power down for good. Its slim, uranium-filled […]

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Graduation Speaker Showdown: Michael Bloomberg vs. Angela Merkel

MIT and Harvard compete for top talent and global renown, but during graduation season, it all comes down to who has the hottest celebrity speaker. […]

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So You Want to Run a Marathon? Here’s Where to Start

Ready, Set…Now What? Dan Fitzgerald, cofounder of Heartbreak Hill Running Company, and Matt Taylor, cofounder and CEO of Tracksmith, break down the essential dos and […]

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Boston’s Beloved Beer Gardens Are Facing Serious Backlash

Bostonians love a good beer garden. They hit all the sweet spots in après-work imbibing: sought-after brews, fresh air, food-truck dining, and Instagram-friendly ambiance. When […]

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Will Dailey Wants to Make Boston a Hot Spot for Musicians

There is no ladder of ascension in Boston, no healthy structure for artists to thrive, and I’m dedicated to staying here and solving that. When […]

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Sheena Collier Is Creating a Guide for Living in Boston While Black

When I first visited Harvard, I told my mother, “I don’t see any black people; I’m not going here.” And she said, “Girl, it’s Harvard—I […]

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Meet the Pot Power Players Bringing Legal Marijuana to Boston

Homecoming King Tim Keogh President and CEO, AmeriCann Who They Are: It’s a classic tale of local boy makes good. Marion native Keogh cut his […]

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Is Boston’s Transportation Crisis Beyond Repair?

Getting around Boston has never been more of a pain in the ass. Between the city’s booming population and its cratering unemployment rate, some 150,000 […]