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Is Emerson College the Smartest Developer in Town?

I was walking along the Common earlier this month and caught myself pausing for a moment, blinking at the intersection of Tremont and Boylston and […]

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Arts & Entertainment

Are We Entering a New Golden Age of Live Music in Boston?

The Sunday before Thanksgiving might seem like a prime opportunity to rest up before cramming a year’s worth of family into one night. But thousands […]

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No News Is Bad News

Let’s say that you consider yourself pretty well informed. You read the Globe, not to mention the Times, the Post, or the Journal every morning. […]

Arts & Entertainment

The Founders of Spaceus Are Exploring New Ways to Exhibit Art

Stephanie Lee: While we were studying architecture at MIT, Ellen and I began to have conversations about local institutions’ lack of support for creativity. As […]

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A Rumble in the Garden: Bruins v. Celtics

Bruins Off-Season Moves: GM Don Sweeney’s Bruins had a good team last season and, unlike the Celtics, didn’t need to rebuild their roster. Instead, Sweeney scored deals […]

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Is It Time for Charlie Baker to Leave the Republican Party?

It’s no secret that for the past decade, Charlie Baker has awkwardly attempted to coexist with the increasingly toxic Republican Party. From the Tea Party […]

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Forget Sitting in Traffic: It’s Time for Boston to Take a Hike

It sounds impossible, yet somehow the nightmare of getting around Boston seems to be getting worse. The T is often quite literally going off the […]

Wellness

The Head of the Charles Regatta, by the Numbers

225,000–300,000 Spectators expected to show up in person 7 Overcrowded bridges from which to watch the race 120,641 Dollars raised for Head of the Charles […]

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Jonathan Greeley Is a Man With a Plan

For the past four years, I’ve run the division of the Boston Planning and Development Agency that focuses exclusively on development, so I spend most […]

Arts & Entertainment

Here’s How a Salem Film Festival Is Tackling the Political Horror Show of the Trump Era

As the witching hour approached on November 8, 2016, Kevin Lynch watched the presidential election results through his fingers, scared to look at the TV. […]

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Where Is This Year’s Ayanna?

Boston, 2018: land of political upheaval; burial ground for complacent incumbents; a city of voters lifting bold upstarts to surprising victories. Boston, 2019: eh, not […]

Home & Property

Is It Time for a Tenant’s Bill of Rights in Boston?

It’s here at last: the worst day of the year to be a Boston renter. Even if you’re not moving, September 1 passes like a […]

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As Surveillance Goes Mainstream, Can Boston Tame Big Brother?

How many times do you think your face has been captured and plugged into an AI database today? Your mug, after all, is being scanned, […]

Education

Michelle Caldeira Has an Offer You Can’t Refuse

We believe ending gang violence in Boston and in the country is possible. The city’s high-impact gang players, according to the police department, total about […]

Travel

Logan Airport’s Top Airline Showdown: JetBlue vs. Delta

JetBlue Terminal Experience: While it shares a few gates with other airlines, JetBlue dominates Terminal C, arguably Logan’s finest. Grab a flight of Sam Adams […]