In leafy Newton, the townsfolk have long been infected by a particularly potent strain of education lust. But now, with a $200 million high school tearing the city apart, it's more than merely a reputation for great education that's at stake. It's the future of Newton as we know it.
Liberty Hotel hot spot Scampo marks Lydia Shire's return to the Boston dining scene, powered by robust Italian fare, a vibrant personality, and plenty of garlic and butter.
Corrupt FBI agent John Connolly earned infamy—and a 10-year jail sentence—for aiding über-gangster Whitey Bulger. But in his upcoming murder trial, the real bad guys will be the ones given sweetheart deals to present their shaky testimony against him. (The prosecutors are no angels, either.) The case against the case against a man the Justice Department seems set on punishing for others' sins.
He started out as a Patriots intern. Then Will McDonough made a very important friend, and got himself a much, much sweeter job.
Before the ugly legal fights, before the international scandal, before even her publisher turned against her, Misha Defonseca was just a nice Jewish lady from the Boston suburbs with a story so incredible, no one dared disbelieve it.
With Taj Tunes, Cambridge businessman Dave Hui has outsourced the singing telegram. The songs are hysterical—as long as you don't think about what you're really laughing at.
Disgruntled Massachusetts Democrats have given John Kerry his first primary challenge in 24 years. That has him acting almost as if he still wants to be our senator. Almost.
The economy's in the toilet, but at Harvard Business School, the tycoons of tomorrow have different concerns. Like finding the perfect getup for the big cross-dressing bash, and fitting in a little learning amid the nonstop schmoozing and boozing.
As election season kicks in, CNN's political guru tells Jason Schwartz to stay tuned: The magic wall will reveal all.