The biotech brains over at One Kendall Square, Epicenter of Cambridge’s booming life-sciences industry, provide the ideal test subjects for fall’s breakthrough styles.
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Three years ago, Deval Patrick was an inspirational outsider who rode a wave of goodwill into the State House. Today, he’s one of the least popular governors in the country. Granted unprecedented access to Patrick and his inner circle, Carlo Rotella offers an intimate look at a beleaguered administration and a governor aiming to reclaim his once-sterling image.
The speaker wants slots, the governor casinos. Why they’ll both win—and you’ll lose.
A Harvard biomedical engineer has come up with a new kind of dining experience, one that has the potential to revolutionize how we look at food—or at least our oral fixations.
Boston College athletic director Gene DeFilippo is a control freak of the highest order. That’s a good thing.
Flavored by chef Rembs Layman’s Louisiana roots, this Inman Square spot serves up unfussy, high-spirited, and—by gumbo!—soulful southern cooking.