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The Wayfair Walkout Is On: Employees Plan to Leave Work Wednesday Afternoon

They're calling on the company to cancel a contract with a migrant detention center.


Politics

One Good Reason Not to Loathe DC? Ayanna Pressley

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Driver in New Hampshire Crash Has a History of Driving Offenses

Crime

Police Shooting in Dorchester Is "Tragic and Traumatizing," Mayor Walsh Says


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The News Station?

Last night, Channel 7 had a segment with Tewksbury native Steve Santagati, author of The Manual: A True Bad Boy Explains How Men Think, Date, […]

Questions For. . . Heather Graham

It’s almost October, which means the supernatural festivities in Salem are getting even more paranormal than usual. The witch city gets an early start tonight […]

Townie Town Hall

Not every item of note can make it into Boston’s big dailies. We scoured the local papers to keep you up-to-date. Squawking of the human […]

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Just Like at the Movies, Silence is Golden

Poor Howie Carr. It’s been rough for him lately. He’s getting beaten up for his less-than-no-effort columns while simultaneously being pummeled by the court. For […]

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And Now For the Traffic, Jason Feifer

We love Jason Feifer at Boston Daily. He is the only one on our staff who can rock a Bentley one day, and then be […]

What’s News

Your condensed guide to today’s daily papers. Horse races are healing: State Supreme Court Justice Ernest Murphy has been coping with his post-traumatic stress disorder […]


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From senators eyeing the presidency to a mayor ruling over a changing city, here’s what our politicians are up to.


The Last Word

Your long day of corporate drudgery is over. Get out and enjoy the city! Here are a few ideas to get you started, lovingly picked […]

Spanning the Web

Taking you around the internet for your afternoon enjoyment. It’s all fun and games if there’s no blinking lights: MIT students have some fun with […]

Fan Pier: Much Ado About Something

“Thanks to our many years of planning, this will be a place all Bostonians can enjoy,” Mayor Thomas Menino proclaimed today at the ceremonial groundbreaking […]

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What I Did On Mitt Romney’s Bus

Our seventh-grade civics teacher always taught us that democracy was its own reward. We the people could form a more perfect union by voting, exercising […]

The Brides Are Running Again

The Running of the Brides returns! But this time, you can leave the brass knuckles at home. The Altered Bride boutique on 376 Boylston St. […]

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Policy

Marijuana legalization, healthcare changes, and all the other referendums shaking up Mass.


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Hackwatch Continues

You would think with Howie Carr being off the air until his radio contract dispute is resolved, he’d be able to put a little more […]

Police Blotter Fun

As a public service, we recap the droll commentary and surprisingly stupid criminals that make the crime reports required reading. Lately, the Boston Police Department […]

Try It, You Might Like It: Billion Dollar Blockbuster

Sometimes, there are things in life you just aren’t sure about trying. Maybe you lack a sense of daring, or maybe you’re just sane. Luckily, […]

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“Come on Home, Baby”

We mentioned last week that the Globe had, somewhat weirdly, hired outgoing Improper Bostonian editress Veronica Chao to helm the City Weekly section. In doing […]

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