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An Ethicist’s Guide to Thinking Through Your COVID Dilemmas

At a time when even the smallest decisions have consequences, we can all use a little advice.

 


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In One Boston Retail District, It’s Not Quite Back to Business

Business

Massachusetts Pot Shops Won’t Look or Feel the Same, but They’re Back

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Is It Safe to Go Back to My Local Library?


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Tom Finneran has his Imus Moment

Oh Tom Finneran. Didn’t you learn anything from Don Imus? Or John DePetro? Or Bob Ryan? If you’ve got a hankering to advocate for smacking […]

What’s News

Your condensed guide to today’s daily papers. Slapfight continues: District Attorney Dan Conley has decided that State Police should investigate murders on the MBTA instead […]

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 […]

Try It, You Might Like It: Mad Fish Mud

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, […]

‘A Majestic Beast Reduced’

If you haven’t read Christopher Hitchens‘ latest piece in Vanity Fair yet, get on that ASAP. In it, he spends some hard time at a […]

Spanning the Web

Taking you around the internet for your afternoon enjoyment. Aren’t people who read supposed to be smart? A woman on “Cape Cad” (it seems BostonNow’s […]


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Politics

Politics

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


RIP Alex

We were sad to hear yesterday that Alex, a gifted parrot studied by Brandeis scientists for 30 years (and part of our Smartest City on […]

Nobody Paid Him Any Mind, No One Gave a. . .

Yesterday, we expressed our deep sadness that Ludacris will not be appearing at the Big E this year due to low ticket sales. Yet the […]

Ground Roundup

Food editor Amy Traverso handles all our culinary news and views for Boston Daily. Her own space is coming soon… I’ve just moved back to […]

Media

First it was Crocs, Now It’s Skanks of Boston

It’s been a hard couple of months for Boston’s fashionistas and the Globe’s fashion cred. First, the Globe-sponsored Boston Fashion Week was scheduled for the […]

Sports

Shake Down the Thunder

College football isn’t real big in Greater Boston. Sure there are some Boston College fans, who are known primarily for not traveling and insuring that […]

Policy

Policy

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


Politics

Mitt Romney: Just Like Bozo, but Without the Clown Nose

You know, I’ve come around on the Romney campaign. I’m a guy who likes a good laugh, and he’s certainly provided more than a few […]

Media

Commen Mistake

At this juncture, mocking upstart commuter daily BostonNOW is like kicking a diseased, redbone hound. Still, hound-kicking—if done in moderation on the right specimens—offers certain […]

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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. Another week, another fight […]

Media

What’s News

Your condensed guide to today’s daily papers. Say it ain’t so: The NFL suspects that the Patriots did cheat by recording the Jets’ defensive signals. […]

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