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Boston Coronavirus News: Essential Workers Are Fighting Back, Cases by County

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My Life in the Age of COVID: Red Sox Prospect Leon Paulino


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Crime

Jose Offerman Finally Makes Contact

Just when the baseball world thought it was safe from Jose Offerman’s tin glove and hollow bat… well it’s not. And apparently his bat isn’t […]

Real Estate

And Now For Something a Little More Upscale

After torturing you yesterday with the techno beats and break-apart screen wipes by Boston’s realtors, we thought we’d take the time to show you a […]

News

Just When You Thought it Was Safe…

… To go in the water in Chatham, the harbor master warns beachgoers to stay alert for seals after sharks took giant bites out of […]

Morning Lines

Let’s see you keep track of $250 million. The Herald reports that Mitt Romney has more problematic stock holdings than the YES Network— Mitt also […]

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The Last Word

Your eight hours of corporate drudgery are over. The evening is all yours! Get out of your overpriced apartment and enjoy the city. Here are […]

Boston Fashion Week Reduced to Punchline

It’s a sad day for Boston fashion. While the Globe claims to be helping raise our town’s “style quotient” with their upcoming shopping insert—and further […]


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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.


Media

BostonNow: Making, Then Breaking, the News?

Under a Herald-on-training-wheels headline, “Cop’s porn star photo op flop” the daily rag BostonNow claims that the Massachusetts State Police is investigating a trooper who […]

Real Estate

If You Lived Here, You’d Be Hearing Techno By Now

Boston’s real estate market is not an easy place to do business. Realtors go to extra lengths to attract potential buyers or renters to their […]

Media

When It Comes to Killing, Who’s Worth More?

AP has a story today about a Hartford minister who is claiming that cops and media pay more attention to white murder victims than black […]

Politics

Mitt, How Could You?

Mitt, we’ve been through a lot together. Massachusetts fell in love with you back in 2002 with your big head of hair and the story […]

Media

Boston Loves Talking About Self, Others

The Globe reports today that Boston is the “bloggiest city” in America, according to OutsideIn.com. We edged out Philadelphia, home of our sister blog, by […]

Policy

Policy

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


Morning Lines

$250 million doesn’t buy what it used to: The Romney war chest is finally out in the open, and it reveals, among other things, that […]

The Last Word

After the carnage at Camden (you can have it, Channel 7) this weekend, one hopes that a sound thrashing of the Tampa Bay Devil Rays […]

News

International School of Foul Language

I’ve been hooked on crime logs for years, particularly those run by the South End News and the BPD’s blog. The best ones portray unhinged […]

Media

Soul-Crushing Scofflaws

Alas, poor Bossie, we hardly knew ye. Bossie the Cow, who became famous for her markings that look like the beloved Old Man of the […]

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