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Boston’s Statue of Abraham Lincoln Standing Over a Kneeling Enslaved Man Will Be Removed

A petition calling for the statue’s removal garnered over 12,000 signatures in just three weeks.


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Literature

The Interview: Author Robin Cook

Literature

How Arlington’s Sarah Kamya Is Diversifying Little Free Libraries Across the Country

K-12 Education

Here’s Your First Look into the Massachusetts School Reopening Guidelines


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Globe Reaches Out

The Globe unveiled a new Page 1 design element today. It’s a web-influenced sidebar, running down the left-hand side of the paper, teasing nine stories […]

Politics

Getting Our RomneyFacts.com Straight

Christmas came early for liberal bloggers around the country today, as the Massachusetts Democratic Party launched a new site, RomneyFacts.com. The compilation contains quotes, horrible […]

Giselle Not Understanding ‘Boundaries’

Giselle Bundchen has a lot going for her. She’s tall, she’s skinny, and she has half of the modern world lusting for her. But the […]

Questions For. . . Todd Galloway

If your eyes immediately begin to roll as soon as your coworkers start prattling about the office fantasy football league, you are not alone. Some […]

What’s News

Your condensed guide to today’s daily papers. We’ve got a horse race: Niki Tsongas took the Democratic primary election held in the Fifth District yesterday, […]

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 […]


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Politics

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


Spanning the Web

Taking you around the internet for your afternoon enjoyment. Hope you didn’t have today in the pool: Governor Deval Patrick isn’t ready to endorse or […]

Moving Nightmares

After a weekend of U-Hauls and the requisite moving truck jamming itself under a bridge, it gets harder to believe in the decency of human […]

Media

Herald Unveils New Site: Surprisingly Good

While you were busy sitting on the beach this weekend, the Herald unveiled its new website. Since we know a little something about new websites, […]

Politics

Things Get Ugly in Somerville

It’s been a long time since we’ve had a really competitive mayoral race in this town, with Tom Menino most recently dismantling (with minimum effort) […]

Sports

Down on the Farm

We love minor league baseball and its promotions. Some are more useful than others, however, and a few weeks ago, we got our hands on […]

Policy

Policy

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


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Happy Tuesday from the C Line

Did you have a nice weekend? Didn’t sit in as much traffic as you’d feared on your way out of town on Friday? Well, for […]

What’s News

Your condensed guide to today’s daily papers. (With less Herald than usual, due to their shiny new site not loading.) Get out and vote: Heads […]

The Week that Was

Chronicling the past week via quick links and pithy commentary (Labor Day Weekend edition). Hey, kids we’d like a word with you: The completely unofficial […]

Honest Advice for College Students

It’s starting. Moving trucks are prowling Boston’s city streets, stores on college campuses are plying our newest residents with giveaways, and liquor stores are stocking […]

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