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Crime

The “Monster Next Door” Case Closes a Chapter

Six years after we first wrote about the case, a former New Hampshire resident suspected of participating in the Rwandan genocide is being deported back to Rwanda.


Music

Please, PLEASE Stop Changing the Name of the Waterfront Pavilion Concert Venue

Neighborhoods

Parking in the North End Has Never Been Worse. Here’s How to Beat It

News

What I Learned From Walking All Over Town


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Home Design

Is This “Open-Concept Bathroom” in JP a Dream or a Nightmare?

This bewildering home design trend has reached Boston.

Politics

The Adult in the Room

Massachusetts Congresswoman Katherine Clark—one of the most powerful people on Capitol Hill—is competent, reliable, and, yes, maybe even a little bit boring.

News

Can Any of Boston’s “Oldest Continuously Operating” Landmarks Keep the Title?

The pandemic put their legacies to the test. But what’s in a name anyway?

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Health

Why Did Boston Hospitals Briefly Stop Receiving Vaccine Doses?

Yes, the supply is low. But hospitals were reaching vulnerable patients without forcing them to navigate a buggy website.

News

Secret Tips to Book Your Vaccine Appointment Online

How your neighbors are getting spots in line, and how you can do the same.

News

Boston Magazine Introduces New All-Access Subscription

The future begins today.


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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.


Technology

We Are Now at the Mercy of the Four-Armed Octopus of Doom

Trying to secure a dose of the life-saving drug that will protect you from the virus? You do not want to see this guy.

Finance

Your Primer for all the Boston Figures Connected to the GameStop Saga

One of the biggest, and strangest, stories of the year is playing out right in our backyard.

Health

What You Need to Know about Boston’s Vaccine Sites

Confused? Here’s how it works.

Sports

Tom Brady Is Feeling Loose in Tampa Off a “litTle avoCado tequila”

No one has earned a cheat day more than this guy and he obviously went for it.

Policy

Five Ways Massachusetts Ditched the Nanny State during the Pandemic

And how to keep the good news coming.

Policy

Policy

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


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Neighborhoods

I’ve Given It Some Thought, and Space Savers Are Good Now

It has nothing to do with the fact that I got a car.

Business

Five Fun Businesses that Boston Could Really Use Post-Pandemic

Cuddle rooms have worked out elsewhere, so why not here?

News

A Brief History of the $100,000 MassDOT Toilet

A look back at this infamous moment in taxpayer rage bait history.

News

“Big Deal Outta Nothin'”: Doughboy Donuts Doesn’t Care about Marty Walsh’s Big Shoutout

Thanks, the Southie institution’s owner says, but who cares?

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