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Boston Coronavirus News: Here Comes Another Month of Social Distancing, Food Delivery, and Cabin Fever

Your daily dose of COVID-19 updates.


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Small Blessings in the Time of Coronavirus

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

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This Map Shows the Total Number of COVID Cases in Each Massachusetts County


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Why Do We Need the Bowdoin Stop, Anyway?

Alone and nearly useless, its existence is a reminder that commuters deserve better, starting with the Red-Blue connector.

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Sports

How Did the PawSox End up in Pawtucket, RI, Anyway?

As the Red Sox prepare to move their top minor-league team from Pawtucket to Worcester, dive into the history behind Rhode Island’s McCoy Stadium.

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Here’s Why So Many People Are Mad at the Aquarium on Twitter

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Policy

Influencer: Varshini Prakash

This climate activist is trying to save Boston from Mother Nature—and is mobilizing legions of young voters to do it.

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Is Our Innovation Economy Doomed?

Boston’s booming tech sector depends on a dwindling number of highly skilled foreign-worker visas. Is it time to start panicking?


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Six Things Everyone Gets Wrong about the Boston Massacre

It wasn’t even a massacre, and other misconceptions about the 250-year-old killings.

Technology

Boston’s Start-Ups Will Never Be Silicon Valley Cool

And that’s a good thing.

Business

The Best and Least Boring Ideas for What to Do with the Hynes Convention Center

You don’t get an opportunity like this every day. Here’s how Boston could seize the moment.

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Why Boston Is Getting Too Bright

Development is flooding once-dark skies with light pollution, and turning Boston into the city that doesn’t sleep well.

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Transportation

Can We Ever Really Fix Bad Driving in Boston?

The new hands-free driving legislation aims to stop people from using their phones, but it won’t stop them from being jerks.

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


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“If I Could Give This Rock Zero Stars, I Would”

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Arts

Go Ahead, Take a Museum Selfie

Don’t let anyone make you feel self-conscious about posting your pics from the new MassArt museum on Instagram.

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My Lunch with the Hunger Striker Who Took on Charlie Baker

Professor Nathan Phillips put his stomach on the line to protest a controversial natural gas link. Now, he tells me about taking on the governor and why refusing to eat for two weeks is not a diet he would recommend.

Neighborhoods

New Year, New Name: Nubian Square Is Making Room for Change

Residents of the Roxbury neighborhood are optimistic about the early impact of the new title, and the difference they hope it will make.

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