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Is Boston’s Economy Doomed?

Hybrid schedules and fewer office workers are causing buildings in Boston to sit empty and property values to plummet, which could mean less tax revenue, fewer city services, and ultimately fewer residents. Welcome to the “Doom Loop.” What are our leaders doing to stop it?


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“Free Karen Read” Blogger Turtleboy Will Not Go Quietly

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The 150 Most Influential Bostonians of 2024

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Remembering the Real Victim in the Karen Read Case, My Friend John O’Keefe


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Once Upon a Time, We Never Needed the Words “Boston Strong”

The saying helped unite a broken-hearted city when we needed it most. WBZ-TV’s Jon Keller wonders: what does phrase mean 10 years later?

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Inside the Embrace Gala, a Black-Tie-And-Sneakers Soiree

Plus, a Winter Walk fundraiser at the American Repertory Theater and the 34th annual Boston Wine & Food Festival.

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Boston Received 16 National City and Regional Magazine Award Nominations for 2022

We’re very excited. (Yay, us.)

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A New Glossier Store Is Opening on Newbury Street

This is the beauty brand’s first permanent location in Boston.

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“We Will Finish the Race”: The Making of Boston’s Iconic Marathon Shoes Cover

Moments after the bombings rocked Boylston Street, Boston magazine’s staff knew they needed to create a new cover image for its May issue. The rest is literally history. Here’s how they did it.

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Boston Police Warn St. Patrick’s Day Revelers About Drink-Spiking

The city’s mysterious roofies crisis continues, with BPD officials receiving 25 reported incidents of contaminated drinks so far in 2023.


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The Best Public High Schools in Greater Boston 2023

The Best Public High Schools in Greater Boston 2023

We crunched the numbers to come up with our annual guide to the top-performing schools in the region.

Our 2023 Boston Power List

Our 2023 Boston Power List

This year's ranking reflects the city's changing dynamics: nearly half of the power players are women.


Opinion

Boston Deserves Better than Fenway Park. Sorry Not Sorry.

Yes, America’s oldest ballpark is historic. But if we’re going to love everything from 1912, why don’t we also celebrate child labor, ice delivery, and smallpox?

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Back Bay Chatelaine Anne Fitzpatrick Channels Her Inner Isabella Stewart Gardner

Dispatches from two highly splashy, back-to-back soirees. Plus, the ninth-annual Excessive Fashion show.

Guides

An Early-Risers Guide to Boston

What to eat, drink, and do at daybreak.

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The Interview: Black Economic Council of Massachusetts Nicole Obi

The Black Economic Council of Massachusetts Head on how Boston can level the playing field for entrepreneurs, the city’s racist reputation, and her time at MIT’s Sloan School of Management.

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The Real, Essential Backstory of ‘the Embrace’

To some, the Martin Luther King Jr. monument is a symbol of love, unity, and overcoming the city’s racist past. For others, it’s a sign that Boston hasn’t learned anything. But few know the polarizing public sculpture’s true significance.

Marathon Bombings 10th Anniversary

Marathon Bombings 10th Anniversary

Our Top 20 Stories in 2022

Our Top 20 Stories in 2022

What you clicked on the most last year.


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The Mystery of Boston’s Drink-Spiking Crisis

Hallucinations downtown. Blackouts in Brighton. Trips to the ER all over Boston. Is something frightening happening in the city’s nightclubs?

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Alexander McQueen Comes to Boston

The new concept store in Copley Place is only one of the brand’s nine locations on the East Coast.

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Inside the New SoWa Art + Design Center in the South End

The 500 Harrison Avenue complex has emerged as a hub of Boston’s design district.

Personal Essay

The Case Against Trying To ‘Have It All’

Former TV news anchor Jackie Bruno had a loving marriage, great kids, and a career she’d worked her whole life for. But she couldn’t rest until she landed her dream job—and it nearly ruined everything.

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