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Tufts Has Purged the Sackler Name. Who Will Do It Next?

The family behind OxyContin has its name all over the country.


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Legally Purchased Vaping Products Are Also Linked to Lung Issues

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The Decade When Boston Dining Grew Up

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Five Gorgeous Old New England Homes to Tour This Weekend

These antique open houses are chock-full of character—and they’re beautiful to boot.

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Weekly Digest: Mariel Underground and Lily P’s Chicken Open, Plus More Food News

Among other newsworthy leads right now, a Wizards Beer Fest is coming.

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Here’s Your First Look at the New Orleans-Inspired Menus at French Quarter

Get ready to eat all of the gumbo (and bourbon pecan pie) when the restaurant opens in Downtown Crossing this winter.

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Hazards of Living Near Logan Airport Include Slides Falling from the Sky

Congressman Stephen Lynch is calling on the FAA to investigate what could have been a "fatal error."

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Five Apartments for Rent in and around Boston with Assigned Parking

Put away your space savers: These dedicated spots will still be yours when you get home.

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A Glowing, Swaying Field of 28,000 Lights Is Sprouting in the Seaport

Called Entre les rangs, it’s made of thousands of reflectors on sticks, and it’s the latest eye-catching installation in the neighborhood.


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Our no-holds-barred guide to the best of everything in Boston, from food to shopping to where you’ll go out with your friends.


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Over a Decade, Hip Hop Claimed a Hard-Won Seat at the Table

The city hasn’t always had the good sense to embrace what it’s good at.

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A Year in Review: The Most Memorable Stories of 2012

The only boring thing all year was every one of our sports teams.

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The City Has Ten Days to Decide Whether to Demolish Whitey Bulger’s “Haunty” House

The Boston Landmark Commission will either approve the teardown—or not.

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The New Orange Line Cars Are Making an "Uncommon Noise" Now

They’re being taken out of service again.

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Where to Find the Best Snow Day Dining Deals

Take refuge from the storm and drink up or dine out with these snow day specials.

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On the Market: An Architect’s Townhouse Filled with Lofts and Ladders

Complete with a storefront-style foyer and a pair of drafting tables.

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Dining Out: Flight of Fancy

Can a pair of on-the-rise restaurateurs convince locals to eat dinner in the middle of a hotel lobby? With Peregrine, they just might.

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Kids’ Stuff

With their latest children’s book on shelves now, Boston’s own Ben and Tonya Mezrich tell all.

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EverybodyFights Is Opening a Third Greater Boston Location

Dust off those boxing gloves.

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