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The Other Side of Enlightenment

Radio legend Charles Laquidara had an urgent request for Somerville cult expert Steve Hassan: Rescue his son, Ari, who’d become blindly devoted to the mystical Dahn Yoga community. Three years later, it’s unclear just who’s not seeing the truth.

City Life

How the Harvard Kennedy School Abandoned America

And just when we need it most.

Home & Property

Not in Newton’s Back Yard: Affordable Housing in Newton

Well-heeled progressives champion liberal ideals, including housing the homeless. Just don’t try it in their neighborhood.

City Life

Base Boston: Rape and Sexual Assault in the Coast Guard

It’s the headquarters for the Coast Guard’s entire First District. It’s where many victims of sexual assault in the service get sent. And it’s where, all too often, their military careers then come to an end.

City Life

Best of Boston 2020: The COVID-19 Heroes Edition

Jump to: Abhishek Gupta Leonard Lee Jerome Crowley Declan Houton Sheila Kennedy and J. Frano Violich Ieasha James Abhishek Gupta Grocer, Kurkman’s Market Most people […]

City Life

Boston Strong

In this exclusive excerpt from Dave Wedge and Casey Sherman’s forthcoming book—recently picked up by 20th Century Fox—the authors recount the harrowing and heroic stories of Boylston Street’s first responders.

Best Docs 2007 List: N

Nephrology Edward A. AlexanderBoston University Medical CenterDepartment of Nephrology720 Harrison Ave., Suite 420Boston, 617-638-7480 Robert M. BlackWorcester Medical CenterRenal Medicine123 Summer St., Suite 380Worcester, 508-363-6126 […]

Education

Should Your Kid Be Taking Russian Math?

On a January afternoon at the Russian School of Mathematics headquarters, a 6,500-square-foot bilevel brick building in a Newton corporate office park, Inessa Rifkin leads […]

Buddy Fletcher: Financial Genius — or a Fake?

Young, African American, and rich, Buddy Fletcher was a dream alumnus for Harvard. And then his whole world came tumbling down.

City Life

Vineyard Vines: Paradise for Sale

How two manhattan suits stole the soul of New England and turned Vineyard Vines into a billion-dollar empire.

Does This Woman Need A Facelift?

“Do your nasolabial folds bother you?” “My what?” Renee Bennett O'Sullivan, a Wellesley cosmetic surgeon with a predilection for medical jargon, traced the lines traveling […]

Ted Kennedy’s Living History

Ted Kennedy, remembered.

City Life

Les Otten’s Last Resort

Once upon a time, Les Otten saved Fenway Park. Now the former Red Sox co-owner is facing an even steeper challenge: turning a derelict ski resort into the largest retreat for the wealthy New England has ever seen.

Restaurants

Top New Restaurants in Boston 2016: The List

From South End indie-Indian fusion to hipster Jewish deli in Kendall, presenting our road-tested, thoroughly vetted, highly subjective guide to the 25 new tables most […]

City Life

Why Harvard University Is Failing at Everything

It was an early moment of truth in the fledgling Harvard presidency of Claudine Gay. Called to testify in front of Congress about rising incidences […]