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John Henry’s Globe Deletes Unflattering Line About John Henry’s Red Sox

Update: Tuesday, 9:30 p.m Since the publication of our story, the Globe has issued a clarification on Shaughnessy’s column: Because of a reporting error, an […]

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Boston 2024’s Priorities in Death Reveal Its Motives While Still Alive

Last summer, Boston 2024’s Movement Committee met to flesh out its vision of a bid that would woo the United States Olympic Committee. A portion of this meeting’s notes, […]

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Globe to Charge People Who Don’t Know How to Use Incognito Mode More

The Boston Globe is raising the price of its online edition 74 percent, or roughly 99 cents per day. The Globe has charged $3.99 a week for its […]

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Playing Nice: Are the Olympics Eroding Our Civility?

Late last night, a female journalist was called a word too often used to demean women and (futilely) invalidate their opinions. That this journalist was the tendentious Shirley […]

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Q&A with Black Mass Co-Author Dick Lehr

The official trailer for Black Mass was finally released in May, complete with a menacing Johnny Depp as gangster Whitey Bulger, a swaggering Joel Edgerton as disgraced FBI […]

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Why Does Shirley Leung Hate Boston So Much?

In an open letter to the United States Olympic Committee in Friday’s edition of the Globe, columnist and noted Walmart superfan Shirley Leung assumes the representative […]

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Outfront Media Pulling All Billboards for Armenian Genocide Denial Website [Updated]

Updated Friday, 9:10 a.m.:  On Thursday evening, the Globe’s John Gates confirmed that the ad was reviewed and met the paper’s current advertising standards. “There […]

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David Ortiz on Dan Shaughnessy: ‘The Reporter with the Red Jheri Curl’

David Ortiz is out today with a long personal essay in Derek Jeter’s Players’ Tribune defending himself against persistent rumors of performance-enhancing drug use, the best part of […]

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The Globe Takes Down Its Error-Strewn Homicide Database

Two weeks ago, we reported that a 10-year-old had taken to Twitter to correct the Globe’s online homicide database, which the newspaper had relaunched on […]

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10-Year-Old Shames the Globe into Updating Its Database of Murder Victims

Kristen Lartey was a 22-year-old recent graduate of St. John’s University, active in youth ministries and running her own nail design business when she and […]

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Four Major Institutions Partner for New HUBweek Festival

Get ready to add a big new festival to your 2015 calendar. The Globe revealed Friday morning that it’s collaborating with three major local institutions—MIT, Harvard, and Mass General—to […]

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Throwback Thursday: What People Thought Boston Would Look Like by Now

It’s December. Let’s put the Old State House Time Capsule aside for a moment. It’s a natural time to think about what our future might hold, […]

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Martha Coakley Gets a Partial Win on Foreclosures

Martha Coakley—and other homeowner advocates—got a big, if incomplete, victory earlier this week, and it’s gone oddly unnoticed by Massachusetts media. In a decision announced Tuesday, […]

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The Globe Swings and Misses

When you boil it all down, the story is that perhaps Martha Coakley was not open enough about something that she was putting in press […]

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Boston Globe Spotlight Movie Set to Receive A-List Cast

More than a year since DreamWorks Studios and Participant Media acquired the rights to make a movie about the Boston Globe’s investigation into the sex-abuse scandal into […]