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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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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, […]
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, […]
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 […]
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 […]
With the Patriots kicking off preseason against the Washington Redskins, the national controversy surrounding a name many deem a racial slur has grown more relevant […]
After fielding complaints from residents fed up with the clutter caused by unwanted “circulars” like Globe Direct, which are tossed on their doorsteps and walkways, City Councilor […]
The Boston Globe released a new poll on Friday, with its new polling partner SocialSphere, and the Boston Herald released one Monday, with its partner […]
There is an article in the New York Times on the Boston Globe’s Pulitzer Prize win that is as interesting for its underlying dynamics as […]
Our story this month on John Henry takes a deep dive look at his decision to buy the Boston Globe and his quest to save […]
It’s been a busy few days over at Morrissey Boulevard. On Monday, the Globe’s new tech site, BetaBoston, launched. And today BostonGlobe.com finally made the […]
Maybe, but his ambitions are much grander. “I feel my mortality,” he says. So here’s his plan: He’s going to use the time he has left on earth to try to save journalism itself.