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In many ways, Daniele Lantagne of Somerville just might be the platonic ideal of a Massachusetts progressive. A Tufts University professor of community health, Lantagne’s […]
DEATH NOTICE: The Weld Republican—iconic provider of partisan balance in Massachusetts for decades—passed away on December 1, 2021. Its death was confirmed by Charlie Baker, […]
On a chilly fall day, I did my best to keep up with Dianne Wilkerson as she made her way around Boston. First, the two […]
It’s Friday morning, day four of Election Night 2020, and Steve Koczela is watching the chaos unfold much like the rest of us: by staring […]
With all due respect to FDR and the lives lost at Pearl Harbor, the day that will live in infamy, for me personally, is November […]
Per tradition over here at Boston, the usual disclaimer: Endorsements tell only part of the story in a campaign, but they do show where allegiances lie, […]
Alongside nationwide protests and amidst a worldwide pandemic, many activists are calling for people to demand change at the ballot box, by voting into office […]
On an unseasonably warm December afternoon, about 100 people crowded together inside the windowless Boston Teachers Union headquarters in Dorchester. Clad in plastic-framed glasses, untucked […]
Massachusetts’ favorite son is bucking to represent Utah in the U.S. Senate. But what’s he really running for?