City Life

Mike Sherman’s Fifth Quarter

After 33 years coaching NFL and college all-stars, former Green Bay Packers coach Mike Sherman wasn’t sure he had much to learn from a bunch of high school football players on the Cape. He was wrong.

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The Sex Machine

How did Jon Gross, a middle-aged New England plumbing-supplies salesman, become America’s king of swingers?


Can KJ Seung Change How the World Treats Tuberculosis?

KJ Seung has chased one of history’s most prolific killers across the globe, from Peru to Lesotho to North Korea. Can he change how the world treats tuberculosis?

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John Donovan and the Ghosts of War

Former naval officer John Donovan returned from Vietnam haunted by a dark secret. Now, nearly 50 years later, he is trying to make peace with his role in a war he can’t forget.

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Can Coach Brad Stevens Put the Celtics Together Again?

Can coach Brad Stevens put the Celtics together again?

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Joe Gibbons, the Bank-Robbing Filmmaker

Is former MIT instructor Joe Gibbons an artist who robs banks—or a thief who makes art?

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‘I’m Robert Kraft. Do You Know Who I Am?’

He has billions of dollars, the winningest NFL team this millennium, and a reputation for boundless generosity. So why is Robert Kraft so desperate for our attention?

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Police Chief Leonard Campanello’s New Fight Against the Heroin Crisis

After 25 years of fighting a losing war on drugs, Gloucester Police Chief Leonard Campanello finally had enough. To save lives, he took matters into his own hands.

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Bernie Sanders Is Cold As Ice

He’s chilly with staff, frosty with fans, and regularly ices out reporters. So how is the socialist firebrand from Vermont suddenly torching Hillary Clinton in the race for president?

Arts & Entertainment

Malcolm Rogers Has Left the Building

Which raises the question: Did he save the MFA? Or ruin it?

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Mad Women

How three superstar Boston execs overcame the social costs of being a woman in the workplace.

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The Unstoppable Maura Healey

The fledgling politician trounced a Democratic insider in the race for attorney general. Now she’s going after casinos, the Olympics, overpaid CEOs, and the opiate epidemic. And she’s just getting started.

City Life

Greg Selkoe’s Bad Karma

Greg Selkoe built the nation’s hippest online clothing company into a $127 million e-commerce titan. When Karmaloop filed for bankruptcy in March, everyone wanted to know: How did it all go wrong?

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The Tao of Scott Zolak

Beers, balls, a Beetle, and Brady, baby: How Scott Zolak went from Pats backup to the best seat in the house.

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Pedro Martinez’s Greatest Game

A look back at when Pedro Martinez shocked the world with a comeback that lives for the ages.