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The Interview

Arts & Entertainment

The Tao of Celtics Owner Wyc Grousbeck

Wyc Grousbeck is frustrated. It’s been six months since his Celtics lost in the playoffs, failing to bring home championship No. 18, and like most […]

Arts & Entertainment

The Interview: Local TV Personality and “Meet Boston” Host Jenny Johnson

For the past two decades, Jenny Johnson has had every Boston gourmet’s dream job: Sample the top dishes from the tastiest local restaurants on TV […]

City Life

No, Cybersecurity Expert Corey Thomas Will Not Tell You His Mother’s Maiden Name

If it were up to Corey Thomas, no one’s password would ever be “password.” After all, as the chairman and CEO of the local cybersecurity […]

Arts & Entertainment

The Interview: Film Actor and “Macbeth” Star Faran Tahir

Boston holds a lot of meaning for Pakistani-American actor Faran Tahir. It’s where he earned his master’s degree in theater, where his first child was […]

City Life

The Interview: The ‘Quin House Cofounder Sandy Edgerley

Sandy Edgerley used to spend a lot of time at Clarendon Street Playground in the Back Bay, making connections with other moms as she watched […]

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The Interview: Crime-Fiction Writer Dennis Lehane

You can take the boy out of Dorchester, but you can’t take Dorchester out of the boy. Author Dennis Lehane first came to our attention […]

City Life

The Interview: Black Economic Council of Massachusetts Head Nicole Obi

Armed with a pair of degrees from MIT’s Sloan School of Management, Nicole Obi burst onto Boston’s business scene as a serial entrepreneur, founding and […]

Arts & Entertainment

The Interview: Novelist Hank Phillippi Ryan

Hank Phillippi Ryan has a confession to make: She’s tried to get away with murder 14 times so far. Mind you, she’s not talking literally: […]

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The Interview: GBH President and CEO Susan Goldberg

Can you ever have too many tote bags? For Susan Goldberg, the answer is a definitive no. So it makes sense that last month she […]

City Life

The Interview: MIT President Sally Kornbluth

With renewed concerns about diversity, affordability, and censorship on campus—to say nothing about the future of space exploration and renewable energy—there’s a lot going on […]


The Interview: Boston Public Schools Superintendent Mary Skipper

When Mary Skipper was a child, a life-threatening allergic reaction to penicillin kept her out of school for so long that she struggled with spelling, […]

City Life

The Interview: Boston Public Library President David Leonard

David Leonard doesn’t fit the stereotype of the typical library guy: In the six years since taking the helm of the BPL, the former IT […]

Arts & Entertainment

The Interview: CNN Anchor and Correspondent Audie Cornish 

In January, longtime All Things Considered host Audie Cornish shocked fans when she announced she was leaving NPR to join CNN+. Just four months later, […]

City Life

The Interview: VC Giant and Celtics Co-Owner Steve Pagliuca

What do you get the man who has everything? Well, if it’s Boston-based VC giant Steve Pagliuca, it’s either an Impossible Whopper or an Italian […]

Arts & Entertainment

The Interview: Playwright and BU Professor Kirsten Greenidge

Growing up in Arlington, Kirsten Greenidge loved theater so much that she put on shows with pals in her mom’s living room—with a concession stand, […]