August 9, 2009
The plan was ambitious but simple: Build a 9.5-mile sewer tunnel hundreds of feet below the ocean floor to help clean up Boston Harbor. But 10 years ago this summer, five divers went deep, deep into the project for one final step -- with deadly results. Their harrowing story has never been told, until now.
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There are definite advantages to heeding your internal, intuitive love clock -- even if it moves at a glacial pace.
Something’s familiar here. Can they solve the mystery?
Can you say no to repeated requests for cash? Plus negative comments targeting teenagers.
Miracles sure aren’t what they used to be.
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Live like a supermodel — or just eat, shop, and play like one — at Mrs. Tom Brady's favorite spots around town.
Somerville High graduate and Detroit Lions offensive lineman Gosder Cherilus, 25, gave a football clinic in July for kids in his hometown.
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These three homes’ great gardens will draw you in.
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Double-portion recipes (with freezing instructions) take advantage of all those beautiful vegetables.
Parenting TrapsHaving it her way
Only 2 and already a fashion plate.
DesigningLake house, take two
There’s a lot of family history built into this summer getaway spot turned year-round home.
Secondhand stores give a lift to more than just my pocketbook.
Fashion SnapshotGrowing on me
Floral accents perk up shoulders, handbags, and more.
Tales from the CityScience marches on
Smiles helping heal surgery, and the mystery of the local Boston accent.
LettersLetters to the Magazine editor
Young and diverse political candidates got readers of our July 19 issue pumped up.
This summer, the star returns to Massachusetts for some much-needed R & R.
Revisiting the 1965 murder of a white Boston minister that helped usher in the Voting Rights Act.