October 18, 2009
More than two decades ago, a governor showed a prisoner leniency, with horrifying results. Our justice system hasn’t been the same since.
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It became a test of sorts: How would boyfriends react to my dad being gay?
How will two high school teachers grade their own date?
When celebrants question your lack of alcohol, plus should you say no to posh parties?
Someone remind me homeownership is good.
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There were incredible highs (overtime wins, boozy celebrations in Faneuil Hall) and miserable lows (doubting teammates, A hotel-room sob session). In this exclusive excerpt from their forthcoming book, Larry Bird and Magic Johnson recount their rivalry during the 1984 NBA Finals.
Five years ago . . . the Yankees . . . three games to none. A Red Sox player who lived the miracle looks back.
Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Richard Russo will discuss his new book, That Old Cape Magic, as part of the first Boston Book Festival this Saturday.
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Dinner is a wrap -- hot, hearty, and smothered in rich chili sauce.
Tales from the CityA sweet start
A great start to the Jewish New Year, and backpack excitement found in Maine.
On the BlockMerry options
View the Merrimack River from one of these waterfront homes.
Fashion SnapshotHold everything!
Big bags can be functional and attractive.
DesigningKind of blue
A trip to Morocco inspires a tiny cobalt-accented oasis in Beacon Hill.
Parenting TrapsThe power of treats
Defining the rules by bending them a little.
Letters to the Magazine editor
Letters to the Globe Magazine editor.
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.