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No harm in tightening limits on machine guns.
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The commencement speech I wish I’d heard.
As the pianist on the Fox musical dramedy Glee, Lexington High graduate Brad Ellis has a front-row seat to one of this season's hottest TV sensations.
Fresh ideas for green onions.
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Tales from the CityReckless shopping?
Interpreting baby talk, and the pains of being a Red Sox fan.
On the BlockOptions in Weymouth
This South Shore town offers starter homes and then some.
Fashion SnapshotLinked in
Handbags with chain straps get the gold medal.
DesigningBuilt to last
A vacation home in Westport is designed to one day be a couple’s primary residence.
Parenting TrapsWinging it
A bookish mom confesses: “I don’t read parenting books.”
Letters to the Magazine Editor
Readers sound off on some beaches that were snubbed in our Summer Travel issue, as well as the "Invisible City Council."
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.