July 11, 2010
One in 10 Catholics nationwide has left the church, and the number of adherents in Massachusetts is slipping. One follower explains why, despite grave doubts about the institution’s leadership, he refuses to give up the faith.
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They want to see the country. Is a joint road trip in their future?
What to do when confronted with a former friend, plus questions that invade your privacy.
Lobster boats aren’t what they used to be.
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Chat transcript New England dams and rivers
To some, dams are quaint, historic, and a boon for birds. To others, they cause flooding, harm fish, and meddle with nature. Can one town sort it all out?
It’s absolutely useless. Well, aside from a few exceptions.
Rizzoli & Isles, a TV series based on the novels of Maine author Tess Gerritsen, 57, debuts tomorrow on TNT.
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Celebrate Bastille Day with a menu to enjoy en plein air.
Tales from the CityUn-mellow yellow
A laugh over cycling outfits, and a mother's wisdom imparted.
On the BlockNice and compact
These one-bedroom condos offer an efficient urban living option.
Fashion SnapshotThree cheers
Both men and women swear by patriotic threads.
DesigningIt’s a breeze
A Provincetown addition preserves a pedigreed view.
Parenting TrapsMaking allowances
Can you clothe a growing teen without breaking the bank – or ruining your relationship?
Letters to the Magazine Editor
Readers sound off on the need for a lieutenant governor, Bruins fans, and more.
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.