January 9, 2011
For nearly two years, Laura Sen has been CEO of BJ’s Wholesale Club, a Fortune 500 company where sales are up and shareholders are seeing their portfolios grow. But just when she’s getting started, is the company going to be sold out from under her?
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That's what an elite runner told the author after a Boston half marathon when he saw him in his funny-looking "minimal" running shoes. As he limped away, David Abel wondered why the shoe company hadn't told him the same thing.
Through free programs at the state's public libraries, kids read aloud (to dogs), seniors gather for classic films, and audiences sing along to Irish music – and that's just the start.
MassArt student Allie Simons, 24, created posters for Project ME, an HIV/AIDS outreach program at Roxbury’s Whittier Street Health Center.
cookingA better way to snack
In an excerpt from The Cleaner Plate Club, cookies, popcorn, and even chips you won’t regret giving to your kids.
PerspectiveA test of our constitution
Congress is back at work. But if we keep underfunding social studies, will students even understand what the Legislature does?
On the BlockCharm to spare
These single-family Victorians are loaded with period details.
All around Boston, women are going wild for leopard prints.
Tales From the CityIt's all relative
Target weight and did Paul Revere like Italian food?
Letters to the Magazine Editor
Readers weigh in on child care conundrums and a cause for hope.
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.