April 10, 2011
A long time ago, in a university not far away, this MIT physicist hatched a plan for a bold experiment in space. Now, $1.5 billion and nearly two decades later, it’s finally time for one last adventure: Unlocking the deepest mysteries of the universe.
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A decade after he proposed, we're finally tying the knot.
He aced Cupid once before, so why is this guy back for more?
Lured away from dinner by messages on the computer, plus why not to overpay your nanny.
I'll take a pass on this '60s flashback.
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A look back at professional baseball's longest game
In the midst of a locker room celebration, a Red Sox pitcher gets an unexpected call.
As Genzyme is sold, its longtime CEO reflects on building – and leaving – a biotech pioneer.
New author Ashley Judd, 42, talks about Harvard and other inspirations.
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A Rhode Island menu.
Tales From the CityRough waters
Some good-natured ribbing for a young Sox fan in New York, and a child sizes up dinner.
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These homes are all former schoolhouses.
Style WatchHigh society
Toasting fashions of the cocktail hour.
Letters to Globe Magazine
Readers reflect on Charles P. Pierce’s piece on Ryan Westmoreland and “When a Half-Truth Is the Best Medicine.”
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.