August 7, 2011
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Tips for communicating with hard-of-hearing relatives, plus turning down a free vacation.
Be careful who you resemble.
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Four summers ago, nature writer David Gessner and Dan Driscoll, a director at the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, paddled the length of the Charles River together. This excerpt from Gessner's new book, My Green Manifesto, touches on the highlights of their trip.
How my son learned to communicate and I learned to listen.
Rockport's Grammy-winning songstress Paula Cole, 43, on breaking back into the biz.
Try these simple, summery sides (or suppers).
Tales from the CityPrecious cargo
A bird on a boat, and a lesson in plants.
On the BlockHomes in Bolton
Ripe for the picking in orchard country.
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What's sexy now? Showing a little not a lot of skin.
Introverts unite over the noise of social media.
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.