July 26, 2009
When's the right time to start a family? To this generation, it's never too late.
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Going through the pain of my father-in-law's death, my own marriage grew in ways big and small.
They like to hike and bike. Can they share in more adventures?
When another mother expects day care on call, plus forced wedding congratulations.
When I'm 85, I'd gladly take a driving test.
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Discuss Have tips on organizing large family trips?
A family trip involving several generations can lead to precious memories -- if you can organize one without killing your relatives first. Here are some pointers from a pro.
It happened 40 years ago next month. Three New Englanders who were there look back.
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First PersonEquality quest
A gay Cuban-American dad and former state legislator, 39-year-old Jarrett Barrios of Jamaica Plain is the next president of the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation.
The age-defying boomers are still going strong. Too strong.
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These Manchester-by-the-Sea homes offer boatloads of charm.
Tales from the CityHat tricks
An unknowing Yankees fan meets a Sox fan in Tuscany, and shock ensues when a secret about video games is revealed.
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Summer hats have wide, wide appeal.
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The Duxbury Bay Maritime School has a splashy new building.
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Sometimes it's easier just to hit "delete."
Letters to the magazine editor
Readers weigh in on eating local.
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.