January 17, 2010
There is beauty all around, as these memorable images by Boston Globe staff photographers can attest. Here, they share the stories behind their photos.
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Even though I split from my husband, couldn’t our social circle remain unbroken?
When two only children meet for tapas, will they find it fun to share?
Telling a co-worker you disagree, plus accommodating candle-sensitive guests.
Sleep New Salem is a model for us all.
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These four images beat out 148 other entries in the reader photo contest we hosted last month with RAW, Boston.com's home for amateur photographers. Our theme was New England beginnings.
No matter what I shoot, I get a clearer picture of my own flaws.
Scituate native Nick Flynn, 49, reads from his new book, The Ticking Is the Bomb, a meditation on the Abu Ghraib scandal and personal demons, at Berklee’s Cafe 939 Wednesday.
More in this issue
CookingMore beef stew
In this third annual installment, more flavorful ways to fill up and stay warm.
Tales from the CityRoute 1 rescue
Kindness after a gas station gaffe, and a child's knowledge of fruit.
On the blockBeachy keen
These homes -- all in Scituate -- offer a taste of seacoast living.
Fashion SnapshotKnit and easy
Slim men’s sweaters telegraph a cool vibe.
A South End couple save big -- and spend, when necessary -- on a major restoration.
Parenting TrapsA second-born solution
The argument for tailored, unequal treatment.
Letters to the Magazine Editor
Readers sound off the Bostonian of the Year, and a recent Coupling column that hit home.
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.