Our Week In Review panel featuring Shira Springer and Jim Stergios goes behind the headlines: the latest mass shooting leaves 10 dead and 7 injured at a community college in Oregon, Governor Baker announces a series of reforms for the embattled Department of Children and Families, and a new opioids law takes effect.
HUBweek Boston’s first week-long festival designed to highlight the city’s strengths at the confluence of science, art and technology.
We hear from the authors of a book on how to spend smarter to be happier.
Needham brothers John and Bert Jacobs started the Boston-based company “Life Is Good” in the mid-90s, by selling their shirt designs out of a van. Today, it’s a $100 million clothing empire.
On Beacon Hill the state Senate debated a bill aiming to take addictive medications off the streets.
Boston is a city of readers and writers — and home to many small literary journals. Literary critics James Wood and john Freeman tell us how to navigate all those options.
Gail Caldwell is the Pulitzer Prize-winning former chief book critic of The Boston Globe. In her new memoir, she reflects on her childhood in Texas, her battle with alcoholism and the losses of her mother, her best friend Caroline Knapp and her sled dog Clementine.
Two friends out in a boat in Boston Harbor recorded a video of their amazed encounter with a sunfish that has gotten more than 3 million views. We look at the business of viral videos.
In a new lawsuit, the city of Boston accuses the Wynn Casino proposal in Everett of not adequately addressing environmental impact concerns in the Boston area — specifically traffic — in Sullivan Square.
“I think we were — and are — the revolutionary society. No country, no culture, no history has ever made the progress that we’ve made on race and religion, on ethnicity, on women, on disability and also, now I think, in terms of gay rights,” said Kennedy.
Scientists have known for a while that water exists as ice in the poles of the red planet. But now, they’ve confirmed that liquid water flows on the surface as well.
Boston rapper Moufy has the fastest growing fan base of any urban artist in New England.
They’re finishing strong, but they’re still in last place.
Harpoon Brewery has made a new beer with water from the Charles River.
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