We discuss the week’s top stories, including the fatal shooting of a man in Orlando with connections to Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev, an increasingly ugly Senate race, and the resignation of Lieutenant Governor Tim Murray.
A special election for the state Senate seat in the First Suffolk District is next Tuesday. Republican candidate, Joe Ureneck, is hoping voters are willing to look beyond party lines.
Chicken and Dumplings. Cheese woodchuck. Succotash. Marlborough Pie. This might sound like a feast from a turn-of-the-century New England kitchen. But in fact, these are just some of the dishes that appear in a new cookbook from Yankee Magazine’s Lifestyle Editor, Amy Traverso.
The Bruins face off against the New York Rangers tonight in Madison Square Garden for the fourth game of the Eastern Conference semifinals.
Projecting a boom in manufacturing jobs, the New England Economic Partnership releases a promising five-year forecast for Massachusetts and the region as a whole.
We’re talking about some great summer reading recommendations — many of them with a local connection to Boston and New England.
Nineteen acts will take over City Hall Plaza this weekend in the first Boston Calling Music Festival. Many are saying the event is a Vitamin D shot for Boston’s music scene and City Hall Plaza itself. We preview the bands and talk to some of the organizers to peek behind the scenes.
In Washington these days, the only thing rarer than a camera-shy politician, is a moderate one. That’s the way politics works in 2013.
In local political news today, Lt. Gov. Timothy Murray confirms his resignation from office and new TV ads in the US Senate race signal a significant shift in tone.
One of the biggest online ventures in higher education got even bigger today. Fifteen more colleges and universities, including Boston University and Berklee College of Music, have joined EdX — the not-for-profit online initiative launched a year ago by MIT and Harvard.
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