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Your Guide to Perfect (and Easy) Summer Picnicking

From a blanket on the beach to a spread in your own backyard, here are the tips and recipes to create the kinds of picnics a New England summer is made of.

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Stressing Us Out

Looking to escape your growing to-do list? Sit back, relax, and tune in as we make stress less mysterious.

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Dan Kennedy's 2016 Muzzle Awards

These are just three of the stories that are featured in the 19th annual New England Muzzle Awards, our Fourth of July roundup of outrages against free speech. All that and Donald Trump, too.

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Thomas Jefferson & JFK Library’s Ernest Hemingway exhibit

Jared revisits the private papers that revealed the artist within Thomas Jefferson, The Museum of WWII in Natick, MA, the JFK Library’s Ernest Hemingway exhibit, and more.

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Mass. Democrats Led the House Sit-In — Some More Than Others

Last week’s sit-in by House Democrats surely was, as Speaker Paul Ryan derisively dubbed it, a “political stunt.”

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’Tis the Season (FINALLY) for Outdoor Dining

The time has come to sip a cool drink while indulging in the warm summer breeze. Here are eight spots where the view is as good as the food.

THE GREEKS

The Good Strife

Watch as ancient Greeks strive for excellence, strife proves to be an inescapable certainty — and it’s not long before the rising civilization and all that it promises will face its gravest tests.

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Policing the Police

Step inside the Newark Police Department — one of many troubled forces ordered to reform. Writer and historian Jelani Cobb examines allegations of police abuses and the challenge of fixing a broken relationship with the community.

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Alison Balsom and Tom Poster: Légende

The distinguished British trumpeter joins forces with her long-time collaborator in a diverse program of pieces for trumpet and piano duo.

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