The Election That Changed Everything For American Women

The 2008 election did not give us our first woman President, yet the astonishing, exhilarating campaign was still transformative for American women and for the nation. Rebecca Traister discusses what that historic campaign meant for all of us.


Boston Symphony Orchestra

Hadelich Plays Sibelius

From Tanglewood, Augustin Hadelich is the soloist in the Violin Concerto by Sibelius, and Andris Nelsons conducts Beethoven's Symphony No. 7.

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Craving Boston

Eating Greek in Boston — 5 Authentic Spots to Try Now

If you're dreaming of a vacation to the Greek Isles but plane tickets aren't in the cards, you can at least take your taste buds there. From hearty gyros to classic ouzo to comforting avgolemono, check out these 5 spots.



Bloomberg Sets the Tone and Hillary Drives It Home

By framing the contest between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump as a clash between sanity and insanity, Bloomberg provided a framework not only for Clinton’s acceptance speech but for the rest of the campaign.


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Head to Winthrop for BBQ and Super Subs on the Beach

Bourdain introduced Belle Isle Seafood to the world, but this quiet beach town has plenty of other good eats.

Front Row Boston

Newport Folk Festival: Sunday Highlights

This year’s eclectic and inventive mix of artists included hip-hop and comedy acts, rock bands and gospel choirs, delighting the musically adventurous and dismaying old-school folk-music purists.


MBTA Police Seek Semi-Automatic Rifles for Emergencies

Transit Police Superintendent Richard Sullivan told the MBTA's Fiscal Management Control Board Monday that he doesn't want to have to order his officers into what could be an unfair firefight.


Black Lives Matter in Brazil: Boston Delegates Protest Before Olympics

In the run up to the games, critics say police have wrongly targeted multiple Afro-Brazilians in the city's shantytowns, known as favelas

Craving Boston

7 Tasty Prepared Foods From Local Farmers' Markets

Show love to small-batch local foodmakers (and your taste buds!) with these 7 prepared foods from area farmers’ markets.

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