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  1. Opinion: On the T, one size doesn't fit all - and costs moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Boston.com

    "One of my friends was wondering about using extra cars from the Blue Line when the weather is terrible," said Red Line rider Nicky McCatty of Brookline. "I think that's a great idea."


  2. dining out Night Market, Koy spread the flavors of Asia to BostonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 17 | Boston.com

    It began with a pork bun here and a spicy wing there. Now small plates featuring the flavors of Asia are spreading.


  3. Malcolm X, ex-BostonianRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 14 | Boston.com

    This week, on Feb. 21, we mark the 50th anniversary of one of the darkest episodes: the assassination of Malcolm X, in New York's Audubon Ballroom, an old movie palace at 165th and Broadway. For Americans already reeling from the assassination of a president, turmoil over civil rights, and the expansion of the Vietnam War in early 1965, this act of brutality confirmed that something was terribly wrong in the world's wealthiest nation.


  4. istockphoto Magazine | PerspectiveMore cheaters use handicapped parking than you'd thinkRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 11 | Boston.com

    When my doctor suggested I apply for a temporary handicapped-parking permit, my first reaction was: What, me disabled? But a severe hip ailment had made it painful to walk, even with a cane, and I would need to drive to medical and other appointments. So when my blue and white "disabled persons parking identification placard" arrived in the mail, I gratefully hung it from my rearview mirror and used it a few times.


  5. Who is exempt from the travel ban?Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 26, 2015 | Boston.com

    With a massive blizzard expected to dump a thick blanket of snow on the state, Governor Charlie Baker is banning people from the roads beginning at midnight, the MBTA will be shut down Tuesday, and flights to and from Logan International Airport will be canceled from Monday night into Wednesday. Baker's travel ban goes into effect at midnight as the storm howls.


  6. Olympics can give Boston its overdue urban transit ringRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 23, 2015 | Boston.com

    Now we need to ask what the Olympics can do for Boston, rather than what Boston needs to do to bring the Games here. What should the city demand as a consequence of hosting the Olympics? If Olympic venues can be readily transformed into public schools, day-care centers, neighborhood cultural anchors, local parks, job training and education centers, affordable housing, and perhaps even a humane homeless shelter or two, the Games would be more than worth the trouble.


  7. Don't expect traditional French escargots from Michael ScelfoRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 21, 2015 | Boston.com

    Chef Michael Scelfo developed a reputation during his four years at Russell House Tavern in Harvard Square for utilizing offal and previously undervalued animal parts. At his year-old Alden & Harlow in the old Casablanca spot, you'll find chicken livers and smoked lamb belly ribs on the menu.


  8. Evan Falchuk presses for vote on Boston OlympicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 18, 2015 | Boston.com

    Sleeves rolled to his elbows, microphone in hand at a meeting of the Boston Ethical Community, a nontheistic religious group, Falchuk bemoaned a two-party system he said doesn't represent the concerns of ordinary voters. And he trumpeted the values of his United Independent Party - including equality for everyone and the government using taxpayer money wisely, echoing issues he spoke about on the campaign trail.


  9. Names Amy Poehler is Hasty Pudding Woman of the YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 6, 2015 | Boston.com

    It looks like Amy Poehler will have another homecoming later this month. The Burlington native and Boston College grad, whose final season of "Parks and Recreation" begins on NBC next week, has been chosen by Harvard University's Hasty Pudding Theatricals as its 2015 Woman of the Year .


  10. Music reviewLake Street Dive comes homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 30, 2014 | Boston.com

    There were pompoms, college coeds in frilly dresses and leisure suits, and giant letters spelling out "LSD" tied to the balcony. And that was just in the audience.


  11. devra firstThe 2014 Boston restaurant awardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 30, 2014 | Boston.com

    Boston ate well in 2014. Wood-fired pizza, handmade pasta, and octopus appetizers were often on our plates, with a surge in Asian street food toward the end of the year.


  12. Shake Shack files for $100 million IPORead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 29, 2014 | Boston.com

    Shake Shack , the burger chain started by restaurateur Danny Meyer as a kiosk in a New York park, filed for an initial public offering in the US. With more than 63 locations from Connecticut to Dubai the chain used a $100 million placeholder for the IPO, a figure to calculate fees that may change.


  13. Editorial: For student protests, use discipline sparinglyRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 25, 2014 | Boston.com

    Seventeen-year-old Marquis Miller, part of a crowd of Boston High School students at a Black Lives Matter protest Dec. 16, speaks to fellow protesters near Dudley Square. the grand jury decisions in Ferguson, Mo., and Staten Island, N.Y., mostly peaceful protests have continued in Boston and across Massachusetts.


  14. State, city police vary in response to protestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 17, 2014 | Boston.com

    But when protesters blocked off Harvard Square earlier this month and students cut class Tuesday to descend on Downtown Crossing, police in both cities donned only their regular uniforms and neon vests, not shields and helmets, and wove through the crowds on foot and on bicycles, not in armored vehicles. "If you look like you're ready for a fight with all the gear and everything, you're going to get one," said Boston Police Commissioner William Evans.


  15. Boston Music Awards celebrate locals with cheeky humilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 14, 2014 | Boston.com

    Anyone attempting to take stock of just how seriously the Boston music scene takes itself need only look at Hallelujah the Hills' video for "I Stand Corrected." Presented as a tour of famous spots in Boston music history, the clip strings together grainy black-and-white footage of the band playing in front of various nondescript locations, while on-screen captions describe bogus, increasingly preposterous facts about nonexistent local music legends.


  16. Before winter, a parting shot from the Coffee TrikeRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 8, 2014 | Boston.com

    Alessandro "San" Bellino opened the warehouse garage door and wheeled his 500-pound steel tricycle into the dawn. With MBTA buses swerving around him, he pedaled across the Summer Street bridge, chugging toward downtown Boston for the last time this year before winter weather would make his commute unbearable.


  17. Boston-area dishes to be thankful forRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 25, 2014 | Boston.com

    It is the time of year to give thanks for all that we have - the food on our tables, the people we love. I am grateful, as ever, not just to have eaten but to have eaten so well.


  18. Magliozzi was more of a train guy than a car guyRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 12, 2014 | Boston.com

    When Tom Magliozzi called me to have coffee, he wanted to discuss an idea - and since it was his idea, it was brilliant, insightful, unique and a bit crazy. It was the late 1990s and I was handling urban transportation issues for the Conservation Law Foundation.


  19. Globe photo/File 1991 - Car Talk' co-host Tom Magliozzi dies at 77Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 3, 2014 | Boston.com

    Tom Magliozzi, the older of the two brothers whose "Car Talk" show on National Public Radio reaches millions of listeners each week, died today of complications from Alzheimer's disease. He was 77 and lived in Cambridge.


  20. Boston area to-do listRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 31, 2014 | Boston.com

    Prepare to be spooked as professional storytellers take you on a Ghost Tour to meet the spirits of Harvard Square. Hear accounts of murders and mysterious deaths.


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