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

    Yesterday | 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.


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

    Sunday Dec 14 | 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.


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

    Monday Dec 8 | 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.


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

    Tuesday Nov 25 | 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.


  5. 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.


  6. 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.


  7. 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.


  8. Reserve app gets you seated at that tableRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 28, 2014 | Boston.com

    The Reserve app will get you a reservation, bill your credit card - and Boston is one of its launch cities. You have probably been part of this scenario: You want a restaurant reservation but without the hassle of calling around to find a table.


  9. Onsite manicures draw concern from regulatorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 14, 2014 | Boston.com

    A startup that dispatches manicurists to offices in Boston and other cities is attracting scrutiny from the Massachusetts board that licenses cosmetologists and nail salons. At issue: whether it's legal - and fair - for New York-based Manicube to offer manicures outside of a licensed nail salon.


  10. 5 things to do in and around Boston from Oct. 6-12Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 4, 2014 | Boston.com

    For its retrospective "Goya: Order and Disorder," the Museum of Fine Arts Boston draws from its own collection as well as loans of the Spanish master's works from museums in the United States and Europe. Divided into eight thematic sections, the exhibition, running October 12 - January 19, includes more than 160 paintings, prints, and drawings spanning the artist's career.


  11. Week ahead: MusicRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 8, 2014 | Boston.com

    FLEETWOOD MAC Reunited, and it feels so good. After more than 15 years without her, the Mac returns with singer-keyboardist Christine McVie in the lineup, which surely means more of her songs will filter into the set list.


  12. Richard Mia PerspectiveLoud, messy, vital: In defense of college studentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 24, 2014 | Boston.com

    Not long ago, I found myself at UMass Boston. I hadn't been on the campus in a while.


  13. Tom Keane: High-end housing can exist without high-end pricesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 22, 2014 | Boston.com

    It's not that they don't like rich people. But they worry the middle class is getting priced out and they fear a city of just the rich and the poor.


  14. Cambridge vs. Bridj: Don't protect status quoRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 11, 2014 | Boston.com

    But efforts by the City of Cambridge to restrict the transportation startup Bridj from operating in the city go beyond the usual hesitation about the unknown. Because Bridj, an on-demand, data-driven bus service, could prove hugely helpful in easing congestion in the jam-packed city, Cambridge should embrace the idea, not stand in the way.


  15. Aprons inspire kitchen jump-startRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 26, 2014 | Boston.com

    The September restart is upon us. Which means the cover goes back on the grill, the cookbooks come off the shelf, and the range starts to look a little less lonely.


  16. Anatomy of the Market Basket meltdownRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 20, 2014 | Boston.com

    Local CEOs, the former US secretary of labor, a MIT Sloan professor, and more offer their reflections on the company's disastrous summer.


  17. Skyrocketing rent has tenants searching outside cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 16, 2014 | Boston.com

    Abigail Hammond is at a loss for words. Her makeshift family is falling apart. An upended sofa stands in the living room in her first-floor Inman Square apartment - a reminder that one of her roommates is moving out.


  18. Summer markdowns are everywhereRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 6, 2014 | Boston.com

    Pop-up women's clothing wholesaler Designers Circus will be open this Saturday with steep markdowns on spring and summer styles.


  19. Anderson bridge proposal backedRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 4, 2014 | Boston.com

    The state Department of Transportation is backing a proposal long championed by advocates to build an underpass for pedestrians and cyclists on the Boston side of the Anderson Memorial Bridge, which crosses the Charles River and connects Allston with Harvard Square.


  20. Walter Gropius's lost architectural dream for IraqRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 2, 2014 | Boston.com

    The purported Biblical tomb of Jonah was a recent casualty. These depressing acts of destruction can be seen on video, as the militants combine high-tech capability with their desire to take Iraq back, if not quite to the Stone Age, then to somewhere comfo Not too many years ago, within living memory, Iraq stood for the exact opposite idea.


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