When the Boston Globe wants to do a story on snowboarding it apparently heads directly to the local ski shop and talks to some skiers to get the latest news. They spoke to Adam Sanchez and his boss Mike Murphy (pictured right) at Sportworks in Duxbury about just what happened to that old white-hot sport of snowboarding. […]
The 2014 Boston Red Sox will attempt to defend their World Series crown with a new leader behind home plate. According to Peter Abraham of The Boston Globe, the Red Sox have agreed to a one-year, $8.25 million deal to bring catcher A.J. Show More Summary
By Kathy McCabe, The Boston Globe Home-based child care providers caring for the state’s poorest children would receive a 10 percent rate increase over the next three years under the terms of a first-ever contract negotiated with their union and the state.
Boston Globe Magazine examines the "wild ride" of chef/restaurateur Todd English. And by "wild ride" they mean stuff like having his flagship Olives in Charlestown, Massachusetts shuttered over a $780,000 debt. But there is an analysis of his legacy on...
Who're you calling a tank job? The Boston Celtics aren't tanking. Those who say otherwise can salute Jared Sullinger 's keister, according to the Boston Globe's Baxter Holmes: But what about Andrew Wiggins? And Jabari Parker? And everyone else? Boston doesn't care: Much ado has been made over tanking in the NBA this season, or Riggin ' for Wiggins. Show More Summary
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The Boston Globe’s editorial page today endorses a terrible idea: tolls that rise or fall depending on the time of day and the amount of traffic congestion. The editorial describes “variable tolling” as “a technology that keeps traffic manageable by raising prices during busy periods, thus giving drivers an incentive to use the highway at […]
Just think how great Whitey Bulger’s assorted porcelain cat collection would look on your coffee table. The U.S. Marshals Service plans to auction off items from Whitey Bulger’s Santa Monica, Calif. apartment, The Boston Globe reports, offering a glimpse into one of the most notorious mob bosses in history. Show More Summary
PHOTOS: Awe-inspiring moments on an African safari. http://t.co/Jx1fri6baV pic.twitter.com/jWvLRY4HHV-- The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) November 30, 2013
One of Aaron Hernandez’s various legal complications has become somewhat more complicated for the former Patriots tight end. As explained earlier this week by Wesley Lowery of the Boston Globe, Hernandez has relied on his Fifth Amendment right against self incrimination in the civil suit that claims he shot a friend in the face in…
Boston Globe Staff photographer Essdras M Suarez experienced a two week safari in Kenya and Tanzania this year. Here is a selection of what he captured and thoughts upon his return: As a photojournalist, you?re always looking to capture moments that define life. Show More Summary
In today’s Boston Globe, civil-liberties lawyer and friend of Media Nation Harvey Silverglate explains in chilling detail the constitutional underpinnings — or, rather, the absence of such underpinnings — in the 2012 conviction of Al Qaeda sympathizer Tarek Mehanna. Mehanna’s conviction … Continue reading ?
Rajon Rondo is back. Almost. The Boston Celtics All-Star point guard has been sidelined since the middle of last season with an ACL injury, and his return has been uncertain. According to the Boston Globe‘s Baxter Holmes, however, that’s on the verge of changing. A source told Holmes that Rondo is dunking again in practice [...]
The indispensable Boston Business Journal reports that John Henry may be close to selling the Telegram & Gazette of Worcester, the “other” newspaper he acquired when he purchased The Boston Globe. Craig Douglas writes that the T&G may end up … Continue reading ?
David Skok, director of Globalnews.ca and co-author of “Breaking News: Mastering the art of disruptive innovation in journalism,” is joining the Boston Globe as digital adviser to the editor. Editor Brian McGrory says in a memo that Skok “will play a key role in our upcoming push to further define our two brands — bg.com … Read More
Boston Globe via Getty Images By Marcy Bonebright, DealNews Features Writer We've all heard the Black Friday horror stories about out-of-control crowds. But is it really dangerous to head to the store on Black Friday? What steps areShow More Summary
In the New York Yankees' endless search for offense this offseason, general manager Brian Cashman may now be focusing his attention to the trade market to make a splash. Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe reports that Los Angeles Dodgers...Show More Summary
This post is by Marion Lloyd, a higher-education researcher at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. She is a former correspondent in Mexico for The Boston Globe, the Houston Chronicle, and The Chronicle of Higher Education. ————————————————————————————————– Paulo...Show More Summary
Boston-area Palestinian rights activist Nancy Murray recently wrote Boston Globe reporter Erin Ailworth about her November 17th article "In Israel, water where there was none", read their correspondence.
It shouldn't be surprising that the Boston Red Sox are expressing interest in the Los Angeles Dodgers' Matt Kemp as has been reported by the Boston Globe's Nick Cafardo. Kemp is an excellent player when healthy, and Red Sox general manager Ben Cherington should be kicking the tires on any above-average player in MLB this winter. Show More Summary