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Donald Trump Addresses Robert Kraft, Tom Brady at Campaign Donors Dinner

President-elect Donald Trump gave a shoutout to New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft and quarterback Tom Brady during a dinner celebrating his campaign donors. The Boston Globe's Ben Volin shared Trump's comments Thursday: More to follow. Read more NFL news on

Winter Ticks Killing Alarming Number of Moose in New England

Field Notes Researchers believe moose range in New England could shrink northward in the future, according to a report from the Boston Globe. As part of a three-state moose study –…

Some People Taking Pain Medicine Prescribed to Pets

The Massachusetts Veterinary Medical Association is warning its members that some people are taking pain medicine prescribed to pets, according to The Boston Globe. The post Some People Taking Pain Medicine Prescribed to Pets appeared first on Partnership for Drug-Free Kids.

An Opening Date for Burro Bar, SRV Gets a Pastry Chef, and More Updates to Start the Week

Kick off the week with some mini news bites Plywood Report The Painted Burro’s forthcoming Brookline sibling, Burro Bar, will open on January 23, according to The Boston Globe. As previously reported, the Mexican restaurant will be located...Show More Summary

Some Commuters Are Unpleasantly Surprised by the Mass Turnpike’s AET Rate Structure

The Boston Globe reports, “When the state Department of Transportation announced the new toll rates on the Massachusetts Turnpike, drivers seemed to be getting a good deal. Two-thirds of trips on the highway would cost the same or less,...Show More Summary

The Critics Ate Shakshuka, Manti, Kunafe, Sashimi, and So Much More This Week

At Pressed Cafe, Moona, Stella’s, Little Donkey, and Pabu The Boston Globe’s Ellen Bhang pays a visit to Burlington to check out the new Pressed Cafe, which recently opened in The District, a mixed-use development. The fast-casual spot...Show More Summary

The Opioid Epidemic from Two Different Viewpoints: The Living and The Dead

Credit: M. Scott Brauer for The New York Times There’s more than one way to tell a story, especially when that story is the opioid epidemic ravaging the nation. STAT, an online publication owned by Boston Globe Media, took a look at the death toll of the opioid crisis by searching and other sources … Continued

Quote of the Day

“There’s 50 less pounds of me to hate.” — Maine Gov. Pauk LePage (R), quoted by the Boston Globe, after undergoing weight loss surgery.

Massachusetts Judge Urged to Stop Attempt to Legalize Assisted Suicide

In late October 2016, two doctors filed a court case challenging the Massachusetts assisted suicide law in order to give them the right to prescribe lethal drugs for assisted suicide. Patricia Wen of the Boston Globe reported, on January 9, that Attorney General Maura Healey and Cape & Islands District Attorney Michael O’Keefe urged the […]

Vince Wilfork: Latest News, Rumors, Speculation on DT's Possible Retirement

After 13 NFL seasons, Houston Texans nose tackle Vince Wilfork said Tuesday he is considering retirement. According to Jim McBride of the Boston Globe, Wilfork said the following regarding the decision-making process: "It's tough toShow More Summary

Liability roundup

Florida convict blames Verizon for letting him steal man’s identity [WFTV] Carving the carcass: class-action lawyers’ fee-ing frenzy [Boston Globe, Daniel Fisher] Allianz report on state of directors and officers’ liability insurance...Show More Summary

Obama and Trudeau Don’t Count for Reasons

  From The Boston Globe comes this puzzling report on unconscious biases people have toward politicians. The headline (Study: The Democrats may have had JFK, but you’re more likely to find good-looking politicians among Republicans.) is pure clickbait but once you read, you may find yourself more confused than angry. The Democrats may have had […]

Patriots are huge favorites over Texans, #asexpected

With the Steelers beating the Dolphins, the Texans will play at New England on Saturday night. As expected, the Patriots are huge favorites to win the game. Via Ben Volin of the Boston Globe, the Patriots opened as 16-point favorites over the Texans. Don’t be shocked if the line moves as people take the Pats…

HOWIE CARR IS NOT IMPRESSED with the Boston Globe’s plan to go from “paper of record” to “organizati…

HOWIE CARR IS NOT IMPRESSED with the Boston Globe’s plan to go from “paper of record” to “organization of interest.” I’m not sure what that means, and neither is Howie: In a memo to his decimated staff this week, editor Brian McGrory says the Globe will no longer be the “paper of record” (as if […]

The Critics Ate Pasta and Other Italian Food This Week

At UpperWest and Molinari’s The Boston Globe’s Sacha Pfeiffer pays a visit to UpperWest. There, she writes, she “found [her] favorite new restaurant of the year.” The North Cambridge restaurant is more of a “wine bar that serves some wonderful food,” she notes. Show More Summary

Warren Will Run Again

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) announced this morning that she is running for reelection in 2018, the Boston Globe reports. Said Warren: “The people of Massachusetts didn’t send me to Washington to roll over and play dead while Donald Trump and [...]

With its subscribers Facebook group, The Boston Globe is mining the stickiest corners of the platform

The Boston Globe’s Facebook page is approaching half a million likes. But for a regional outlet that’s staked its future on paying subscribers, glancing interest from Facebook users doesn’t then turn into a pipeline for loyal readers and subscribers. “We’ve squeezed all the water out of the Facebook page stone — where the pages are...

More Than Half of U.S. Doctors Reducing Opioid Prescriptions: Survey

A new survey finds more than half of U.S. doctors are reducing the number of opioid prescriptions they write. Almost 10 percent have stopped prescribing opioids altogether, The Boston Globe reports. The post More Than Half of U.S. Doctors Reducing Opioid Prescriptions: Survey appeared first on Partnership for Drug-Free Kids.

Apprentice 's Omarosa to Land White House Job

The Boston Globe wasn't terribly far off with its satirical prediction that Donald Trump would name Apprentice contestant Omarosa Manigault as education secretary. Manigault is expected to nab a job in Trump's White House focusing on public engagement, sources tell the AP. A member of the transition team's executive committee,...

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