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Bush 41 remains in hospital for Christmas

George H.W. Bush remains hospitalized after experiencing shortness of breath Tuesday — The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) December 25, 2014

A tale of redemption jumps from the Herald to the Globe

Nestor Ramos has a lovely story of redemption in today’s Boston Globe — the story of Michael Griswold, who overcame addiction in order to make a life with his now-8-year-old son, Jameal. What caught my eye, though, was the unusual way in which the Globe acknowledged that its story wasn’t the first. Toward the end […]

Dinner Lab Expands to Boston; dineLA Unleashes Restaurant List

And a sneak peek inside NYC's hotly anticipated Ramen Lab. BOSTON— The New Orleans-based, members-only supper club Dinner Lab is heading to Boston: According to the Boston Globe, the pop-up will host its first Boston-area event on February 20. Show More Summary

Dwyane Wade Injury: Updates on Heat Star's Knee and Return

Dwyane Wade sat out Sunday's game vs. Boston with a knee injury. The Heat star was originally a game-time decision, via Gary Washburn of the Boston Globe, but was eventually ruled out, via A. Sherrod Blakely of It's no secret that Wade's body is slowly breaking down on him. Show More Summary

Matt Wieters Injury: Updates on Orioles Star's Recovery from Elbow Surgery

The Baltimore Orioles received some excellent news on Sunday. Matt Wieters' agent, Scott Boras, expects Wieters be ready to play by Opening Day this season. Nick Cafardo of The Boston Globe tweeted the news: Wieters played just 26 games last season but was off to a hot start, hitting.308 with five home runs, 18 RBI and 13 runs scored. Show More Summary

Celtics to trade All-Star Rajon Rondo to Dallas Mavericks, reports say

The Boston Celtics and Dallas Mavericks have finalized a trade that will send All-Star point guard Rajon Rondo to the Western Conference, according to a  report in the Boston Globe.

An Uber Driver Allegedly Raped A Female Passenger In Boston

A Boston-based Uber driver was arrested Wednesday for allegedly raping and kidnapping a passenger earlier this month, the Boston Globe reports. The driver, Alejandro Done, allegedly picked up the young woman on Dec. 6, according to a statement from the Middlesex County District Attorney’s Office. Show More Summary

The Globe’s Ideas section loses its editor and a reporter

My former Boston Phoenix colleague Steve Heuser, who has edited The Boston Globe’s Ideas section for the past three years, is headed for Politico. I’m sure it’s not a coincidence that Steve worked closely with Politico executive editor Peter Canellos when Canellos was at the Globe. Also leaving: Ideas reporter Leon Neyfakh, who’s headed for Slate. Here’s Globe editorial-page […]

Dachel Media Update: Boston Massacre? Targeting Patient Centered Pediatricians

By Anne Dachel Read Anne's commentary and view the links after the jump. The Dachel Media Update is sponsored by Lee Silsby Compounding Pharmacy and OurKidsASD, an online supplement retailer for Dec 15, 2014, Boston Globe: On the Front Lines...

Boston Globe’s Stephen Heuser to Lead Politico’s New Policy Project

Boston Globe’s Ideas section editor Stephen Heuser is heading to Politico where he will head up “The Agenda,” the site’s new policy project, Susan Glasser wrote in a staff memo. Heuser, a Yale grad and longtime Globe staffer, will work...Show More Summary

Hernandez lawyers worry about “stealth jurors”

With jury selection in first murder case against Aaron Hernandez due to begin in fewer than three weeks, Hernandez’s lawyers have a new concern. Stealth jurors. According to John R. Ellement of the Boston Globe, Hernandez’s lawyers fear that folks looking for notoriety or excitement will try to slip through the jury selection process in…

Anonymous Do-Gooder Handing Out $100 Bills to Fast-Food Workers

A Secret Santa is making the holidays bright for fast-food employees in Massachusetts. Fast-food employees in Hyannis, Massachusetts have been benefiting from a local "secret Santa," of sorts: The Boston Globe reports workers at five...Show More Summary

It’s About Time Someone Pointed Out What A Racket Prenatal Tests Can Be

The Boston Globe ran a story this week about the overselling of prenatal tests and the troubling outcome this is having for women. A range of these new tests have not been FDA approved and many doctors don't even understand how to interpret the results. Show More Summary

They Got Abortions When the Test Said Their Baby Would be Disabled, But The Tests Were Wrong

The pro-life movement has been raising the ugly specter of abortions on babies with disabilities for years and now a new article in the Boston Globe confirms that the tests supposedly showing a baby having a mild or sever disability may be wrong. Calling unborn babies defective if they are prenatally diagnosed with genetic conditions […]

Meet The Most Senior Flight Attendant In The World

The Boston Globe ran a fun story over the weekend about Bette Nash, a 79 year old US Airways flight attendant who has been flying for 57 years. That possibly makes her the longest serving active flight attendant in the world. Here'sShow More Summary

Shorties (Ha Jin on His New Novel, An L7 Reunion, and more)

Ha Jin discussed his new novel A Map of Betrayal with the Boston Globe. Read an excerpt. L7 is planning a reunion. 34 online "best books of 2014" lists were added to the master aggregation at Largehearted Boy Friday (bringing...

James Young Injury: Updates on Celtics Guard's Shoulder and Return

Boston Celtics rookie James Young has been limited to five games this season and could be on the shelf for a lot longer with a shoulder injury. According to Gary Washburn of The Boston Globe, Young underwent an MRI that revealed a small...Show More Summary

LIBEL BAIT? Editor designed T-shirts mocking Harvard professor. “An editor for the Bos…

LIBEL BAIT? Editor designed T-shirts mocking Harvard professor. “An editor for the Boston Globe’s who wrote an unverified story accusing a Harvard professor of firing off a ‘racist’ email is facing scrutiny for peddling T-shirts mocking him for a flap over a $4 Chinese food charge. deputy editor Hilary Sargent designed the […]

18th-century time capsule buried by Paul Revere and Samuel Adams pulled out of Mass. State House

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A time capsule dating back to 1795 was extracted on Thursday from underneath a cornerstone at the Massachusetts State House, the Boston Globe reported. WCVB-TV reported that, according to historical records, the capsule was originally buried under the cornerstone by then-Gov. Samuel Adams, Paul...

Two leaky lifeboats strapped together?

Priyanka Dayal McCluskey and Robert Weisman at the Boston Globe report that Boston Medical Cemter and Tufts Medical Center are considering a merger, "a deal that, if approved, would be the biggest union of Boston teaching hospitals in...Show More Summary

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