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You Can Now Spray Cake Out of a Can Thanks to These Harvard Students

Cake batter enthusiasts: rejoice. Bypassing traditional creaming and folding methods, two Harvard students have created a cake batter that rises thanks to being pumped out of a whipped cream container. Go watch the Boston Globe's interview with the cake-loving...

The Critics: Critics Devra First of The Boston...

Critics Devra First of The Boston Globe and Jonathan Gold of the Los Angeles Times weigh in on the John Tesar/Leslie Brenner fiasco. Ms. First on Tesar's tweet: This kind of response merits a shake of the head, a sigh,...

This week I learned why we laugh when tickled, and more

Read more about the facts mentioned: Why do we laugh when we're tickled (Mental Floss) JLo the water mite? Scientists name new species after pop singer (Boston Globe) Beyond black: Scientists invent the world's darkest material (TheShow More Summary

A Cold War Lesson for Iran

This article also appears in the Boston Globe Last week's death of former Soviet Foreign Minister Eduard Shevardnadze brought well-deserved tributes for his central role in bringing the Cold War to a peaceful end. After Mikhail Gorbachev...Show More Summary

Boston Globe building a ‘fixer-upper’?

Mr. @John_W_Henry. Can we sell the building sooner than later? Definitely in @BostonGlobeArts My water-logged ceiling is about to collapse. — Geoff Edgers (@geoffedgers) July 15, 2014 Earlier: Boston Globe hires a broker to sell its headquarters (bostonglobe.com)

Judge denies Hernandez's motion to suppress evidence seized in search

A Bristol Superior Court judge has denied Aaron Hernandez's motion to suppress evidence seized during a search of his home, the Boston Globe reports.

Bartolo Colon Trade Rumors: Latest Buzz and Speculation Surrounding Mets Star

As the July 31 MLB trade deadline approaches, starting pitchers will continue to be the talk of the rumor mill. You can now add another name into the mix. Nick Cafardo of The Boston Globe reports that the New York Mets could move right-hander Bartolo Colon. "The Mets are getting sniffs on Colon," writes Cafardo. Show More Summary

Palestinians Embrace Fight Song 'Strike a Blow at Tel Aviv'

Last week various Palestinian websites posted a song recorded by Shadi al-Bourini and Qassem al-Najjar titled "Strike a Blow at Tel Aviv." According to the Boston Globe, the video for the song "features images of wounded Israelis and...Show More Summary

Quotes: Reform Debate Often Detached From Schools & Parents

The policy debate has become so polarized that it often seems detached from the very people it is aimed at helping. - Joan Vennochi in The Boston Globe via Annenberg Institute

Leading? Hardly.

Well, we could scarcely expect him to say something else, but the CEO of Partners Healthcare System really went out on a limb when he told the Boston Globe:“The formation of Partners has been a great thing. Care has gotten so much better.”Well, no, it has not. Show More Summary

Union fights to strip reporting provision from campaign finance reform bill

By Frank Phillips, The Boston Globe The Massachusetts Teachers Association, the state’s largest union, is lobbying the state Senate’s Democratic leadership to strip a provision in a campaign finance reform bill that targets the influence of super PACs.

Unburnt Marijuana Odor No Longer Justifies Police Search Of Your Car In Massachusetts

Unburnt marijuana odor was once reason enough for police to proceed with a search of your vehicle. In Massachusetts, however, that is no longer the case. According to a report from the Boston Globe, the Supreme Judicial Court ruled this week that the searches couldn’t be made “because voters decriminalized small amounts of marijuana in

Rob Gronkowski Visits Boston Children's Hospital, Wears Awesome Chef's Hat

Everyone get out of the way— Gronk made food for the kids. Well, he didn ’t make it so much as serve it up freezing cold. According to Mark Shanahan of the Boston Globe, Rob Gronkowski stopped by Boston Children's Hospital this Tuesday...Show More Summary

Report: Patriots don’t want to share scouting reports on Hernandez

The Patriots’ willingness to share information they collected on former tight end Aaron Hernandez with his defense team reportedly does not extend to their scouting reports. According to the Boston Globe, an attorney for the club argued Wednesday that the Patriots should not have to give up scouting reports on Hernandez from 2009 and 2010,…

Patriots will turn over 317 pages of reports on Aaron Hernandez to lawyers

The New England Patriots have offered to turn over 317 pages of team records on accused murderer Aaron Hernandez to his lawyers, the Boston Globe reported, but are balking at handing over some pre-draft reports on the player from 2009...Show More Summary

Globe’s Catholic site, downtown move are getting closer

John Henry’s vision for The Boston Globe is slipping more and more into focus, as the paper is edging closer to launching its website covering Catholicism and moving from Dorchester to downtown Boston. The Catholic site will includeShow More Summary

Boston Globe is launching a Pope Francis/Catholic Church site next month

The Boston Globe plans an August launch for its website devoted to Pope Francis and the Catholic Church. “Don’t think of this site as the place you go to buy statues you bury in the backyard,” says Globe CEO Mike Sheehan. “It’s going to be news and analysis of all things Catholic.” Attendance is 14 … Read More

CEO Mike Sheehan says Boston Globe is profitable

CommonWealth magazine editor Bruce Mohl interviews Boston Globe chief executive officer Mike Sheehan in the just-posted summer issue. The most interesting takeaway is that the Globe, according to Sheehan, is currently profitable: The Boston Globe is a profitable enterprise. I think it can be more profitable, but it’s a profitable enterprise. Look, we’re not going to run […]

Teachers union joins Staples boycott in support of postal workers

By Chris Reidy, The Boston Globe AFT Massachusetts, a teachers union with more than 25,000 members, said Monday that it is joining a boycott of Staples Inc. in support of the American Postal Workers Union.

Boston Law Schools Shrink Enrollments, Faculties

The Boston Globe: Waning Ranks at Law Schools: Years after the end of the recession, enrollment at the nation’s law schools continues to plummet, a wrenching shift that has forced many schools to cut expenses and raised concerns about the long-term financial prospects of some.... With a difficult job...

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