Sen. Bernie Sanders “drew huge crowds in Massachusetts on Saturday as he sought to attract donors and build a political infrastructure that will boost his campaign a month after the first two states vote,” the Boston Globe reports. “Sanders addressed [...]
If you get the print edition of The Boston Globe, you’ll notice something different today. The paper has undergone a considerable redesign — it looks much more like a magazine, and the Metro section starts on page two. A lifestyle section called Good Life comes after the A-section. At 42 pages, the paper is 10 pages […]
What on earth do you do when you stumble upon your best girlfriend’s husband’s Grindr profile? That’s what one Boston woman wants to know. The woman recently wrote into advice columnist Meredith Goldstein at The Boston Globe to share her tale of woe and find out how to navigate the sticky situation. Related: Straight Man Seeks Advice After Sleeping With […]
Co-authored by Katie Eelman, media & events coordinator at Papercuts J.P. This week, readers around the globe have been celebrating the written, uncensored word during Banned Books Week. Here in Boston, Katie Eelman and Katie Li, two...Show More Summary
Here’s a look at some of the best images taken by Globe photographers last month including an eclipse of a supermoon, Medal of Honor recipients visiting Boston, a 90-year-old’s trek up Mt. Washington, and the start of the Patriots regular...Show More Summary
The Oscar hopeful Spotlight, which hits theaters November 6, tells the story of a tenacious team of investigative reporters at the Boston Globe who unraveled the Catholic priest abuse scandal back in the early aughts. The based-on-true-events...Show More Summary
The New Orleans Saints have been in search of depth at tight end ever since trading Jimmy Graham to the Seattle Seahawks, but they made a move to try to solve that problem Wednesday afternoon. According to the Boston Globe's Ben Volin, the Saints agreed to acquire tight end Michael Hoomanawanui from the New England Patriots. Show More Summary
You're gonna want to put down that phone after seeing this. John Blanding, assistant chief photographer for the Boston Globe, captured a priceless photo of a crowd outside Coolidge Corner Theater in Brookline, Massachusetts, on Sept. Show More Summary
For the second time this week, the Patriots have made a trade. This time it’s New England sending tight end Michael Hoomanawanui to the Saints, Ben Volin of the Boston Globe reports. The 27-year-old Hoomanawanui was a fifth-round draft pick of the Rams out of Illinois in 2010 and has been with the Patriots since…
Just published: In This Together by Ann Romney. Boston Globe: “In an age in which we want our politicians and their families to put it all out there, Romney does just that.”
The pope’s visit to the United States dominated the U.S. news cycle for days, but it was especially important for Crux, The Boston Globe’s Catholic news site. During the nine-day visit, all three of Crux’s reporters were on the ground following Pope Francis. Crux’s livestream of the visit was particularly popular; the livestream page, which...
Perry Jones hopes to stick with Celtics For a rebuilding team that is expected to be competitive but not outstanding, the Boston Celtics boast a pretty deep roster. Here’s the Boston Globe reporting on an intriguing young talent who hasn’t solidified himself in the league just yet: Perry Jones played in 143 games over three seasons for Oklahoma City, [...]
Boston Globe: Lessons From Ender The Coconut Tree If teachers had a deeper understanding of their international students’ backgrounds, might they be more effective at educating them? That is the hypothesis of Nathan Eckstrom, an English teacher at a high school in Boston, one of the nation’s most diverse districts. Show More Summary
It’s going to be a busy day for me, but I had to dash this off before meetings begin. A friend sent me a link to a Boston Globe article titled Tough times, no easy answers for Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant. It includes a smoking gun. A report by UBS AG this week estimated that […] The post Why would UBS root for Entergy’s Merchant Nukes to Close? appeared first on Atomic Insights.
This winter, Oscar voters will confront the triumphs and failures of American journalism in the early years of the 21st century. Spotlight, considered by many to be the Best Picture frontrunner, dramatizes the Boston Globe investigation...Show More Summary
The Boston Globe’s David Skok is putting on yet another hat. According to Benjamin Mullin of Poynter, Skok, the Globe’s managing editor for digital and general manager of BostonGlobe.com, has been named Boston Globe Media Partners’ vice president for digital. Among other things, Skok will be in charge of the company’s troubled Boston.com site, which […]
David Skok, the digital managing editor of The Boston Globe, has been tapped to lead the digital efforts for the Globe’s parent company, which includes The Globe and Boston.com. He retains his managing editor title and responsibilities. The...Show More Summary
In a recent op-ed for the Boston Globe, journalist Stephen Kinzer explained why the concept of Russia as an enemy is "comforting for Americans," reassuring them "the world has not really changed" and that subsequently, the US does not have to change its own policy. This, however, this is a dangerous mentality to cling to.
Come have fun, this'll be a great talkback! Read the full article on AICN SPOTLIGHT is an epic-scope movie about the newspaper team at the Boston Globe who broke what may well be the largest story of a generation — the Catholic priest...Show More Summary
A Boston transit cop has been reassigned to administrative duty after a video emerged of violent encounter between him and a female passenger aboard a bus filled with fightened and startled passengers, according to the Boston Globe.