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  1. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff A master craftsman closes up shop in Harvard SquareRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 17 | Boston.com

    The suit John Kerry wore to accept the Democratic presidential nomination, the one he donned to walk his daughter down the aisle, and the blazer he grabs before every flight as secretary of state all came from the same place: not Brooks Brothers or Brioni but a little tailor shop above a grocer in Harvard Square. Drew Faust walked up those same steps to Rizzo Tailor when she became president of Harvard eight years ago, and Julia Child in the 1980s, and Robert F. Kennedy as an undergrad back in 1947.


  2. Don't lift the ban on liquor ads on the TRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 15, 2015 | Boston.com

    MBTA property was covered with advertising - and a lot of it promoted liquor. We used to call Kenmore Station Absolut Vodka station.


  3. 10 tips to enjoy the Head of the Charles RegattaRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 14, 2015 | Boston.com

    Racers prepared for the start of their races near the Mass. Ave. bridge during the 2014 Head of the Charles Regatta.


  4. Shirley Leung - Black Mass' film skips corrupt Fbi agent's utility jobRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 24, 2015 | Boston.com

    Dan Bosley still remembers the expensive suits, the pinky ring, and the way John Connolly walked around like he was somebody. The Connolly he is talking about is the FBI agent who was Whitey Bulger's handler but later himself went to prison for tipping off the South Boston gangster and prompting a murder.


  5. JOAN VENNOCHITopless women and the art of the naked hustleRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 24, 2015 | Boston.com

    Maybe the topless women of Times Square should move their act to Fifth Avenue at 42nd Street - the site of the New York Public Library. Palmer, who is eight months pregnant, posed as Verity, a statue by artist Damien Hirst, after the library tweeted that the singer had a surprise for anyone who showed up at their flagship branch at 6 p.m. on Aug. 20. As described by Boston magazine , those who followed up on the invite were greeted by a naked Palmer, covered by bronze paint on the right half of her body, and a painting of muscles, bones, and her unborn baby on the left.


  6. Roxy's Grilled Cheese folks to open fast-casual restaurantRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 22, 2015 | Boston.com

    Roxy's Grilled Cheese owner James DiSabatino and business partner Rebecca Arnold will open Whole Heart Provisions in Allston in mid-September . The fast-casual restaurant will focus on build-your-own veggie bowls, iced tea, and juices.


  7. Drinking your kale and other healthy sipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 28, 2015 | Boston.com

    It's muggy and it's swimsuit season. What could be healthier and more refreshing than vitamin-packed juice? Fortunately, an abundance of juice bars have sprung up throughout the city - with more on the way from notables like Puritan & Company chef Will Gilson, who will open Kendall Square's Beatnik Beverage Company with his dad in the coming weeks.


  8. Olympics bid is dead, but Brattle report will live onRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 28, 2015 | Boston.com

    The Cambridge research firm's lobby, in a Brattle Street building shared with a sports store. The firm's approach is data-driven.


  9. Boston's best restaurant patiosRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 28, 2015 | Boston.com

    Strung with plants and glimmering lights, the skinny brick-walled terrace at Russell House Tavern manages to feel like a secret, though it's just steps from Harvard Square's hustle. 14 JFK Street, Cambridge, 617-500-3055, russellhousecambridge.com Water views of the Boston skyline and a steady stream of 747s overhead make Belle Isle Seafood a perfect spot to take visitors for generous lobster rolls and pints of crisp fried clams.


  10. Photograph by Steve Liptay Magazine | PerspectiveWhat religion can teach climate scientistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 23, 2015 | Boston.com

    Pope Francis's remarkable encyclical, Laudato Si', has been rightly hailed as a watershed moment in the climate debate, the moment when religion finally took note of what science had been saying for a couple of decades. As with all watersheds, though, the river at the bottom draws its power from all the creeks that feed in along the way - it's worth remembering just how many people have worked over the years to build a true faith-based environmental movement.


  11. Boston to hold second annual Women's Bike Ride festivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 10, 2015 | Boston.com

    Boston Bikes is holding its second annual Women's Bike Ride and Festival on Saturday, July 18, which is aimed at getting women to feel more comfortable cycling in the city. "The reality is that there aren't as many women biking as men," said Kim Foltz, a program manager at Boston Bikes.


  12. How much artisinal juice can Greater Boston drink?Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 6, 2015 | Boston.com

    The question is gaining urgency as neighborhood after neighborhood falls to craft juice bars, and a once-unimaginable barrier the $10 glass of juice has been breached. In the past six months, shops selling high-end juice have opened in Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Chinatown, Coolidge Corner, Harvard Square.


  13. Kevin Cullen Free speech has a price - letting jerks have their sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 4, 2015 | Boston.com

    Back in the late 1990s, after a court ruled that a speech code for students at the University of Wisconsin was unconstitutional, a group of college professors there enlisted the well-known Boston civil libertarian Harvey Silverglate to advise them on how to get a similar code for professors rescinded. During a debate at the Madison campus, the person who made the most impassioned plea against having a formal code prohibiting offensive speech was not a professor, but a student.


  14. Andy Gilmore for the Boston Globe Best outdoor music in and around Boston this summerRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 2, 2015 | Boston.com

    We love nightclubs and arenas as much as the next person. But when the temperatures climb and we can combine our love of music with our love of listening to it under the sun and stars, we are ready to spread our blanket and climb aboard.


  15. Raymond Ost of Wilson FarmRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 24, 2015 | Boston.com

    Wilson Farm in Lexington has been around since 1884. Executive chef Raymond Ost has been on board for eight months.


  16. Playing games at Faneuil HallRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 20, 2015 | Boston.com

    The historic cobblestone promenade now boasts Lounge, a designated outdoor space on the south side of the market with equipment and activities such as billiards, chess, and exercise classes, as well as a reading nook. "The aim to is to capture those in the group not so excited about the shopping," said Dan Biederman, founder of Biederman Redevelopment Ventures, which conceived the Lounge for Faneuil Hall's parent company, Ashkenazy Acquisition Corp. "Some programming will appeal to tourists, but we hope a lot of it will appeal to Bostonians."


  17. Is virtual reality on the verge of going mainstream?Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 19, 2015 | Boston.com

    On a recent sunny afternoon, I steered my bike toward Harvard Square. Then, in the offices of a startup called VirZOOM , I strapped on a black headset that completely covered my eyes, hopped on a stationery exercise bicycle, and pedaled into a virtual realm.


  18. Chan expands holdings beyond Harvard Square to DorchesterRead the original story w/Photo

    May 27, 2015 | Boston.com

    Gerald Chan, the billionaire businessman who bought a $120 million chunk of Harvard Square, has expanded his local real estate empire to Dorchester by purchasing an industrial property with big redevelopment potential. A business entity owned by Chan bought the Russell Engineering site off Dorchester Avenue in Savin Hill for $5.25 million last week, according to public records.


  19. Making a living as a Boston buskerRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 2, 2015 | Boston.com

    When you pass a street performer - or busker - it's natural to wonder: How much money can you make strumming a guitar on the sidewalk? Last month an interesting post on the website Priceonomics took a stab at answering that question. Mark Sandusky ran the numbers on 10 busking sessions that he conducted with his music group " Dirty Little Blondes " on the streets of San Francisco this past January.


  20. Chan mum on former theater plansRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 4, 2015 | Boston.com

    Chan, who in the past few years has spent more $120 million on a portfolio of Harvard Square properties , is the new owner of the building that once housed the Harvard Square Theatre. He bought the building from Dick Friedman , owner of the Charles and Liberty hotels.


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