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  1. They are turning the picture aroundRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Boston.com

    Splashed diagonally across Dean Bragonier's business card in bright orange lettering is the phrase "dyslexic before it was cool." It's a statement that has a powerful meaning for him and his wife, musician Sally Taylor.

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  2. NorthPoint now going by Cambridge CrossingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Boston.com

    DivcoWest is readying several construction sites for its 45-acre NorthPoint campus on the borders of Cambridge, Boston, and Somerville, where it plans to put five office buildings and about 2,400 condos and apartments over the coming years. It's also giving the place a new name: Cambridge Crossing.

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  3. From - Whitey Bulger' to - Truman Capote' - these are the weirdest dog names in CambridgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Boston.com

    Data released by Cambridge showed the most popular breeds of dog that residents have in their homes, as well as individual dog names, and dog names and breeds by neighborhood. Imagine being at the dog park and hearing a pet owner shout these words: "Come here, Whitey Bulger! Good boy."

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  4. Bernie Sanders is coming to Somerville on MondayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Boston.com

    Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont will visit Once Somerville next Monday to endorse candidates running for local office in Somerville and Cambridge. Sanders will be at the rally, which starts at 9:30 a.m., to help "fight for livable wages, affordable housing, and quality public education," according to an event page .

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  5. Options limited to deal with aggressive turkeys in BridgewaterRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 17 | Boston.com

    Not even the police are safe from the fearsome rafters of wild turkeys that seem to seek pleasure in tormenting and chasing innocent civilians. In a post on Twitter Sunday , officers in Bridgewater shared a video of four of the large birds running after a police cruiser as it slowly rolled down the street.

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  6. Five things to do, Oct. 16-22Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 13 | Boston.com

    Get the best of the Magazine's award-winning stories and features right in your Inbox every Sunday. Sign up here .

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  7. At 105, Marian Cannon Schlesinger offered wisdom about feminism, creativity, and lifeRead the original story

    Sunday Oct 15 | Boston.com

    From the perspective of living more than 100 years, Marian Cannon Schlesinger was adamant in interviews during the past few years that exceptional women have been ever-present and always influential. "There have always been strong women.

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  8. MBTA to convene task force after surge of deaths on rail tracksRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 12 | Boston.com

    State officials have convened a special working group and are asking for help from the federal government to counter a sharp and sudden increase in the number of people killed by Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority trains in recent months. Since July 1, 11 people have been struck and killed on MBTA rail tracks - including two this week alone.

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  9. Museums where music is part of the experienceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 12 | Boston.com

    One often thinks of museums as houses of silent contemplation, where precious art and artifacts must be appreciated at library-quiet volume. Several local museums give the lie to this notion, showcasing music and musical instruments in unique and engaging ways.

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  10. Spark's gene therapy for childhood blindness set for FDA reviewRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 11 | Boston.com

    On Thursday, a committee of experts invited by the Food and Drug Administration will meet outside Washington, D.C., to review an experimental gene therapy from Spark Therapeutics. Barring unexpected surprises, the panel will advise the FDA to approve the one-time shot, which will be used to treat a rare, inherited form of childhood blindness.

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  11. Guerilla gardening' project blossoms into community effort to bring color to BostonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 11 | Boston.com

    After returning from a recent trip to Amsterdam, where she served on a panel about artificial intelligence, the Cambridge resident went to a home improvement store and picked up a bag of bulbs so she could plant the spring-blooming flowers in her backyard. When she was finished gardening, Sterling and her husband, Will, realized they had about 50 bulbs left over.

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  12. What She's Having: Popovers worth popping over to Cambridge forRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 9 | Boston.com

    In a hectic world, it's important to honor the neighborhood cafe, the homegrown place, the spot with crinkled newspapers on the benches, local denizens pecking at laptops in the windows, and friendly dogs slurping from bowls on the sidewalk. It is here that your mind might ricochet from brilliant thought to brilliant thought after a few sips of cold brew - yet also where time stands still before you have to go out into the mean world again.

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  13. What's up this week in career-enhancing, learning, and networkingRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 10 | Boston.com

    Pace yourselves, Boston business tyoes - this week is packed with professional networking events. Learn how to meditate at your desk , or try out a salary negotation workshop.

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  14. Key things to know for those attending festivalRead the original story

    Monday Oct 9 | Boston.com

    The HUBweek Festival, which convenes big thinkers, tech giants, a documentary film festival, and cool art events, kicks off its third year in the heart of the city on Tuesday, Oct. 10, with a long list of events highlighting innovation and creativity. The nearly weeklong fest - founded by The Boston Globe, Harvard University, Massachusetts General Hospital, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology - offers hundreds of mind-expanding events, on everything from artificial intelligence and robotics, to hackathons and something called "cosmic meditation," many of them free.

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  15. For activists, abolishing Columbus Day means stopping the celebration of genocideRead the original story

    Monday Oct 9 | Boston.com

    For supporters of changing the name of Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples' Day, the move isn't about rewriting history, it's about stopping the celebration of genocide. "Nobody should be celebrating Columbus," said Mahtowin Munro, lead organizer for Indigenous Peoples' Day Massachusetts.

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  16. Everything you need to know about HUBweek 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 9 | Boston.com

    The HUBweek Festival, which convenes big thinkers, tech giants, a documentary film festival, and cool art events, kicks off its third year on Tuesday, Oct. 10, with a long list of events highlighting innovation and creativity in the heart of the city. The nearly weeklong fest -- founded by The Boston Globe, Harvard University, Massachusetts General Hospital, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology -- offers hundreds of mind-expanding events, on everything from artificial intelligence and robotics, to hackathons and something called "cosmic meditation," many of them free.

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  17. Harvard in a stealthy courtship to find its next leaderRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 8 | Boston.com

    Imagine the dance of manners in a Jane Austen novel combined with the subterfuge of a John le Carr spy thriller. Suitors come armed with the most stellar credentials, hoping to win the prize, but not so openly eager as to seem, gasp, vulgar.

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  18. Thomas Derrah, award-winning stage actor, dies at 64Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 8 | Boston.com

    Among the greatest compliments Thomas Derrah received were not from the directors and actors who loved him or the critics who admired him, but from theatergoers who, at a telling moment, ignored him. On stage he held audiences in thrall, inhabiting roles so thoroughly that to those watching he actually was each character - not an actor portraying a fictional invention.

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  19. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Harvard in a stealthy courtship to find its next leaderRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 8 | Boston.com

    Imagine the dance of manners in a Jane Austen novel combined with the subterfuge of a John le Carr spy thriller. Suitors come armed with the most stellar credentials, hoping to win the prize, but not so openly eager as to seem, gasp, vulgar.

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  20. Hosts of MSNBC's - Morning Joe' to address Harvard studentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 8 | Boston.com

    Hosts of the MSNBC show ''Morning Joe'' will be speaking to students at Harvard University about politics and public service. The Cambridge, Massachusetts, university says Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski will lead a conversation Wednesday exploring pressing issues facing the country and how public service can help.

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