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STAT: The Readout Loud
October 13, 2019
Could the future of Catholicism be taking shape in this church basement?
In Fall River, a group of parishioners won the chance to run their crumbling church. If their experiment works here, it might just work anywhere.
Would you ditch your spouse for Tom Brady?
Congrats, parents. You’re ruining Halloween.
You, me, and Doyle's
your home: kitchens & baths
A Cambridge condo’s pint-sized kitchen gets a new design that maximizes space
Clever details like a flip-up butcher block and an adjustable storage wall turn this into a functional place to cook a meal.
Redesigning a condo kitchen so it feels new, but still you
Would you let a designer hang funny fish wallpaper in your dining room? This guy’s glad he did.
Designing a kitchen where it’s easy for family to come together
Five trends in bathroom renovations for 2019: Enough with the white, already
Drawing inspiration from her honeymoon, a designer gives her master bathroom a bold update
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The new rules of ‘electability’ mean Joe Biden can’t win. Guess who can?
Democratic primary voters are too focused on appealing to fictional centrists or Midwest swing voters. But appealing to the middle fails.
Dinner With Cupid
Blind date: ‘I was sad to see her go’
Recipes: How to make a great risotto, faster
Here’s a new way to keep tabs on power usage in your home
Catch up on our 2019 features here
I’m too mature for women my age
Giving gifts without creating a sense of obligation
Things to do in Greater Boston this fall and winter
Where to eat in Greater Boston
Letters to the editor of the Boston Globe Magazine
October 6, 2019 | The Education Issue
If we want democracy to endure, shouldn’t we know something about it?
Civics education in public schools has been on the wane for decades, and it shows. Here’s how Massachusetts is making it matter again. By Linda K. Wertheimer
Plus, take our quiz. Do you know more about democracy than an eighth-grader?
7 things parents need to know about IEPs
What all schools can learn from failing ones
An educator’s point of view on how we can keep history from repeating itself at struggling public schools.
September 22, 2019
Most Stylish 2019
The Most Stylish Bostonians of 2019
From an art student to a New Kid, these 16 stylish locals make a statement every time they step out. Find out more about their approach to personal style.
September 15, 2019
New England vacations: 9 ways to enjoy the water this fall
Swimming is still possible, the fish are plentiful, and the tourists are gone. Now’s the smart time to head to the region’s lakes and beaches. By Alyssa Giacobbe
Visiting Asheville? It’s like Brooklyn. But cooler.
From Madrid to Malaga: A foodie’s tour of Spain
A Globe food writer shares her secrets about how to eat like a local. Just be ready to stay up late. By Sheryl Julian
September 8, 2019 | Your Home
A young designer transforms her three-bedroom East Boston fixer-upper
Expanding the backyard turns a Mission Hill brownstone into one family’s dream home
* PLUS: Hair-raising contractor horror stories — and how to avoid them
Floor plan improvements and stylish furnishings transform a Brookline home
Rehabbing an Arts and Crafts-style stunner in Harvard Square
From cookie-cutter spec house to a family-friendly refuge
August 25, 2019
Diet advice changes by the minute. How are we supposed to figure out what to eat?
Plus: A few healthy hacks and two recipes to keep your eating plan on track.
Beyond Lyme Disease
Ticks: They’re not just for hikers anymore
Nine myths about ticks and Lyme disease, debunked
Why are black males supported only when they’re athletes?
Name 10 black men who are athletes. Now, name 10 who aren’t athletes or entertainers.
August 18, 2019
Immigrant students learn hard lessons about racism at a historically white school in Maine
Photos of New England’s favorite country fairs
As harvest time arrives in New England, old-fashioned festivals fill the calendar.
How drug ads drive up health care costs
Top stories on BostonGlobe.com
A woman gets some bad advice from her health insurer and faces a bill for nearly $3,000
MIT, Harvard researchers awarded Nobel Prize in Economics
Kyle Van Noy is not your average, everyday Patriot
Born Jewish, still Jewish, always Jewish
Private Mass. foundation behind crashed B-17 has a rocky and revered legacy
Cracking down on service dog fraud
Generations mix at a Boston brewery to ‘change the conversation’ about aging
Pullback leaves Green Berets feeling ‘ashamed,’ and Kurdish allies describing ‘betrayal’
I used my mutt as a DNA-test guinea pig
Alleged gunman in Pelham, N.H., faces additional charges, including attempted murder
Help was just a few feet away
How could a woman be left to die outside an emergency room?
The 37 best new restaurants in Boston and the suburbs
Dozens of inventive new spots to try, including fast-casual and top picks north, west, and south of the city.
Top Spots to Live
What are the top places around Greater Boston to buy a home?
The 16 communities seeing the biggest leaps in house prices north, south, and west of Boston, plus in the city itself.
Top spots to live 2019: Boston neighborhoods
I’m from the North Shore and moved to a foreign land: the South Shore
Top spots to live 2019: South of Boston
Top spots to live 2019: West of Boston
Top spots to live 2019: North of Boston
Five tips for first-time home buyers in the Boston area
August 11, 2019
The essential guide to buying and consuming pot in Massachusetts
A look at the 22 shops now open in Massachusetts
The most common questions budtenders hear in marijuana shops
I was unintentionally uninsured, thanks to the Mass. Health Connector
Somerville won $10m to open a new school and it all went downhill from there
Two MIT friends had a big idea and national and community support. Why did their plan fail?
The 7 stupidest things we do with money
What kids aren’t telling parents about porn on social media
Is turning UMass Amherst into an elite university what the state needs?
‘I got lucky, man.’ Dennis Eckersley on surviving his tough times
2018 Bostonians of the Year
Meet the 2018 Bostonians of the Year: Ayanna Pressley and Alex Cora
The flutist who sued the Boston Symphony Orchestra for equal pay
The teenager who leads the local fight for gun law reforms
Best-selling author Celeste Ng speaks out on sexual harassment and racism
Aly Raisman isn’t done fighting for sexual assault survivors
The ordinary people who rushed to help when catastrophe struck the Merrimack Valley
The scientists who helped build the basis for immunotherapy
The Massachusetts politicians who actually got something big done: Paid family leave
Ayanna Pressley: ‘The American people are looking for us to act and to be bold’
Alex Cora talks about his dad’s influence, and the pivotal moment in the World Series
2018 Women & Power
10 of Massachusetts’ top women executives share their tips for success
The 2018 Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Massachusetts
5 ways to erase the gender gap at work
How the 2017 Women’s March woke ‘the old girls’ network’
How to be a good male colleague in the age of #MeToo
How female breadwinners (really) make it work
Why women fall into the negative feedback trap
The bottom line on women in the corner office