Francine Prose’s “Lovers at the Chameleon Club, Paris 1932″ is a page-turner of rare depth about France and the Nazi menace, says Carol Iaciofano. Prose is coming to Porter Square Books April 28.
BOSTON — Many local colleges are now teaching what’s known as the “bystander approach,” which marks a shift from relying solely on women to protect themselves against sexual violence.
From Hopkinton to the finish line in Boston, our photos from the 118th Boston Marathon.
There was a time when the movie theaters featured silent films and a pitted orchestra. Thanks to the efforts of the Coolidge Corner Theatre and the Somerville Theatre, it is possible to hear and see the silents as they were nearly a century ago.
BOSTON — Just one day to go now before the 118th running of the Boston Marathon, and the race promises to be one of the biggest ever. A festive mood is prevailing in Boston, despite the tragedy that took place at last year’s event.
WELLESLEY, Mass. — For years, Wellesley College students who live along the Boston Marathon route have offered to make signs of encouragement for anyone who wants one. This year, they got more than double the usual requests.
BOSTON — The BAA and cities and towns along the route have put in place new security measures this year. Here’s what you need to know.
Adam Begley’s new biography, “Updike,” chronicles the life of prolific writer John Updike. He’s praised as “a national treasure whose writing continues to resonate like no one else’s.”
The study found abnormalities in areas of the brain related to emotion, motivation and decision-making.
BOSTON — The effort to capture the bombing suspects raised questions for legal experts, scholars and Watertown residents, and inspired state authorities to incorporate new guidance into their crisis management plans.