BOSTON — The deadline is Tuesday for those who want to be covered on the first of the year.
The president is scheduled to hold a year-end press conference at 1:30 p.m.
Bobcat Goldthwait, who got his start through Barry Crimmins’ comedy clubs, will show his new documentary, “Call Me Lucky,” on the life of Crimmins, at the Sundance Film Festival in 2015.
Trace Lisette’s thousands-of-miles-long journey from El Salvador to Massachusetts.
D’Angelo is back with his first CD in 15 years, “Black Messiah.” It was worth the wait, says Renee Graham.
Sarah Koenig cleverly crafts a journalistic narrative, but what makes “Serial” different is how it pays attention to an audience that demands accessibility, and to the digital needs of today.
BOSTON — All of the alleged assaults happened within a two-hour period early Sunday morning.
BOSTON — The Mayor’s Holiday, a Thomas Menino tradition of curating arts and entertainment, continues for its 11th year. Here are ARTery highlights of some of the best holiday performances in the Greater Boston area.
BOSTON — Ryan Landry and the Gold Dust Orphans revisit “The Bishop’s Wife,” as only they can, in “Jesus Christ, It’s Christmas.”
BOSTON — Walker, a 53-year-old Democrat, is the founder and president of the Boston-based company Next Street.
BOSTON — Eight of Massachusetts’ nine U.S. House members — all Democrats — voted against the $1.014 trillion spending bill the chamber approved by a narrow 219-206 margin late Thursday.
BOSTON — Resident concerns prompted the city to end its pursuit of the neighborhood’s former Radius Hospital as an option to relaunch recovery programs once held on the island.
A membership in a museum? A mammoth collection of CDs? Or how about a donation to a worthwhile arts endeavor? The ARTery writers have an assortment of gift ideas.
A rarity in the jazz world, John Pizarelli, a guitarist who can play complicated accompaniments and croon swing tunes simultaneously, will be playing at the Bull Run on Dec. 14.
BOSTON — Harvard Medical School students joined students from some 40 other medical schools across the country Wednesday in protesting the deaths of unarmed black men at the hands of police and racial inequality in medical treatment.
As he nears one year in office, watch Mayor Marty Walsh’s address to the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce.
Read the mayor’s remarks.
BOSTON — SpeakEasy Stage Company hosts the world premiere of John Kuntz’s wild theatrical ride, “Necessary Monsters.” It’s about … well, read Carolyn Clay’s review.
J. Michael Lennon’s “Selected Letters of Norman Mailer” provide insight into the writer’s work through his correspondence with artists, celebrities and fans.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The world premiere of Eve Ensler’s “O.P.C.” at the American Repertory Theater has hardly any of the poetry or force of her revolutionary “The Vagina Monologues,” says theater critic Carolyn Clay.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The protest was organized by students at Tufts University and began at Davis Square in Somerville.
BOSTON — The patient’s release and current condition are not a threat to anyone else, MGH officials said.
BOSTON — Marylou Sudders is the state’s former mental health commissioner.
BOSTON — The proposal — which would have been the first such sweeping measure in the country — was met by staunch opposition.
BOSTON — The four dispensaries in Boston, Taunton, Greenfield and Fairhaven fill counties that did not previously have any medical marijuana dispensaries in the works.
BOSTON — The ACLU is asking the state’s highest court to dismiss tens of thousands of criminal convictions tied to former state chemist Annie Dookhan, who admitted to tampering with evidence.
Memories, it turns out, are malleable, and brain scientists are learning to alter and erase them, raising some hopes of possible treatments for memory disorders like Alzheimer’s disease.
Coakley wants a judge to wait to review the settlement until after the Health Policy Commission releases its final report on the impact Partners’ acquisition would have on the market.
BOSTON — A report by the state’s Health Policy Commission finds allowing Partners Health Care to merge with Hallmark Health Systems would increase health care costs on the North Shore.
BOSTON — Massachusetts ranks in the top 10 of all states for prescribing OxyContin and other long-acting painkillers, but in the bottom 10 for overall prescribing of opioids.