BOSTON — But before we put this week in the rear view mirror, here are four things we have learned so far from the trail of data left by the party primaries.
Tom Hardy and the late James Gandolfini star in “The Drop,” the latest movie based on the new book by Boston crime novelist Dennis Lehane.
BOSTON — Tuesday’s returns show that Martha Coakley ran strongly in the kinds of communities she will need to win in a November matchup against Republican Charlie Baker.
President Obama is expected to deliver an address on the Islamic State at 9 p.m.
“Pipeline” celebrates 50 years of live rock on WMBR-FM at several venues between Sept. 12 and Oct. 12.
Massachusetts voters are casting ballots in a number of Democratic and Republican primaries Tuesday. Check out scenes from across the state.
BOSTON — After four days of school without any class schedules, the students are saying they’ve had enough. Schedules are normally sent to students and teachers in June.
BOSTON — Marguerite Tomany, 61, of North Grosvenor Dale, Connecticut, died as a result of injuries suffered in the lightning strike.
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BOSTON — A day after the New York parade’s ban on openly gay groups ended, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh said he hopes Boston’s Saint Patrick’s Day parade organizers will allow gay groups to march next year.
Justin Martin charts the spread of American bohemianism in “Rebel Souls: Walt Whitman and America’s First Bohemians.”
BOSTON — The blaze left five firefighters with minor injuries and 54 residents displaced.
BOSTON — It’s expected to be the largest fleet of Tall Ships in Boston Harbor since 2000.
The Brattle Theatre hit paydirt this summer with “Snowpiercer.” Tom Meek describes how it happened.
Cheap Trick’s Rick Nielsen reflects on the band’s history, his guitars, and getting old, rock ‘n’ roll style.
A new book about creative pairs argues against the myth of the lone genius in favor of dynamic duos. Erin Trahan talks with the book’s author and two local filmmakers about artistic collaborations and why it’s typically a taboo subject.
The festival, with its emerging artists and unique venues, has been enticing performers and audiences back for years.
Showtime’s second season of “Ray Donovan” promises complex family drama, an intricately detailed cast of characters, and mostly-authentic Boston accents.
BOSTON — Middle school students take the lead in writing, producing and acting in their own play to premiere at the Strand Theatre Friday night.
French vocalist Cyrille Aimee will be performing at the Rockport Jazz Festival Aug. 14. Her new CD is out Aug. 19 and local jazz singer Claire Dickson previews them both.
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.
BOSTON — Undocumented immigrants in Massachusetts do not have access to most public health insurance programs, which can pose particular challenges at the end of life.
Massachusetts has been given an additional year to transition to a new system that would change the way insurance carriers calculate premiums for businesses.
The study found abnormalities in areas of the brain related to emotion, motivation and decision-making.
The passage comes a month after Gov. Deval Patrick issued emergency regulations banning restraints on pregnant inmates in labor.
BOSTON — Massachusetts health care officials struggling to repair the state’s hobbled website are looking at the possibility of leasing or buying technology from states with functioning insurance sites.
The report from Boston’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital finds fewer women than men are involved in clinical trials on new drugs and medical devices.