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A New York woman is honoring her cousin by sending a message in a bottle on an ocean voyage.
The company, which uses dance as a tool for intersection disability rights, performs at the BCA’s Calderwood Pavilion for a livestreamed program on Thursday.
Ranked-choice voting -- Question 2 on the Mass. ballot -- would help to dismantle the hyperpartisanship that has soured our politics for too long, write former Mass. Governors Bill Weld...
This election offers voters an opportunity, not only to judge Trump’s record on immigration, but to rethink our nation’s recent tendency toward aggressive immigration enforcement, writes Carol Rose.
Both campaigns agree -- the road to the White House runs through the Tar Heel state.
Gov. Charlie Baker and his health chief said their decision was prompted not only by the multiple clusters but also because some adults and coaches stymied the state's attempts...
With Election Day just a week away, we're taking some time this week to look at some of the major issues facing the country.
The success of 2017 "Get Out" ushered in a new error of Black Horror, that's continued into the 2020s. We talk about the art of Black Horror.
We talk about the art and history of Black Horror with Kyéra Sterling, an independent academic who is teaching a class on Black Horror at the Coolidge Corner Theatre.