Fiancee sues over principal's death in bone marrow procedure
A hospital failed to adequately monitor and treat a New Jersey high school principal as his oxygen level plummeted during a bone-marrow donation procedure in February, a lawsuit filed Monday by his fiancee alleges.
He won’t explain the story behind the cheat
When answering these questions, he says he doesn’t know.
Looking to declaw your cat? Don’t look in New York anymore
New York became the first US state to ban the declawing of cats Monday, joining most of Europe, several Canadian provinces, and a growing list of American cities.
Is your egg done? No more guessing
OXO’s new Punctual Egg Timer and Piercer eliminates any guesswork and simplifies the process of boiling eggs.
6 expert tips for reading a beer label
How to get the most out of your beer-buying experience.
Pretty, practical, and plastic-free food wraps
Designed by Easthampton mom Michelle Zimora, the reusable wraps are handcrafted with cotton fabrics in lovely designs coated with organic beeswax, organic jojoba oil, and tree resin.
Genius watermelon slicer, cubed
The new Slicester Watermelon Tool from Chef’n is worth adding another gadget to the kitchen drawer.
Bird sightings on Cape Cod
Recent sightings as reported to the Massachusetts Audubon Society.
Video of Tom Brady and his daughter jumping off a waterfall even made The Rock queasy
“If Vivi is going to be an Olympic champion one day, it probably won’t be in synchronized diving.”
Vystar acquires Worcester’s Rotmans furniture store
The largest furniture and flooring store in New England, Rotmans Furniture and Carpet, has been acquired by Vystar Corp.
Teen activists score mental health days for Oregon students
Oregon will allow students to take “mental health days” just as they would sick days, expanding the reasons for excused school absences.
A room of one’s own
Derby Street Shops caters to breast-feeding mothers’ needs with stylish privacy pod
The 25 year old spends most of his time working three jobs. During his free time, he’s still hard at work — on his illustrations which he highlights on his Instagram.
One to add to your summer beach-read list
WHDH-TV investigative reporter Hank Phillippi Ryan discusses her 11th novel, “The Murder List,” on Aug. 20 at Brookline Booksmith.
I give off a ‘non-dating’ vibe
I was a late bloomer – didn’t date in high school and had my first kiss at age 19 – and I feel like I’ve been playing catch-up ever since.
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Decades later, memories from Mom and Dad
The letters stashed in an old desk stirred up painful memories — and reminders of my parents’ love.
Your Week Ahead
Five things to do the week of July 22-28
A sand sculpting festival, the Puerto Rican Festival of Massachusetts, Shakespeare, and more.
A canine connection is the driving force behind this Newport remodel
A kitchen renovation hinged on creating a space for entertainment — for dogs and humans alike.
Why drive to Newport when you can float instead?
Psst, visitors: Riding the ferry, a 65-foot catamaran named the Ocean State, is an easy and affordable way to get from Providence to Newport while taking in the beauty of the state and Narragansett Bay, deemed an “estuary of national significance,” by Congress.
Advice: At a party, we were served vegan mystery food
The host refused to reveal ingredients. What should we have done? Plus, stuck waiting, and funeral rite.
Boston Book Festival announces 2019 headlining presenters
The festival announced its headlining presenters on Wednesday, including Samantha Power, Reginald Dwayne Betts, Candace Bushnell, and novelist Susan Choi.
Two Massachusetts colleges ranked in top 10 of colleges that pay off the most
According to data compiled by CNBC, Harvard and MIT offered students a low net cost and high expected salary.
Here are 7 ways to beat the scorching heat this weekend
With temperatures expected to reach well into the 90s this weekend, here are a few ways to stay cool.
Germany introducing mandatory measles vaccination for kids
The German government is proposing a measure to make measles vaccinations mandatory for children and employees of kindergartens and schools.
He told me he can’t commit to me
I enjoy spending time with him but now I am not so sure I should be.
Park it here on the Cape Cod Rail Trail
Feel like doing just a bit of the rail trail, or ready to go end-to-end? Here are some places to park your car for free.
Ebola outbreak in Congo declared a global health emergency
The deadly Ebola outbreak in Congo is now an international health emergency, the World Health Organization announced on Wednesday after the virus spread this week to a city of two million people.
What is FaceApp, the program everyone is using to find out what they’ll look like as an old person?
The Russian-developed FaceApp is spreading like wildfire again, thanks to a reported update to its “old age” filter. But should users be concerned about privacy?
I’m shy. I don’t drink. I dislike dating sites. Help!
A studious 28-year-old wants to settle down but would rather not have to swipe right.
Cool cruising along the Cape Cod Rail Trail
Traveling through the towns of Yarmouth, Dennis, Harwich, Brewster, Orleans, Eastham, and Wellfleet, the Cape Cod Rail Trail “passes through all types of neighborhoods: residential, commercial, woodlands, ponds, bogs, trees, fields, swamps and creeks.”
Some of the Cape’s finest hours: On the big screen and printed page
Cape Cod has provided inspiration and settings to many a novelist and filmmaker. If you’re heading to the Cape this summer, you may want to check out a book or a movie before you go.
Get stuck on sticks with a visit to ‘A Passing Fancy’
Over the last 30 years, Patrick Dougherty has completed more than 250 stick sculptures, or “stickworks,” all over the world, and involving community volunteers is a hallmark of his process.
Cape Cod baseball, where the grass is real and the price is right
The Cape Cod Baseball League is a summertime staple on the Cape. The best collegiate players in the country compete nightly before Major League scouts, and gems emerge from diamonds.
Where to take your kids to eat this summer vacation
The season offers an excellent opportunity to explore the city with children. Food can be a rich part of the experience.
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The VIP Lounge with Seth Moulton
We caught up with the presidential candidate to talk about all things travel.
Mr. Tamole team brings authentic tamales to town
For years, Andres Medina Carreto told his mother, Margarita Carreto, it’s not easy to come by authentic tamales in the Boston area, or for that matter, mole sauce like hers. Finally, she joined in a mission to solve that problem.