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Neil Swidey

Neil Swidey is a staff writer for the Boston Globe Magazine, where he writes in-depth narratives on a wide range of subjects. He is the author of “Trapped Under the Sea”, which was named one of the best books of 2014 by Amazon and Booklist, and “The Assist”, which was named one of the best books of 2008 by the Washington Post. He was also a coauthor of “Last Lion: The Fall and Rise of Ted Kennedy”. His Globe writing has won numerous national awards and been featured in The Best American Science Writing, The Best American Crime Writing, and The Best American Political Writing.

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7 steps to try before resorting to a bad review on Yelp

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We don’t always have to air our grievances about a business with the entire world before telling the business.

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Why ranting on Yelp is the wrong way to complain about awful service

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Ticked off about a lousy meal or surly service? Before trashing the business online, try telling someone who can actually fix the problem.

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Thaddeus Miles receives the Alray Community Leadership Award

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The Alray Scholars Program marked 10 years of assisting Boston students with an anniversary celebration at the House of Blues Boston over the weekend.

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This article was first published on Sunday, June 20, 2010.

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