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January 25, 2015
Boston Musicians See the ‘Universality of Humanity’ in Shen Yun
BOSTON—Home to the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the New England Conservatory and the Berklee College of Music, Boston has ...
January 25, 2015
Boston ‘Honored’ to Welcome Shen Yun
BOSTON—Boston welcomed Shen Yun Performing Arts New York Comapany with open arms for its eighth year there, presenting ...
January 24, 2015
Shen Yun’s ‘Blissful, Fluid’ Classical Chinese Dance Draws Multicultural Crowd in Boston
BOSTON—Classical Chinese dance company Shen Yun Performing Arts drew a diverse crowd to its opening night performance at ...
December 29, 2014
Carpenters Paid Overdue Wages in Time for Christmas
BOSTON—Three carpenters in Boston received long overdue wages just in time for Christmas. Two of the men, who ...
Arts & Culture
June 28, 2014
Profile: African Americans on Broadway
Get a quick run down of the African American stars on Broadway.
Arts & Culture
June 28, 2014
Black Broadway Stars Honor Trailblazers
The first African-American to grace the main stage at Carnegie Hall was soprano Sissieretta Jones in 1893. Exactly ...
April 23, 2014
Boston Marathon: One Year to the Finish Line
After the bombing last year: “A lot of guys ran a marathon, didn’t shower, got dressed and went ...
April 21, 2014
Marathon Runners Take Back Boston
The bombs that exploded at the finish line of the 2013 Boston Marathon have changed the marathon forever.
April 20, 2014
Boston Marathon Memorial: A Photo Tour
Boston Public Library is home to “Dear Boston: Messages from the Marathon Memorial"— documenting the outpouring of support ...
April 11, 2014
In the Line of Healing: Therapy Dogs Soothe First Responders
For the first responders, every day, for the 350 days in between the marathons, they arrived at work, ...
April 7, 2014
Timeline of Boston Fire
Less than one year from the Boston Marathon Bombing, the city mourns another tragic event. The loss of ...
March 28, 2014
The Best All-Natural Dishwasher Detergent Recipe
Dishwasher detergent pods look cool and work pretty well for about 50 cents a load. That doesn’t ...
March 20, 2014
Boston Chinatown: Partial Building Collapse
Seven stories of a building under construction in Boston’s Chinatown collapsed Thursday morning. Two people have been reported ...
March 2, 2014
Former Legislator Loved Shen Yun’s Vivid Backdrop
BOSTON—Shen Yun Performing Arts was greeted by an enthusiastic audience for the third of four shows at the ...
February 20, 2014
Sylvia’s Haven: Boston’s Safe House for Women
Sylvia Anthony, 84, has been providing shelter for women and children for over 27 years. At one point, ...
January 7, 2014
Changing of the Guard: Boston Inaugurates First Mayor in 20 Years
After one of the most hotly contested mayoral elections in local history, Martin J. Walsh was inaugurated mayor ...
November 22, 2013
JFK Birthplace on the 50th Anniversary of His Death: A Photographic Tour
On this rainy day, neighbors and international visitors came to pay homage to the life of President John ...
September 25, 2013
Last American Sneaker Manufacturer: New Balance Finds New Headquarters
BOSTON—New Balance, the only American sneaker company that still manufactures its sneakers in the United States, broke ground ...
August 23, 2013
5 Awesome Green Roof Projects
Rooftop gardens are beautiful and useful. They capture rainwater, relieve pressure on city storm drains and sewer systems, ...
August 16, 2013
National Poetry Slams Boston
Poets shared compelling stories at the Boston Poetry Slam. Jaqui Germain drove 1,200 miles with her team of ...
August 2, 2013
How to Make Your Wood Cutting Board Last Forever
Wood or bamboo cutting boards are the best. They look nice and they keep knives sharp. Unfortunately there ...
July 31, 2013
5 Ways To Save Energy and Live Better
1) Wash your laundry in cold water only. You don’t have to pay to heat the water and ...
July 27, 2013
Boston Housing Development Builds Strong Community
Most affordable housing developments are four walls and a roof, but developers of the Charlesview Residences in Boston ...
July 24, 2013
USDA to Speed Up Poultry Processing
Workers in US poultry plants spend eight hours or more a day leaning over a conveyor belt cutting, ...
July 16, 2013
New Labor Law After Bangladesh Factory Collapse
Bangladesh's government passed new workers’ rights legislation July 15, three months after the historic Rena Plaza building collapse ...
July 12, 2013
Tsarnaev Pleads Not Guilty to Boston Bombing Charges
BOSTON— Dzhokhar Tsarnaev kept his eyes glued to the floor, as he repeated “Not guilty,” to a list ...
July 10, 2013
Boston Bombing Suspect Pleads Not Guilty
BOSTON--In a short indictment hearing, Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev pled not guilty to the charges against ...
Sessions Calls on Chicago Lawmakers to Spike Consent Decree as ‘Insult’ to Police
WASHINGTON—Attorney General Jeff Sessions says a consent agreement between the city of Chicago and the ACLU was a ...
Treasury Releases Proposed Regulations for US ‘Opportunity Zone’ Program
WASHINGTON—The Treasury Department has rolled out guidelines for a program designed to bring jobs and tax breaks for ...
Warning From Down Under: Influence From China, Not Russia, Is Most Dangerous
WASHINGTON—Clive Hamilton’s book “Silent Invasion” sounded a warning to Australians about how the Chinese regime was gaining influence ...
Innovation Key to Sustaining America’s Competitiveness
WASHINGTON—The United States is back as the “most competitive economy” in the world, reclaiming the No. 1 spot ...