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Anatomy of the Market Basket meltdown
Local CEOs, the former US secretary of labor, a MIT Sloan professor, and more offer their reflections on the company’s disastrous summer.
Fall shoe buying secrets, from style pro Leah Karp
InStyle accessories director Leah Karp says leopard styles should be popular this fall.
Milford library users can now glimpse the universe
The Milford library is among 10 in the state that now have a telescope available for patrons to check out, just like a book.
Solar company clear-cuts trees by mistake
Holliston officials are seeking restitution from a solar energy company that clear-cut about 100 trees on town-controlled land.
Art defies power in ‘Manuscripts Don’t Burn’
The film triumphs as one of cinema’s great glimpses into the nature of tyranny and oppression.
‘Dear Committee Members’ by Julie Schumacher
The slender epistolary novel repeatedly leaves you helpless with laughter with its brilliant, biting satire of academia.
Camping gear marked down for end of season
Ami Albernaz rounds up ways you can live stylishly on a budget.
Arrest made in Lowell double slaying
Police have arrested the man they believe fatally shot two brothers earlier this month, officials said.
A Hingham home gets a true cooks kitchen
Cambridge-based LDa Architecture & Interiors worked to create a connection between an updated kitchen and a more substantial living area.
Party Lines: SBLI summer party
More than 175 guests recently attended the South Boston Leadership Initiative summer party on the rooftop of 303 Congress Street.
The week ahead: Music
Critic’s picks for notable concerts around the region, including Cheap Trick at the House of Blues.
The week ahead: Theater, arts
Globe reviewers offer their recommendations for the best in local and regional theater, dance, galleries, and museums.
Housing projects sprout where local parishes closed
Three former Catholic churches — St. Mary in Marlborough, St. George in Norwood, and St. Joseph in Salem — have been reborn.
For 147th, Marshfield Fair mixes farm roots, modernity
Many of the annual event’s original agricultural aspects haven’t lost their staying power in nearly a century and a half.
Some closed churches sold to other denominations
For some people, the sale to another religious group has eased the pain of saying goodbye to their beloved parish.
Governor, legislators differ over buffer zone bill
Patrick vetoed the bill, saying it effectively sought to block an affordable housing development.