A warm year for Boston in 2012
Why do shrinks flock to Cape Cod’s Wellfleet?
Every summer, thousands of mental health professionals pack their bags and set off for the tiny town.
What would Jesus do (about climate change)?
Gordon College science professor Dorothy Boorse wants evangelical Christians to connect their faith with caring for the environment.
A rare ride, the bamboo bicycle
Erba Cycles’ Randall Levere turns heads with the unexpected material he uses in his South Boston cycling business.
Olympic dreams: How Boston was shaped by the trophies it didn’t win
The city tried and failed to host the 1980 alterna-Olympics, the 1976 World Expo, and NASA Mission Control. They ended up changing the landscape anyway.
Curt Schilling’s son Gehrig, family overcome obstacles
Gehrig Schilling conquered an eating disorder as his family endured illness and financial troubles.
Boston father’s group grows
The Boston Dads Group’s membership has soared from just a few initial members in October of 2013 to 130 members now.
A magical night with Mark Morris Dance Group at Jacob’s Pillow
The Morris dancers are, as always, vibrant of expression, both physical and facial, and the four Morris dances are masterfully designed and giddily musical.
Rockwell, Arianda in ‘Love,’ a compelling reunion
Williamstown Theatre Festival’s new production of Sam Shepard’s “Fool for Love,’’ directed by Daniel Aukin, registers today as a surprisingly fragmentary work; at 75 minutes, it’s over too soon.
Bride, beau, and bear make merry in ‘The Bartered Bride’
Though the libretto, by Karel Sabina, doesn’t draw from the Bard, it’s clever enough to be Shakespearean.
Landmarks belatedly opens season with Latin sizzle
Boston Landmarks Orchestra hosted the inclusive, joyous season-opener of their free summer series at the DCR Hatch Memorial Shell.
‘If it is Your Life’ by James Kelman
The feisty and poetic new collection of short stories is from the Booker-Prize winning Scottish writer.
My fertility problems are hurting the marriage
Nothing kills the passion quite like a strict sex schedule. For me, our bedroom has become a place filled with disappointment and sadness.
Entitled Brewing Launches in Hingham
Employees at a popular Hingham restaurant are launching their own beer brand.
Critic’s Corner: What’s on TV this weekend
A look at upcoming TV programming, including “The Strain” on FX and “Bad Teacher” on ABC.
This day in history
Today is Saturday, July 26, the 207th day of 2014. There are 158 days left in the year.