Chemotherapy is effective at killing the majority of cancer cells in a tumor. But some cells can survive.
Killing resistant cancer cells
Williamstown’s ‘Great Wilderness’ worth the trek
Samuel D. Hunter’s play, now at Williamstown Theatre Festival, is a flawed but affecting drama.
Opening a B&B can be risky but rewarding business
Susan Hodder and Michael Feldmann, two corporate professionals, transformed into novice Boothbay Harbor innkeepers in 2003.
Country star Stuart preserves, celebrates heritage
Country singer-songwriter and photographer Marty Stuart is on a mission to celebrate the genre’s heritage in new book and museum exhibit.
Andrew Dreyfus: The last health care reform optimist
As CEO of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Dreyfus is convinced medical costs can be reined in.
The future looks bright for Maine’s lighthouses
Lighthouses, like lobsters, can be found up and down the East Coast and beyond, but it’s Maine they symbolize.
Zach Braff banks on fans to support his new film
The director took a risk last April when he asked fans to help him finance “Wish I Was Here” through Kickstarter.
Escape to Cape Ann
For a day trip, a weekend, or longer, Gloucester, Rockport, Essex, and Manchester-by-the-Sea have loads to offer, minus the travel hassles.
‘Elephant Company’ by Vicki Croke
Croke’s story is an often moving account of J.H. Williams, who earned the sobriquet “Elephant Bill” for his unusual bond with the largest land mammals.
The Kennebunks fill your every stop
Kennebunk’s Lower Village and Kennebunkport’s Dock Square are like two claws of a lobster making one tasty destination.
After 32 years, Monty Python makes one last walk on stage
“Monty Python Live (Mostly)” at London’s O2 Arena is probably the landmark troupe’s last gathering on stage.
A shy jewel of an isle off Bath
This mid-coast island, accessible by a string of bridges, has more than 80 miles of shoreline, pretty coves, and a wildlife sanctuary.
The beauty of ‘A Summer’s Tale’
Inexplicably never before released in the United States, the film will be screened as part of the MFA’s French Film Festival.
Before Pilgrims, Englishmen shivered here
Phippsburg, Maine — not Plymouth, Mass. — is the site of the first English settlement in the Northeast.
Ride the swift Ogunquit River
To cool off, head to the southernmost part of the beach, near the town center, and try Ogunquit’s version of a lazy river.
Is that a cougar in your backyard?
Looking for bobcats, lynx, and — yes — even cougars in New England.
Emerging producer Megan Savage won a second Tony
At 26 years old and just four years out of Harvard University, the Newton native has two Tony awards.
Thoreau’s essays on Maine travel well
This year marks the 150th anniversary of the publication of Thoreau’s “The Maine Woods.”
Formulas for great Maine day trips
The owners of the store Daytrip Society in Kennebunkport, Maine, share their favorite day trips.
Zoe Friend combines nature, geometry
The Boston sculptor draws from nature, mythology, and geometry for inspiration.