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From fried fish sandwiches to lobster rolls, from blueberry pie to ice cream, the Globe magazine highlight the must-try options in the region.
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We lured angling insiders into revealing a dozen destinations in the region. Well, at least those they’ll share.
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British historian Gordon Campbell talks about perhaps the strangest landscaping trend of all time.
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Bill Brett’s Globe photos and pictures of Mark Wahlberg, Matt Damon, Marathon hero Carlos Arredondo, and more in and around Boston.
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Refocused on handguns, the 161-year-old Springfield gun maker rose to the top spot of the 2013 Globe 100 rankings.
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The Framingham-based retailer earned the number two spot on this year’s Globe 100 list thanks to impressive business growth.
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The Boston-based mobile communications company saw demand propel profit up 60 percent to $637 million last year.
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The 80-year-old multibillion-dollar Waltham energy company enjoyed its best year to date in 2012.
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When Boston.com asked readers to submit their reasons for loving Boston, the responses flooded in.
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Turning Republican Senate nominee Gabriel Gomez’s story into a national one would be the smart play. Unfortunately, the GOP can’t realize the obvious.
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Laws that would give illegal immigrants new ways to assimilate will help them to open businesses, create jobs, and save ailing communities.
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. People have been riding home-made pedal-powered contraptions for over a hundred years.
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Policy choices should be focused on civilian protection, humanitarian aid, and governance support, dealing with the de facto fragmentation of the country as an objective, albeit temporary, reality.
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Senator Elizabeth Warren has gotten the attention she desires; now, she should follow up with an effort to draw other senators into a conversation about serious education finance reform.
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