Watch the Red Sox parade rolling rally as it makes its way through Boston. The parade starts at 10 a.m., live video is provided by NESN.
Easy slice-and-bake cookie recipes for busy holidays
When you have more time — or unexpected guests at the door — slice, bake, and go.
The trick $3 gas plays on us
Lower prices at the pump have a way of making us feel suddenly rich. But don’t celebrate yet.
Turkey trots an emerging Thanksgiving tradition
Thanksgiving Day comes just before the heavy snows blanket the region, offering cool, crisp conditions.
Macau’s new stamps showcase 2,000 years of math, word puzzles
The most unique feature of the set is how alive the stamps feel.
A tour de force by Brooke Adams in ‘Happy Days’
Adams as Winnie in the Commonwealth Shakespeare Company production is one of the best performances this year.
Twenty-five years ago, a key moment in gay rights fight
In 1989 Massachusetts lawmakers passed a law protecting gay and lesbian residents from discrimination. It was a 17-year effort.
Kahane brings heady concept album to Cafe 939
Pop polymath Gabriel Kahane, a singer-songwriter, concert-music composer, and musical-theater creator, performs songs from his latest album, “The Ambassador,” at Cafe 939 on Monday.
Fantasy football: Which way to go on Jonas Gray?
Gray is coming off a huge effort, but the Patriots can go different ways with their offensive game plans.
Coffee and beer aficionados join forces
Over the last several years, coffee gurus and beer aficionados have turned their obsessive concern for fine beverages into an unlikely brew: coffee beer.
Black Friday gets trampled in November rush
The increase in other days that offer big savings has robbed the day after Thanksgiving of its distinctive retail identity.
Complaints prompt Cambridge to evict synagogue’s bees
Rabbi Liza Stern is fighting to keep four beehives on the roof of the children’s school attached to her synagogue.
Obama set to act on immigration, angering GOP
The president’s plans, while cheered by advocates, could impact Democrats’ ability to work with a new Republican-led Congress.
Harvard must divest from fossil fuels
A lawsuit filed by a group of students simply aims to bring the Harvard Corporation back to its senses.
Panel quietly considers raises for top Beacon Hill officials
The pay raises could boost top legislative leaders well beyond their current $102,000 in total compensation.
For Ebola patients, getting treatment quickly is crucial
The difference between life and death for Ebola patients is often a matter of time and fluids as much as technology and drugs.
Celtics topple winless 76ers
Boston snapped its three-game losing streak behind 23 points by Brandon Bass and 22 by Jared Sullinger.
The next step for Partners HealthCare
Choosing someone like Kate Walsh, who currently leads Boston Medical Center, would send a powerful message.
Buffalo residents tunnel out after epic snow
Already buried under as much as 5½ feet of snow Wednesday, another storm is expected to bring 2 to 3 more feet by late Thursday.
Israel retaliates over pedestrian deaths
Security forces demolished the family home of an East Jerusalem man who plowed his car into pedestrians last month.