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Surgical error at Tufts prompts widespread changes
The death of a patient at Tufts Medical Center last year highlighted medical errors involving “cognitive bias.”
Jeff Bridges shows his musical side at the Wilbur
Taking a break from his primary career, veteran actor Jeff Bridges embraces his alter-ego as a rootsy singer-songwriter.
Leave room in your carry-on for pet guilt
While we are away on vacation, should we feel guilty about leaving our pets behind?
Dawnn Jaffier’s legacy ‘will never go away’
More than 200 mourners gathered at a Mattapan church to mourn the 26-year-old.
Painting your house an unusual color
If you’re confident about your color choice, own it — no matter what the neighbors say. These homeowners did, and they couldn’t be happier.
Malcolm Rogers: Adding up 20 years at the MFA
He’s lost an inch and found hundreds of millions of dollars. Malcolm Rogers, who marks his 20th anniversary as director of the Museum of Fine Arts on Monday, has transformed the institution over his tenure.
Feel bad about taking those toiletries? Don’t.
Those little self-assigned parting favors from hotel rooms were rightfully yours as part of your room charge, weren’t they?
In Somerville, shuttered factory now a hub of innovation
The Ames Business Park is not only fully occupied, it has also become the entrepreneurial epicenter of the city.
Even minus a few premieres, still plenty to see in Toronto
The Toronto International Film Festival is still Oscar season’s prime launching pad, and there are some terrific films you may not see anywhere else.
Bearing artistic witness in the ’60s
“Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties,” at the Hood Museum of Art, examines politics and culture colliding.
A foot in the east and a place at the table
Hong Kong is the home of five of the world’s biggest casinos.
Family, residents remember Brockton boy fatally struck by car
The small shrine of candles and teddy bears set up Friday night was growing Saturday as many paused to pay their respects.
Wrestling with a guilty conscience while watching bulls toppled
I’ve come to Villavicencio, Colombia, to understand the fascination of watching bulls flipped over at high speeds.
Oppenheim’s poem blooms in musical odes to labor
James Oppenheim’s protest poem “Bread and Roses” took root as an anthem for workers and the labor movement.
Whimsical towers get top billing at Berkshires retreat
Architect Hugh Hardy restored Radio City Music Hall, put a new gloss on baseball’s shrine in Cooperstown, and built this home.
Brownout gives Black Sabbath tunes a Latin-funk groove
The band’s latest album, a collection of Black Sabbath covers, has splashing brassy flourishes over Sabbath’s mighty riffs.
From food celebrations to Cambodian adventures
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Budding portrait photographer Marquette Welch shows depth in exhibit
Marquette Welch, an incoming senior at East Boston High School, is making an impressive mark as a self-taught portrait photographer who has just had her first solo exhibition.
Holy Door opens in Quebec City
Visitors to Quebec City this year can enter Notre-Dame de Quebec Basilica-Cathedral through the first Catholic Holy Door outside of Europe.
Hotel Guanahani & Spa
It’s not easy to stand out on beautiful Saint Barthélemy, the chic French Caribbean island known for its beaches, mega-yachts, and bold-faced celebs.