|Babak Jian Seyedahmadi||Boston||Ophthalmology||$1,770,739|
|Victor Aviles||North Falmouth||Hematology/Oncology||$1,332,757|
|Sharon Stotsky||Wilmington||Internal Medicine||$1,120,946|
|Jennifer Crook||North Falmouth||Internal Medicine||$1,047,727|
|Robert Kelly||Fall River||Ophthalmology||$1,047,302|
|Thomas Fitzgerald||Worcester||Radiation Oncology||$1,038,066|
Could a negative Yelp review lead to a lawsuit?
A Charleston, S.C., restaurant’s “dining contract” warns guests against making defamatory statements. But can it be enforced?
Another grieving parent steps forward, while politicians cower
The men and women elected to serve our country can only offer empty empathy so long as they fear the wrath of the NRA.
Cost was scandal all along
“If we’re going to create the America of tomorrow, we need to build more efficiently.” — Andrew L. Kalloch
Learn from San Francisco
“A switch to ‘proof-of-payment’ is the kind of outside-the-box thinking that a crisis like this calls for.” — Kevin Cuddeback
Rising with or without the extension
“There appears to be no similar embrace of state action to regulate rents.” — Michael Turk
No tears for real estate speculators
“We’re supposed to accept a $1 billion, 100-percent budget overrun on a Green Line spur to Somerville?” — Rich Schrenker
Bidding procedure highly flawed
“If the final costs of bids are unknown during the bidding process, the true value of each bid can’t be judged.” — Nicholas Newell
Stephen Colbert’s highly visible transition to ‘The Late Show’
Colbert is morphing from a fire-breathing blowhard into a late-night desk jockey. His new show starts Sept. 8.
The US-China cyberwar needs detente
Both the US and China say they want dialogue and cooperation, yet they are still worlds apart.
Are solar panels worth it?
The deluge of data and the pressure to install solar panels can be debilitating. We shine some light on the murk.
Ferries offer cruise-like glamour minus the cost
A new fleet of vessels worldwide have been upgraded into surprisingly comfortable, full-service ships to vie with low-cost airlines.
Donald Trump blazes a European path in American politics
His anti-immigrant, pro-American-worker vision may be unfamiliar in the US, but it’s found success in Europe.
Is the tech party coming to an end?
Investors have had a rollicking time putting money into tech and biotech startups. Are they getting ready to split?
The lowdown on 5 condo towers coming to Boston
A look at high-rise projects being developed from Copley Square to Government Center and down to the TD Garden.
In Jobs film, Alex Gibney takes hard look at Apple icon
“For me, his story was a good way to reflect on corporate values and a certain generation that came out of the counterculture.”
A designer and her builder husband redo their Dorchester carriage house
Work and home life meld nicely for this duo with a passion for renovating.
Curt Schilling and the etiquette of ‘delete’
The Schilling tweet episode highlighted an emerging dilemma of the social-media era.
Wareham inn stands on point overlooking bay
The porch lining this yellow-stucco Victorian in Wareham is a primo spot to view the fireworks over Onset Bay.
A modernist Hoover home, once a barn, gets a stylish revamp
A renovation to a home in Lincoln pays tribute to its history, while adding a hint of Japanese style.