Coming to the screen, ‘Gone Girl’ doesn’t go anywhere
The much-anticipated adaptation, starring Ben Affleck, is a brilliantly unsettling exercise in nothing ever quite coming together.
Town, environmentalists try to buy Maine island to preserve access
The campaign aims to prevent High Island from going the way of others that have been snapped up by wealthy buyers and closed to the public.
Is 3-D food printing the next microwave?
Since scientists and engineers began working on 3D printing, the food version of the 3-D food printer is taking shape.
Steve Tocco takes a victory lap on Wynn win
Perhaps one of the biggest gambles Steve Wynn ever made was trusting Steve Tocco.
Bastille Kitchen is not Julia Child’s French bistro
Fort Point’s Bastille Kitchen serves modernized French fare, for better and worse.
Afghanistan and United States Sign Bilateral Security Agreement
KABUL, Afghanistan — Nearly a year after a long-term deal to keep U.S. troops in Afghanistan was suddenly derailed amid worsening relations, Afghanistan and the United States signed the security pact Tuesday.
Jessica Merchant: Personal trainer to blogger to author
Merchant created 150 new recipes for “Seriously Delish,” but her blog readers will find the style of cooking and tone familiar.
Government confirms first case of Ebola in US
DALLAS (AP) — Federal health officials on Tuesday confirmed the first case of Ebola diagnosed in the U.S., a patient who recently traveled from Liberia to Dallas, a sign of the far-reaching impact of the out-of-control epidemic in West Africa.
First group of women leadership fellows start in state government
Fourteen women are taking top level positions in the Patrick administration for an inaugural one-year fellowship program.
For mother, daughter, schmaltz isn’t just in the recipes
Barbara Sidell and Kathy Sidell Trustman call the 51-year history of break-the-fast at the end of Yom Kippur “very meaningful” for their family.
US Ebola labs, health equipment arrive in Liberia
NEW YORK — With quick and coordinated action by some of its top doctors, Nigeria, Africa’s most populous country, appears to have contained its first Ebola outbreak, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Tuesday.
The spice is right in Seattle authors’ recipes
“World Spice at Home” tells you how to blend your own spices and what to make with them, as it takes you around the world.
Myanmar and Sri Lankan hard-liners ink agreement
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka — A Myanmar Buddhist monk and a Sri Lankan ultranationalist both known for campaigning against Muslims signed an agreement on Tuesday to work together to protect Buddhism, which they say is being challenged worldwide.
Cider to sunchokes at Portsmouth market
At the weekly farmers’ market in Portsmouth, N.H., you’ll find 60-plus vendors.
Portuguese, Azorean fare at Old School House
Old School House Pub & Restaurant in Hudson serves hearty comfort food from Portugal and the Azores.