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An anti-abortion activist intended to intimidate a Wichita physician when she sent a letter suggesting someone might place an explosive under the doctor’s car, a Justice Department lawyer told jurors in opening statements in her civil trial Tuesday.
Things you’d be likely to find on a Vermont commune in the 1970s:
James Sullivan writes about the book “We Are as Gods” and the back to the land movement of the 1970s.
When the restaurant switched to wood fire, the owners found a new use for the appliance.
Advice from Amy Dickinson
from the bar
The mezcal cocktail is smoky and sour.
Jordan Bailey likes “grandma food” and wants to make things a little more fun.
By Lauren Daley | Globe correspondent
Maine’s Whitehall opens for the Season May 8.
More than 400 people in Peshawar have been bitten over the past month.
About a third of those polled also noted daily arguments over screen time.
A retiree in a tiny community in North Dakota has paid tribute to Prince in perhaps the most unique way a farmer can.
home of the week
The fourth-floor condo has a roof deck and exterior walls of glass.
Perspective | Globe Magazine
For Mother’s Day, here are the promises I make to you, my dear friends with kids.
Summer Travel | Globe Magazine
Compared with flashier Napa, the feeling is more laid-back in Sonoma — the perfect place to learn a little something while you sip.
With a technology theme, it’s no surprise that some of the gowns and getups presented on the red carpet were brow-raising.
These spicy-sweet nuts from Vermont are irresistible.
It’s time to reclaim the hot radish.
This celebratory feast comes together in no time.
A lovely quick bread made from pantry staples.
The confident cook
It’s easy, and it makes a world of difference to your soup
She wins fans with classic tarts and Really Good Sandwiches.
No pork, plenty of flavor.
Tony Susi’s Italian fare is about ingredients, not ego.
Salute your mother with this elegant springtime meal.
Food & TRavel
She worked at Steel & Rye and was personal chef to a member of Aerosmith. Then she fell in love with Mexico.
A light dessert with lots of fresh oranges and plenty of whipped cream.
Cara Mangini explains, and offers some advice on preparation.
Tea-infused flavors are subtle and light.
Total Wine & More is a chain. It’s huge. It’s not local. And a visit is endlessly entertaining.
Start Mother’s Day off right.
Gigi’s Restaurant serves pho, vermicelli bowls, and more, with polish.
A side of science
At an MIT lecture, and in the shop, chemistry meets culture.
Chatachtuma, spaghetti with yogurt and garlic, is a remnant of a culture almost lost.
It seems like the Patriots quarterback and his supermodel spouse took a pass this year.
Customize your bowl of soup with Mexican garnishes served at the table.
Wash and drain them easily. No one escapes OXO’s new Rice & Grains Washing Colander.
My mother made it for me, and her mother made it for her
Advice from Amy Dickinson
Recent bird sightings on Cape Cod as reported to the Massachusetts Audubon Society.
Taylor Swift was among those who surprised, wearing a short silver sequined Louis Vuitton gown with high black gladiator sandals.
Chang was on her way to becoming the Susan Lucci of the Beards — until Monday, when she won the award for outstanding baker.
The announcement that Malia Obama will take a year off before starting at Harvard has triggered a wave of commentary.
Between multiple children, nonstop e-mails, and afterschool activities, some families are carving out unhurried time just for themselves.
The research also found that playground concussions, a potentially serious injury, are on the rise.
Kensington Palace officials said the images were taken by Princess Charlotte’s mother, Kate.
A study of Season 8’s participants has yielded surprising new discoveries about the physiology of obesity.