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Judge tosses $417M award against Johnson & Johnson

A Los Angeles judge has tossed out a $417 million jury award to a woman who claimed she developed ovarian cancer by using Johnson & Johnson baby powder for feminine hygiene.

Ralph Ravesi prepares a selection of oysters at Eventide Fenway.

quick bite

Eventide Fenway a sleek setting for seafood lovers

This is a consolidated version of Portland’s fancier restaurant in a counter-service setting.

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Elvis Gonzalez/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock (9139294a) The nephew of the poet Pablo Neruda and lawyer, Rodolfo Reyes (L), with lawyer Eduardo Contreras (C) and the president of the Chilean Communist Party, Guillermo Teillier (R) talk during meeting in Santiago, Chile 16 October 2017. A panel of experts from Chile, Spain, United States, Denmark, Canada and France meet to explore the possibility that Chilean poet-diplomat Pablo Neruda was poisoned by the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet or died due to prostate cancer. Neruda won the Nobel prize for literature in 1971 and died in 1973. Experts explore possibility poet Pablo Neruda was poisoned by Pinochet government, Santiago, Chile - 16 Oct 2017

Experts say Chilean poet Neruda did not die of cancer

An international team of scientists says Nobel Prize-winning poet Pablo Neruda did not die of cancer, as officials in Chile had said.

Connections | Magazine

Knitting was mom’s passion and keeps me linked to her

I recognized my mother’s handwriting instantly — but what did her mysterious knitting instructions mean?

Style Watch

Soft, comfy styles for lounging around

After a long day, skip the sweats and curl up in a luxe robe paired with kicky slippers.

Dinner with Cupid

Blind date: ‘She told me about some cool neuroscience she was doing’

Will these young scientists have any chemistry?

Grilled Chicken Wings with Cider Barbecue Sauce.

Cooking | Magazine

Recipes: Wings, pub cheese, and other snacks perfect for watching football

In an excerpt from his new cookbook, Townsman chef/owner Matt Jennings shares foods he loves to eat while watching the Patriots.


Letters to the editor of the Globe Magazine

Readers weigh in on Neil Swidey’s immigration column and a Connections piece on language.

Your Week Ahead

Five things to do, Oct. 23-29

Harry Potter in Concert, Boston Lit Crawl, and more.

T.F. Green Airport in Warwick, R.I.

Christopher Muther

Three N.E. airports top list of nation’s best. Logan isn’t one of them

Logan has been making strides, but was still denied entry into this exclusive clique of top airports, decided by the readers of Condé Nast Traveler.

hot ticket

A new Seaport venue that’s on a roll

Does the idea of one year of free bowling appeal to you? Of course it does.

love letters

He’s angry I sexted someone else

Mind you, J and I were not sleeping together at that time.


Quite a cozy spread

Local boutique launches a workshop full of holiday inspiration

The scenic, ancient city of Wuzhen, which has been restored.

Opening their homes, hearts, and worlds to each other

Not for the faint of heart, we would be crisscrossing the country, from Beijing in the north, to Xi’an in the center, and to Hangzhou in the south, with a lot of side trips.

Hundreds of people waited in line to use an ATM in Caguas.

The trials of reporting from hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico

Getting to Puerto Rico was hard. Getting around, staying over, and getting off the island? Even harder.


The Seaport gets spicier and Burlington gets friendlier

Restaurant news you can use.

Both kids try the braised greens beignets at Persimmon.

A road trip to rediscover the adventurous eaters in my kids

My young kids routinely ate interesting foods when we lived in France. Within a year of moving back to the States, it was all chicken fingers and hot dogs. I had to get back on track.

While you’ve got your bike helmet on . . .

Here are two more Cape Cod bike paths to consider.

A shining star among bike paths

On the Cape’s Shining Sea Bikeway, you’ll see a snapshot of some of the Commonwealth’s loveliest natural features: ponds, cedar swamps, salt marshes, wooded uplands, even a cranberry bog.

Larry Rubin’s goal is to put delicious wine in front of guests.


Wine pro invites you to discover the music of Spanish wine

At Central Square, Larry Rubin’s goal is to put delicious wine in front of guests, not to be esoteric.


Taking a shine to the family business

Lexi and Taylor Lombara run a jewelry company with their mother, Lia Lombara.

Pralines at Market Street Sweets in Charleston.

When you reach the foodie finish line in Charleston, the praline awaits

Going to Charleston means more than history, the beach, and good friends.

The VIP Lounge with John Sebastian

John Sebastian is coming to Newton next month for a jug band concert to benefit Historic Newton.

The weird, wacky Winchester House hits its stride at Halloween

No one knows for certain why Sarah Winchester, heiress to the gun company fortune, spent 38 years building a lavish Victorian mansion that was never finished.

Here, there, and everywhere

Travel news you can use.

A wildfire in Glacier National Park in Montana early last month.

How climate change is affecting travel — and what you can do about it

So how do you travel during a time of extreme weather? There’s nothing you can do to change the climate, at least in the short term, but there are a few steps you can take to ensure that disruptions are kept to a minimum.

Court to review ruling allowing abortion for immigrant teen

An appeals court on Thursday temporarily stayed a judge’s ruling that would have allowed a pregnant 17-year-old being held in a Texas facility for unaccompanied immigrant children to obtain an abortion.

Time on mobile devices soars among young children

Today 42 percent of kids age 8 or younger have their own tablet device, up from just 7 percent in 2013, according to a new report.

Your Home | Kitchens & Baths

A stylish master bath for boomers that’s practical for the future, too

Accessible features update a spa-like master bathroom in Rhode Island to stand the test of time.

Your Home | Kitchens & Baths

Coaxing more space out of a bath by adding wet room-style shower

A designer tackles the renovation of a dated Chestnut Hill bathroom, and her daughter and son reap the benefits.

Your Home | Kitchens & Baths

Need some help with your home decor? Here’s how to hire a professional

What to look for, what to ask, and what to expect when searching for an interior designer or decorator who can deliver the look you want.

Tarana Burke, the activist behind ‘Me Too,’ on where movement goes from here

To see her life’s work, the “Me Too” movement, displayed on millions of profiles across social media, has left Tarana Burke in awe.

The Alaska, from “3-Ingredient Cocktails”

From The Bar

From the Bar: Three ingredients get you to Alaska

The Alaska, one of the many overlooked classics in “3-Ingredient Cocktails,” a new book by Robert Simonson, might just become a go-to at your home bar.

Love Letters

Did her boyfriend sleep with his roommates?

They have told me how funny he is, how good looking he is, and how lucky I am, and the girls themselves are all pretty attractive.

FILE - In this June 7, 2017 file photo, Donna Karan attends the 2017 Urban Zen Stephan Weiss Apple Awards in New York. Karan says she is apologetic and embarrassed about the remarks she made last week that suggested sexual harassment victims were

Donna Karan begs forgiveness for Harvey Weinstein remarks

The fashion designer said she is embarrassed about the “stupid” remarks she made last week suggesting sexual harassment victims were “asking for it” by the way they dressed.

Senators Patty Murray, a Democrat, and Lamar Alexander, a Republican, agreed to outlines for a health care compromise.

Trump reverses course on emerging Senate health care deal

The bipartisan Senate deal to curb the growth of health insurance premiums is reeling after President Donald Trump reversed course and opposed the agreement.

Your Home | Kitchens & Baths

A Jamaica Plain kitchen gets a modern makeover inspired by nature

A gut rehab turns an awkward space from cramped and awkward to modern and user-friendly.

Love Letters

She’s stood by her philandering man for decades. Time to stop?

She’s endured years of affairs, but worries that their adult children will think less of their father if she leaves him.


The pumpkin beer we love to hate, but secretly (sort of) enjoy

A curious thing happens in Greater Boston when you order a Pumpkinhead: More often than not it comes in a pint glass whose rim has been caked with cinnamon and sugar.

Ask Amy

Sudden plan to move ties partner in knots

Advice from Amy Dickinson.

Senators have deal on health subsidies, and Trump supports it

The president insisted, though, that he’d move forward to repeal Barack Obama’s signature health law.

Your Home | Kitchens & Baths

Redesigning a kitchen around a sensational view

They bought their house in Westwood because of the beautiful yard, so they added a big window and made everything work around it.

Your Home | Kitchens & Baths

Think you need to rip out your kitchen and start over? Maybe you don’t

A Lexington couple was prepared for a big project, but cosmetic fixes did the trick.

Summary of Senate bipartisan health care agreement

 Continues payments for two years to insurers for reducing out-of-pocket such as deductibles for lower-income consumers. The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office estimates the government will spend around $20 billion on the cost-sharing reductions over the next two years. President Trump blocked the payments last week.

Brooklyn, New York-John Hodgman, author of “Vacationland” lies on a grave at the Green-Wood Cemetery. John Hodgman is a writer, comedian and author of three best-selling books about fake facts. He is the host of the Judge John Hodgman podcast and contributes a weekly column for the New York Times Magazine. Vacationland is his first non- fiction book. The Brookline native will appear at the Coolidge Corner Theatre on November 1 at 6 PM , followed by a book signing at the Brookline Booksmith at 7 PM.

Q&A | Magazine

Comedian John Hodgman runs out of fake facts, turns to the truth

The Brookline native weighs in on his first nonfiction book, rage and spite here in Massachusetts, and Maine’s “painful beaches.”

Carbonara with clams, from Matt Jennings’s “Homegrown.”

Recipe for Matt Jennings’s carbonara with clams

Spaghetti alle vongole meets carbonara, and the results are extra-luscious.