August 17, 2014 | The Boston Globe Magazine

How to build the perfect BBQ meal

Gary Goldblatt of PigTrip.net picks his 8 can’t-miss items from around the state. By Gary Goldblatt

Ribs from M&M Ribs food truck, which sets up in several locations around the city.

Boston’s 10 best BBQ joints

We decree which spots serve the tastiest ribs, pulled pork, brisket, and other smoked specialties.

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My brother’s life ended with an overdose

Our family was powerless to stop his lifelong, and life-ending, drug and alcohol addiction. By George Bell

Meat clerk Eric Cabral, Market Basket store No. 39, Nashua. Anatomy of the Market Basket meltdown

Local CEOs, the former US secretary of labor, a MIT Sloan professor, and more offer their reflections on the company’s disastrous summer.

Which of America’s great barbecue regions does it best?

Transplants from Kansas City, Memphis, Texas, and North Carolina make their cases.

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How we talk about Israel

As a new memoir shows, debate over Israeli policies can sometimes be more open overseas than in the US. By H.D.S. Greenway

Examiner

Sources: MBTA; Bradley H. Clarke of the Boston Street Railway Association; Assembly Row Orange Line’s Assembly: Charlie’s got a new stop

An Orange Line station is expected to open in Somerville’s Assembly Square in a few weeks, the first new rapid transit rail station in 26 years.

Dinner with Cupid

Elizabeth Bain (left) and Mark Trilling. Blind date: Cooking with fire

Will these two bond on their blind dinner date, or have they bitten off more than they can chew?

Connections


Can you, should you, be consumed with how you walk?

As a boy, I tried to copy my father’s stride, but now I’ve settled into my own. By William Dameron

First Person

Confessions from an air conditioning repairman

Heat and humidity can make for some cranky customers. Take it from longtime air conditioning repairman Ken Nielsen, president of North Reading’s AccuAire.

On the Block


For sale: Homes in North Reading

This town with an historic center sits about 18 miles from Boston. By Stacey Myers

A Restaurant’s Take

Delightful Turkish

Try the grilled lunch plate at Mediterranean Turkish Food in Framingham. By Stephen Meuse

Tales from the City

Ah, nature!

The sounds of the ocean on Revere Beach.

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