December 21, 2014 | Bostonians of the Year

The employees of Market Basket

2014 Bostonians of the Year: Market Basket employees

The grocery chain’s 25,000 workers risked their jobs to support a benevolent leader and highlighted that a company formula of low prices and good wages can succeed.

2014 Bostonians of the Year: Honorable mentions

Nine more of 2014’s most remarkable citizens


A decade of Bostonians of the Year

Since 2004, the Boston Globe Magazine has named a Bostonian of the Year. Here’s a look back at previous winners.


The Globe Magazine’s 2015 calendar

The year ahead.

First Person

 BU hockey’s Jack Eichel is looking good for World Junior Championship

The freshman forward from North Chelmsford is also projected as a top 2015 NHL draft pick, but there’s a lot of college hockey ahead of him first.

Examiner

 When Boston first went big: Considering one of our original skyscrapers

With the city in the midst of a building boom, a look back at the Batterymarch Building. By Elizabeth Gehrman

Dinner With Cupid


Blind Date: Food for thought

Busy drinking and talking, these co-ops forgot the main course.

A Restaurant’s Take

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The chain’s latest addition focuses on Italian flavor. By Devra First

On the Block


For sale: Homes in Swampscott and Gloucester

What can you buy in the $1 million range? By Stacey Myers

Connections


Staying close to family, though continents apart

Nothing was as fun as when we were all together. I cried whenever we parted. By Priyanka Dayal McCluskey

Miss Conduct


Advice: Help! I don’t want to host that houseguest

Five days of dealing with a particularly demanding visitor. Plus, a freebie leads to a dilemma. By Robin Abrahams

Tales From the City

Ready to where?

A mix-up over what to mail.

Comments

Letters to the editor of the Globe Magazine

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