December 21, 2014 | Bostonians of the Year
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.
Nine more of 2014’s most remarkable citizens
Since 2004, the Boston Globe Magazine has named a Bostonian of the Year. Here’s a look back at previous winners.
The year ahead.
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.
With the city in the midst of a building boom, a look back at the Batterymarch Building. By Elizabeth Gehrman
Dinner With Cupid
Busy drinking and talking, these co-ops forgot the main course.
A Restaurant’s Take
The chain’s latest addition focuses on Italian flavor. By Devra First
On the Block
What can you buy in the $1 million range? By Stacey Myers
Nothing was as fun as when we were all together. I cried whenever we parted. By Priyanka Dayal McCluskey
Five days of dealing with a particularly demanding visitor. Plus, a freebie leads to a dilemma. By Robin Abrahams
Tales From the City
A mix-up over what to mail.
Readers respond to recent stories on transgender transitions, diversity, and fandom.