These 51 innovative people and organizations did extraordinary things last year, reshaping the way we live and work.
How learning from past mistakes and other cities could make Boston a zootopia! By Michael Fitzgerald
Whether you’re in the mood for an old favorite or someplace new this summer, these outdoor spots won’t disappoint. By Kara Baskin, Ellen Bhang and Catherine Smart
A Better Life provides support to public housing residents, but requires at least one adult from each household to either work 1,200 hours a year or attend school full time. By Elizabeth Gehrman
From the region’s tallest peak to the nation’s first primary, what to expect on your New Hampshire vacation, by the numbers.
A beachy suite in Andover works for a college-age daughter today and visiting family and friends in the future.
On the Block
Whether it’s the suburbs or beachside, decks offer a pleasant spot to relax.
Tap performer, teacher, and presenter Julia Boynton assembles an all-star faculty for “Beantown Tapfest 2015.”
“Together Amy and I do things that are sometimes new to me. Cooking is one.”
Readers respond to stories about compassionate use of experimental drugs, Angell Animal Medical Center’s anniversary, and a widow rescued by her dog.
TALES FROM THE CITY
“Hey, is it so crowded because that’s where Judge Judy works on her television show?”
He likes Starbucks, she likes Dunkin’. Will this date percolate?
Plus, a letter writer having a hard time getting along with her boyfriend’s sister.
Easy and unmessy camp-style cooking in your own backyard.
A survivor and retired surgeon reflects on why the diagnosis shouldn’t be such an awkward subject.
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A severely burned boy. His devoted caregiver. Their extraordinary journey.
Dining Out reviews
Check out the Globe’s reviews of dozens of Boston-area restaurants.