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Jewish holiday table
Over the years on Ashkenazi-Jewish tables, apples appear in cakes, such as this spice cake, and ingredients for the savory dish tzimmes appear in another spice cake.
Forget hotels and kennels — now there’s Airbnb for dogs
Online sites match vacation-bound pet owners with sitters who will host their prized pooches.
Compact Boston may have Olympic advantage
In contrast with its rivals’ spread-out plans for the 2024 Summer Games, Boston is offering itself as a city with a close array of venues.
Renovation of Graves Island lighthouse inches forward
Boston businessman David Waller aims to covert it into equal parts family vacation home and historic preservation project.
More serious charges may be next for Blackstone mother
The more serious charges could be filed after examinations are completed of the remains of three infants found in the house.
Insurers see cost hikes in Partners HealthCare mergers
Mass. insurers are seeking stricter price controls and other limits on Partners before allowing it to acquire three hospitals.
Boston may end most use of MCAS
Most Boston public schools would drop the MCAS next spring in favor of a new online testing system.
Detentions of war
How can the US keep suspected terrorists with no hope of being brought to trial, but espouse due process?
US comes to aid of Iraqi forces with airstrike
Secretary of State John Kerry said that the Obama administration would keep the door open to confidential communications with Iran.
Expect slow progress from Patriots offense
It will take time for Rob Gronkowski to reach optimal production, and the Patriots receivers just aren’t pulling their weight right now.
Boston-area casino bidders agree to substantial changes
The two finalists for the Greater Boston resort casino license agreed to a number of substantial changes to their applications.
Justice Dept. establishing programs to ID extremists
The programs are designed in part to detect American extremists who are looking to join terror organizations, including the Islamic State militant group.
$3b plan promises more natural gas in New England
Two of the largest players in the New England natural gas market have formed a partnership to expand the capacity of two major pipelines.
In Todd Hido’s photographs, place and state of mind intersect
In Todd Hido’s photography show at Boston University, “Excerpts From Silver Meadows,” sense of place is a state of mind.
Alzheimer’s didn’t take family memories
Even when Alzheimer’s robbed her of knowing my name, she reminded me of the humanity still within her soul.
Witness recounts behavior of group accused of killing delivery man
Aline Valery testified that she saw blood dripping from one of her friend’s hands.
Julian Edelman still Tom Brady’s go-to guy
While much of the offense is struggling, the Brady-Edelman connection is as strong as ever for the Patriots.
Local food lands at Logan Airport
Berkshire Farms Market, in the newly renovated Terminal B, offers a range of local food products that stand out from typical fast-food-style airport fare.