JOAN VENNOCHI

Boston needs to figure out how to share the roads

BOSTON, MA - 5/19/2017:Bikers in mass rdie down Washington Street Boston. National Bike to Work Day on Friday, May 19, 2017. In total, 13 bike convoys will made stops at locations across the metro Boston area, and cyclists will meet at Boston City Hall Plaza in the morning for a festival that will include music, exhibits and breakfast. Other cyclists gathered at City Hall Plaza, wearing black in protest and for a silent vigil. (David L Ryan/Globe Staff Photo) SECTION: METRO TOPIC 20jaywalkers

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Motorists, cyclists, and pedestrians need to come together.

DANTE RAMOS

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An ambitious push to reshape public housing in Charlestown is too important to let stall in the face of mounting neighborhood concerns about traffic and tall buildings.

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No, cutting the social safety net will not replace “dependency with the dignity of work.”

JOAN WICKERSHAM

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Opinion | Alan Berger

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It must have been galling for Vladimir Putin to see President Trump getting close to Saudi royals.

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Editorial cartoonist Dan Wasserman on the removal of Confederate monuments in New Orleans.

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NIMBYism shouldn’t stall Charlestown project

An ambitious push to reshape public housing in Charlestown is too important to let stall in the face of mounting neighborhood concerns about traffic and tall buildings.

JOAN WICKERSHAM

In art, order conquers chaos

It’s the very definition of civilization.

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US universities are still the envy of the world

“Regardless of the mess we have created in funding, financial aid, and most everything else, it’s the American . . . colleges that the rest of the world still wants.” — Sol Gittleman

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“Without proper oversight, this could be another giveaway of public assets to real estate profiteers.” — Rand Wilson

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