Look back at the Big Three era of Ray Allen, Kevin Garnett, and Paul Pierce - and era marked by the emergence of Rajon Rondo as one of the Celtics' best players - as it was covered from 2007-2013 by The Boston Globe:
‘Wimpy Kid’ buys its author’s dream bookstore
Author Jeff Kinney’s success permitted his family to open An Unlikely Story and transform their adopted hometown of Plainville into an unlikely destination.
Massmouth cofounder ends her chapter
Norah Dooley plans to shutter massmouth’s office and hand over its day-to-day administrative tasks to a group of fellow storytellers.
The Boston Olympics are dead; the year 2024 is alive and well
Let’s keep the postmortems to a minimum and get to work immediately on the future.
With these twins, differences lie in the details
Samuel and William Wonson of Gloucester were captured in a portrait by Boston artist Moses B. Russell in the mid 19th century.
Benny Sharoni, ‘Slant Signature’
Tenor saxophonist Benny Sharoni’s “Slant Signature” showcases the bluesy, tuneful, groove-based imperatives of hard bop.
Maria Schneider, nature poet of jazz
Multiple Grammy winner Maria Schneider’s music unabashedly takes in and pays tribute to the physical world.
What Taylor Swift says — and what she doesn’t
Swift knows how to capture fans, but she misses an opportunity.
Life, literature, and strangers on a train in ‘The Unexpected Man’
The play has flaws, but actors John Woodson and Corinna May bring life to this production.
‘God and Jetfire: Confessions of a Birth Mother’ by Amy Seek
“God and Jetfire” is a heart-tugging account of how writer Amy Seek decides to give up her baby boy for adoption but remain in his life.
‘Lists of Note: An Eclectic Collection Deserving of a Wider Audience,’ compiled by Shaun Usher
Isaac Newton’s sins, Marilyn Monroe’s dream lovers, and Susan Sontag’s rules for parenting are just a smattering of the many intimacies found in this book.
Night Watch: Viva La Vaudeville at Stage
Stage offers a place where patrons can step back in time to Prohibition-era Boston for a vaudeville-inspired night of entertainment.
Her fiance notices men
Whenever we watch TV, movies, or talk about people in general, he is quick to point out “what a great looking guy” some guys are.
Offbeat pairings dot summer music landscape
This year’s summer concert season includes numerous seemingly unlikely pairings — but are these acts really so incompatible?
Despite prospects of savings, few shop around for car insurance
Americans are more than twice as loyal to their insurance companies than their employers, according to a survey.
New York magazine cover features 35 Bill Cosby accusers
The magazine’s new cover refers to Cosby’s accusers as “An Unwelcome Sisterhood” and was shot by photographer Amanda Demme.
‘I Am Cait’ a compelling slice of TV
The show, which premiered Sunday, documents the day-to-day unreal reality of Caitlyn Jenner, fresh from her public debut as herself.
Pay surges for local prep school leaders
The median pay for leaders of elite New England prep schools was $450,000 in 2012, with one earning as much as $1.3 million.
Biden’s plans for 2016 still a mystery
It’s six months until the Iowa caucuses and the Democratic field still has one big asterisk: the 72-year-old sitting vice president.
Bernie Sanders, other candidates need to get louder on civil rights
Politicians must quickly realize that waving a scrapbook of good deeds done is not enough.
Young stroke survivor Valerie Giglio’s long road back
Valerie Giglio Samson was just 42 when a stroke left her partially paralyzed. A new program aims to help victims like her.