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With latest reopening news, Mass. restaurants see a way out of crisis

On Monday, restaurants in Massachusetts will be free from strict limits to their capacity for the first time in months.

Boston delays reopening of concert halls, theaters, other indoor businesses

Boston will delay the reopening of indoor performance spaces and recreational activity venues until March 22, taking a harder stance than the state, which said those spaces can open as soon as Monday.

Ta-Nehisi Coates to write new ‘Superman’ film

The acclaimed essayist and novelist who expanded the world of Wakanda for Marvel comics, will write the script from Warner Bros.

FDA advisory panel recommends Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine be cleared for use. Authorization is likely this weekend

Johnson & Johnson said that once emergency use authorization is granted, it would start shipping 4 million doses within days, 20 million by the end of March, and 100 million by the end of June. The infusion would ease the shortage of vaccines and, potentially, help tame the pandemic.

DataRobot makes move into COVID-19 monitoring

The Boston tech company says it can help people know their risk of transmitting the virus.

State health secretary explains why employer-hosted vaccine programs are being suspended

Only several weeks after actively soliciting help from the business community, the administration is now telling companies to put their COVID-19 vaccination efforts on hold.

This online fitness brand is launching line of shoes and clothing designed by Boston teens

Boston-based NOBULL, an online fitness brand, partnered with Artists for Humanity, a Boston nonprofit that connects under-resourced teens with paid jobs in art and design.

Airbnb revenue beats estimates, showing demand amid COVID surge

Airbnb showed sales of $859 million in the final three months of 2020, a decline of only 22 percent from a year earlier. Analysts had been projecting $739.7 million.