The devastating opioid epidemic that’s been the focus of many Globe stories and the HBO documentary “Heroin: Cape Cod, USA” will be spotlighted in a series deing developed by Starz. According to Deadline, the drama, titled “P-Town,” will be about a hard-partying lesbian in Provincetown who works as a federal Fisheries Service Agent and uses her gun and badge to seduce female tourists. She becomes acutely aware of the Outer Cape’s grim heroin epidemic when she discovers a body in Cape Cod Bay.
The show’s being written and executive produced by former “Gotham” and “Mentalist” writer Rebecca Cutter, a Cambridge native. Also on board are “Power” executive producer Gary Lennon and Jerry Bruckheimer TV.
The second installment of Oxygen’s two-part documentary about the former Patriots player looks at some of his relationships.Continue reading »
And why food television still has a long way to go.Continue reading »
The conservative columnist says he was “invited to stay on” after the paper was bought by Alden Global Capital.Continue reading »
Last year, Erin French’s little restaurant in a former gristmill received more than 10,000 calls in 24 hours. This year, she’s doing it differently.Continue reading »
What does the Seaport offer diners who actually live in Boston? An escape from the known city, and ourselves.Continue reading »
As he has done in the past, Brady advocates eating “real foods” and achieving balance — almost to an extreme.Continue reading »
About 14,000 throat cancers are diagnosed every year in the US, and about 70 percent of those are related to HPV.Continue reading »
The results are in from Round 1 of this year’s Munch Madness restaurant tournament bracket. Appropriately for New England, seafood dominated.Continue reading »
Some educators maintain that smartphones in schools are crucial to being competitive in a global market, while others insist they distract students.Continue reading »