This is Sarah Lewis. You should know who she is

Sarah Lewis’s “Vision & Justice” has grown from a Harvard classroom to a convening this week of some of the world’s most celebrated black creatives, from Ava DuVernay to Carrie Mae Weems to Wynton Marsalis.

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Ask Amy

Sexy 60-something seeks same

Advice from Amy Dickinson

Mike Popkowski recounted the bobcat attack inside Muddy Waters Café in New London, Conn.

Conn. man in golf course bobcat attack can still see ‘miserable animal coming at me’

Mike Popkowski says he remembers a guttural growl and a faint skunk-like smell before the rabid creature jumped on his back, bit his left arm and nearly severed his earlobe.

Love Letters

I want a daily check-in

He goes days without acknowledging me. I’ve told him this is an issue for me, and he apologized and said he needs to be better about it.

Love Letters

Getting dumped doesn’t get easier with age

You’d think as we get older, we’d learn to handle breakups like adults.

Abortions rights advocates marched in Washington, D.C. last month

US judge in Oregon to block new Trump abortion policy

Judge Michael McShane said Tuesday he intends to at least partially block a federal rule change that could cut off funding for providers who refer patients for an abortion.

Ask Amy

Parenthood points and perks don’t add up

Advice from Amy Dickinson.

Christopher Knight and his wife, Cara, in Ha Long Bay in northern Vietnam.

The VIP Lounge | Christopher Knight

The VIP Lounge with Christopher Knight

The “Brady Bunch” costar was set to visit Massachusetts April 25 to host Journey Forward’s 11th annual Vegas Casino Night at Kings Dedham. We caught up with him to talk about all things travel.

From top: André Ménard, a cofounder of the Festival International de Jazz de Montréal, introduces a performer; free outdoor concerts draw the largest audiences at the festival, held in the city’s Quartier des Spectacles.

Montreal jazz festival at 40: A talk with André Ménard

This year marks the 40th edition of the Festival International de Jazz de Montréal, scheduled for June 27-July 6. It also marks the last year of involvement for André Ménard and Alain Simard, cofounders of what the Guinness Book of World Records calls the “world’s largest jazz festival.”

New photos mark 1st birthday of Britain’s Prince Louis

Britain’s Prince William and his wife, Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, have released new photos of their youngest child, Prince Louis, to celebrate his first birthday. Prince Louis reached the milestone on Tuesday.

AUSTIN, TX - MARCH 10: (L-R) Producer, Writer, and Editor Robin Blotnick, Amy Vilela, Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Director, Writer and Producer Rachel Lears, Cori Bush, and Producer Sarah Olson attend the SXSW premiere of the Netflix Original Documentary

Netflix drops ‘Knock Down the House’ trailer

The film follows four progressive female congressional candidates during the 2018 election cycle, and focuses on Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the lone winner.

Americans getting more inactive, computers partly to blame

At Quinta da Pacheca, a stunning rural vineyard in Portugal, guests can sleep in luxury accommodations shaped like wine barrels.

These four wineries are debuting new luxury digs

A new crop of wineries has upped the luxury quotient in their on-site vineyard hotels, making it even more desirable to sip and stay.

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Here, there, and everywhere

Travel news you can use.

Mount Washington Cog Railway, the first mountain-climbing cog railway in the world, turns 150

The iconic and historic railroad will celebrate with a variety of special events and programs.

A Malawi woman received a dose of the malaria vaccine at Mitundu Community Hospital in Malawi's capital district of Lilongwe on Tuesday.

Malawi becomes 1st nation to immunize kids against malaria

The World Health Organization said Malawi has become the first country to begin immunizing children against malaria, using the only licensed vaccine to protect against the mosquito-spread disease.

Travel Troubleshooter

A missing leg on Asiana — and a missing refund from Expedia

After Asiana Airlines dropped a leg of Alyssa Jean Esteba’s flight from Toronto to Manila, she went looking for a refund. But Expedia couldn’t find one. Can this advocate help?

Natick, MA--03/11/2019--Izzy Arbeiter, a 94-year-old Holocaust survivor from Poland, shows students from Malden High School the identification tattoo he received on his arm while at Auschwitz during a visit to the Museum of World War II in Natick, MA on Monday morning. (Nathan Klima for The Boston Globe) Topic: 041419Arbeiter Reporter:

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Amid anti-Semitism across America, this 94-year-old Holocaust survivor is keeping the faith

Izzy Arbeiter made it out of Auschwitz against the odds. Amid a recent disturbing wave of bigotry against Jews in America, he’s still telling his story and refusing to despair.

Americans getting more inactive, computers partly to blame

Americans are becoming increasingly sedentary, spending almost a third of their waking hours sitting down, and computer use is partly to blame, a new study found.

Melinda Gates in photo by Jason Bell for Pivotal Ventures


Melinda Gates pairs her reading and her travel

Her new book is “The Moment of Lift: How Empowering Women Changes the World’’

Ask Amy

Use a stick, not a carrot, to curb constant talking

Advice from Amy Dickinson.

Love Letters

Are we ready to move in together?

If we do that within the year, are we moving too fast?

Getting Salty with Kerri Lynch-Delaney of 16C in Quincy

The restaurant is known for pan pizza — she collaborated on the dough recipe with aunt Barbara Lynch — and steak tips. She celebrates three years in business this week.

Bird sightings on Cape Cod

Recent sightings as reported to the Massachusetts Audubon Society.


Make the shandy a springtime standard

No more balking at beer cocktails.

Q&A with Lindsay-Jean Hard, author of ‘Cooking with Scraps’

Her new book “Cooking with Scraps: Turn Your Peels, Rinds, and Stems into Delicious Meals,” revives the notion that stale bread, outdated produce, and cheese rinds are hidden treasures that should be put to use, not sent to the disposal or compost bin.


Whittier Street Health Center toasts Jim Judge

On April 10, more than 700 guests attended Whittier Street Health Center’s toast to Jim Judge, who serves as chairman, president and CEO of Eversource Energy. The health center honored Judge for his longtime support, as well as his leadership in the community at large. The event was held at the Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel in the Back Bay and raised more than $925,000. Attendees included Frederica M. Williams, the health center’s president and CEO, and Mary Judge, who was presented with a plaque recognizing the support that she and Jim, her husband, have provided.

American Provisions in Dorchester worth the wait

The new corner store in the Treadmark building in Dorchester’s Ashmont section was slated to open two years ago, when a fire tore through the building during construction.

Brins Lemon Saffron marmalade will stick with you

It’s a robust and tart marmalade made from slowly simmered fresh lemons and threads of saffron.

Mini GreenPan is a small wonder

If you often cook a sole egg or an omelet for yourself, or are warming up a small amount, a mini GreenPan will be most useful.

Slices of kiwi are topped with mealworms during the Edible Insects Festival.

At Edible Insects Festival, students squash the ick factor and dive fork first into the future

At last week’s BugFeast, guests weren’t just curious, they were hungry, swarming around trays full of food. But what will it take to get even more Americans to embrace this eco-friendly, healthy way to feed a rapidly growing world?

Boston, Ma., 05/ 21 /10: Dylan Dreyer is WHDH-TV Channel 7's lead meterologist in the mornings where she has helped boost ratings among the viewers in the key demographic, 25-54. (8:30 to 9) ( David L Ryan / Globe Staff ) section:BUSINESS slug: meteorologists reporter Johnny Diaz Library Tag 06012010 Business


Dylan Dreyer discusses her miscarriage, infertility to help ‘shed the stigma’

The “Today” show meteorologist, who worked for Channel 7 in Boston before heading to New York, talked about secondary infertility and the emotional loss.

Hiring a matchmaker might help you find Mr. or Mrs. Right.

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How to hire a matchmaker

Here are a few tips for those looking to hire their own personal cupid.

Watch these two pups on the loose casually parade through Tewksbury

“It was funny as heck,” said Jim Lyons, who took a video of the dogs parading down the street, side by side.

Jenna Bush Hager arrived at the 74th annual Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif., earlier this year.


‘Today’ co-anchor Jenna Bush Hager expecting 3rd child

The announcement comes less than a week after her co-anchor, Hoda Kotb, announced she had adopted her second child.

An artist’s rendering of the inside of Time Out Market, coming to the former Landmark Center on Park Drive.

BISq, Mamaleh’s, and George Howell join Time Out Market lineup

The food and cultural center is scheduled to open in the coming months at the former Landmark Center on Park Drive.

An adult peregrine falcon circled near its nest on a ledge overlooking Lake Mead in Temple Bar, Ariz.

Biologist study finds mercury in predator peregrine falcons

A Nevada wildlife researcher has found that not even the fastest bird on Earth can escape mercury contamination.

New attack on Ebola center in Congo; 1 militia member killed

Militia members attacked an Ebola treatment center hours after another attack killed a staffer with the World Health Organization, a Congolese official said Saturday.

Ask Amy

Brother worries about sister and her choice of fiance

Advice from Amy Dickinson

Two-wave US flu season is now the longest in a decade

Three months ago, this flu season was shaping up to be short and mild in the U.S. But a surprising second viral wave has made it the longest in 10 years.

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I know I can’t love him

I feel like I can’t ever really “love” again. As if that part of me is just ... irreparably broken.


All together now

A new photo book site makes crowdsourcing seamless.

It’s fun and games (and cocktails) at Thirst Boston.

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Attention cocktail lovers: It’s almost time for Thirst Boston

Cocktail extravaganza Thirst Boston takes place April 26-28, with seminars, parties, and, yes, plenty of imbibing at venues throughout the city.

Tom Brady posed for a photo with his parents, Tom and Galynn Brady, prior to Super Bowl XLVI in 2012.

Tom Brady praised his parents’ ‘trust, love, and dedication’ on their 50th anniversary

“The strength of their marriage has always been an inspiration and the best example to me and my sisters,” the quarterback wrote on Instagram.

Connections | Magazine

The not-so-terrible twos

Unlike everyone else, my toddler son doesn’t know I have cancer — and that’s a relief.

Style Watch

What to do with a bedroom when there’s no place for a bed

Clean lines and carefully considered details bring order to a challenging master bedroom.

Rabid bobcat attacks golfer on Mohegan Sun golf course

The bobcat was shot and killed by state environmental police shortly after it attacked a man on the Mohegan Sun Golf Course in Sprague.

Special report

//[1].jpg Bitten by Uncertainty: A Globe report on Lyme disease in the Northeast

In 2013, the Globe took an in-depth look at the disease, the patients, the debate, and the science.


// The Love Letters podcast: Ditch the ex’s T-shirt, or wear it?

After a breakup, is it better to hold onto relics from the relationship, or to dump them?

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Check out the Globe’s reviews of dozens of Boston-area restaurants.

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// Second Life

An architect turns his old barn in Newport, Rhode Island, into a light-filled multipurpose haven for family and guests.