Facebook users “like” things 2.7 billion times a day. People share their opinions more than 500 million times daily on Twitter. Now, this start-up is betting it can change everything from product placement to how we elect our president.
By Neil Swidey
A pledge to return to Coney Island and build lasting memories anew.
By Tara Lynn Jordan
When a drunken intruder set fire to our living room, one brave neighbor headed off disaster.
By Cathy Wolff
Before you make your feast, a few leftovers recipes you may want to plan ahead for.
By Adam Ried
A Restaurant’s Take
All the flavors of leftovers--but you don’t have to cook a thing!
Dinner With Cupid
These two make sure to stay active. Will they put as much energy into their blind date?
These cocktail frocks channel the 1940s, ’50s, and ’80s.
By Tina Sutton
On the Block
These properties in Harvard, Canton, and Jamaica Plain showcase both modern and traditional options.
Out and About
Costumes, Celtics, and good causes.
Your Week Ahead
Let the holiday festivities begin, plus contraptions at MIT and a storytelling contest.
The Hampton, New Hampshire-based funnyman makes a joke on Twitter.
Tales From the City
A Lexington neighbor who suffers from his buddy’s three-day weekends. Plus, a Framingham kid’s video-game question.
Globe Magazine readers respond to stories about the Republican/Democrat divide, the Greater Boston Food Bank, and whether Lance Armstrong is a hero or a villain.