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The Boston Globe Magazine | March 4, 2018
The twilight of the Patriots’ dynasty has finally arrived
For almost two decades, the Patriots have torched opponents and fired up New England’s sports fans. Now the clock is ticking down. By Charles P. Pierce
Boston’s most radical TV show blew the minds of a stoned generation in 1967
When a Tufts instructor launched the trippy TV show on WGBH, it was unlike anything viewers had ever seen. By Ryan H. Walsh
Four things Massachusetts employers should do for working parents
The Commonwealth got a C- on a major report, thanks to family leave practices, failure to promote women, and child-care costs. By Addie Swartz
Best of the New
Bostonians of the Year
Dr. Ann McKee’s work may change football forever. Plus, intrepid teens, dissenting women, caring congregations, visionary scientists, and other engaged citizens making Boston stand out.
The Muck affair
One hundred years ago, one of the world’s top conductors was ensnared in a scandal involving patriotism and sex. It almost toppled Boston’s famed orchestra.
North End guide
15 of the neighborhood’s best restaurants, from elegant hideaways to buzzy trattorias to (lots of) incredible pizza.
Take a tour of your youth with this ode to the gritty clubs, home-grown talent, and visiting acts that made Boston’s music scene so mesmerizing in the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s.
Dinner With Cupid
In which Cupid fixes up a guy with a basketball injury.
Cooking | Magazine
Try turkey for dinner with mozzarella and tomatoes or as a breakfast option. Plus, sauteed chicken livers with sherry and grapes.
At Juliet’s Ball, the guests certainly knew how to make an entrance.
On the Block
A Payne Street town house overlooking baseball fields and a Grampian Way property near Savin Hill Park.
Your Week Ahead
Five things to do, March 5-11
Standup comedy with Michael Yo, Little Groove for kids, the Israel Folkdance Festival, and more.
Readers respond to a mother’s gratitude for pediatric nurses, a “life changing” coffee mug, and one writer’s quest to find Olympic spirit.
Dinner With Cupid
Dinner with Cupid
Blind date: ‘She had a cool aesthetic and a nose ring just like me’
Will their compatibility run deeper than tattoos?
My sister has become a stranger
We went from five calls a day to no calls in three years. Plus, neighbors who reveal a little too much.
Connections | Magazine
When the face staring back in the mirror is mom’s
My mother isn’t crazy about her profile, but I don’t mind mine — it reminds me of her.
Recipes: Nutty for nut oils
Luxurious nut oils, readily available in supermarkets, enrich side dishes and salads.
2017 Women & Power
Read about the Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Massachusetts, women’s response to negative feedback, being the breadwinner, and more.
2017 Top Places to Work
More than 75,000 employees nominated nearly 340 workplaces across Massachusetts. The 125 best across four categories, small to largest, are here.