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STAT: The Readout Loud
2019 feature archive
January 6, 2019 | Globe Photos of the Year
How did Globe photographers get those great photos?
Boston Globe photographers’ best photos of 2018
New England doesn’t need new factories. But it does need new ideas.
January 13, 2019
‘ZooMass’ no more. Is turning UMass Amherst into an elite university what the state needs?
The Great Molasses Flood of 1919 was Boston’s strangest disaster
Is our obsession with healthy eating out of control?
January 20, 2019 | The Valedictorians Project
They were the top of their class at Boston public schools. Then life happened
January 27, 2019 | The Best New Restaurants
The 37 best new restaurants in Boston and the suburbs
From tiki bars to wine bars, 12 new places to grab a drink in Greater Boston
The 86 club: Notable restaurants that closed in 2018 and 2019
February 3, 2019 | The Weddings Issue
How to plan an Instagram-worthy wedding
An NHL player gets married on Cape Cod — with an assist from his brother
7 New England wedding venues where your money pays for a good cause
6 fresh wedding gown trends with sleek silhouettes, simple touches
What kids aren’t telling parents about porn on social media
February 10, 2019
Blind dates: A behind-the-scenes look at Dinner with Cupid on its 10th anniversary
Who killed Jean McConville? Did a secret archive at Boston College hold clues?
This waterfront Back Bay condo is built for modern aging
How a nondescript home was transformed into a picturesque New England farmhouse
When the interior designer is your spouse, compromise is key on a remodel
This bright South End pied-à-terre is a city refuge for suburban commuters
February 24, 2019
As rents soar in Boston, low-income tenants try to stave off eviction
At summer camp, friendships blossom without technology
Anxious parent? Sending the kids to camp can be great for you, too
Employers can make Boston traffic more bearable with one simple change
March 3, 2019
How Meb Keflezighi won the Boston Marathon a year after the bombings
Which city is better for singles: Boston or New York?
Massachusetts needs a student loan bill of rights
March 10, 2019 | The Arts Issue
A folk opera from Vermont heads to Broadway
Why independent bookstores are thriving in spite of Amazon
39 must-see performances, exhibitions, and arts events in New England
Why teens need live theater in the age of YouTube
March 17, 2019 | Spring Travel
Greece’s lesser-known Cyclades islands are made for hopping
Houston is a food lover’s paradise
New England travel destinations that will make your kids smarter
Portraying journalists as ‘enemies of the people’ is the biggest threat to press freedom in America today
March 24, 2019
The Democrats’ choice problem: Which candidate can beat Trump in 2020?
In 1948, we were human guinea pigs in the strangest house in Dover
Raise my kids in the suburbs? No thanks.
March 31, 2019
When a baby dies of SIDS, Mass. parents can face a bureaucratic nightmare
How smart technology is transforming travel as we know it
Perspective: Why I can’t embrace ‘The Embrace,’ Boston’s new memorial to the Kings
Classic meets comfort in a Cape decorated by designer and author Erin Gates
Inside a coffee king’s informally modern home in Cambridge
Adding excitement to a South End townhouse’s neutral palette
An Auburndale family brings on the bling in their new home
Meet the lesser-known ghosts of New England
April 14, 2019
I broke up with plastic, and you can, too
‘We have some planes’: Inside the hijacking of Flight 11
A teacher’s advice for tiger, helicopter, and snowplow parents
April 21, 2019 | Top Spots to Live
Top spots to live in Greater Boston in 2019
Top spots to live 2019: West of Boston
Top spots to live 2019: Boston neighborhoods
Top spots to live 2019: South of Boston
Top spots to live 2019: North of Boston
I’m from the North Shore and moved to a foreign land: the South Shore
Five tips for first-time home buyers in the Boston area
April 28, 2019
Amid anti-Semitism across America, this 94-year-old Holocaust survivor is keeping the faith
Eight favorite patio bars in Greater Boston
Our 56 favorite bars in Greater Boston and beyond
Four favorite craft beer bars in the Boston area
May 5, 2019 | Summer Travel
Can camping and comfort go together? Check out these 9 New England spots
50 years after the famed concert, take a road trip to Woodstock, N.Y.
Take a trip to Estonia, land of saunas, forests, and startups
Twelve ways to have fun on rainy summer days in New England
The camping essentials most people forget to pack
The 5 best movies about camping in New England
Five outdoor games kids will love to play while camping
Squam vs. Winnipesaukee: Which lake is better for campers?
How to eat well while camping out
Will bug-repellent clothing protect you from being bitten?
May 12, 2019 | Where to Eat in Portland
Where to eat and what to order in Portland, Maine
Is Portland, Maine, the best beer city in the US? Judge for yourself
The best finds at the Portland Farmers’ Market
May 19, 2019
Our college sports system is broken. Do we have the guts to fix it?
How young is too young to recruit kids for college teams?
An MIT dean foretold the admissions scandal, before experiencing her own disgrace
June 2, 2019 | Weekend Fun Guide
The 34 best ways to enjoy every weekend this summer in New England
Ten iconic New England ice cream shops to try this summer
Five things to do around New England this summer with little to no planning
June 9, 2019
Can a year-round arts scene and a giant model train museum save Western Mass.?
How Fenway Park’s chief groundskeeper overcame PTSD after two freak accidents
In the age of Uber and Snapchat, how do you get teens excited to drive?
June 16, 2019 | Your Money
The 7 stupidest things we do with money
Meet the extreme savers, on a mission to retire early
When can kids learn to manage money? She learned at age 9 and now she’s teaching her own daughter
How to turn your hobby into a side hustle
A cartoonist envisions the next recession
June 23, 2019
Why have these buildings sat empty for years and even decades?
This boy came to Boston for healing. You won’t believe his life now
A golf fanatic picks the 18 best holes to play on New England courses
Asylum denied for guardian of young burn victim from Africa
Your Home | Summer Living
On the coast of Maine, designing a casual, livable place to retire
A Maine lake house gives three generations both togetherness and privacy
Trees made them fall in love with this house in Milton
Millennials decorate their Newport home with a touch of beachy glam
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July 7, 2019 | Love & Loathe
15 things to love and 11 things to loathe about Boston
Learning to love the world’s ugliest building
Could private buses be the answer to Boston’s nightmarish commutes?
July 14, 2019
Sharks on Cape Cod: Just how scared should we be?
What to do if you spot a shark: Answers to 6 safety questions
Scenes from the last weekend of horse racing at Suffolk Downs
Come on Boston, let’s pick up the pace on building bike lanes
July 21, 2019
‘I got lucky, man.’ Dennis Eckersley on surviving his tough times
Can you make a vegetarian meal on the grill? Let local chefs show you how
I was a paramedic at the US border. Kids need doctors now.
July 28, 2019 | Your Home Family Living
Is your kids’ clutter driving you crazy? These six tips can help.
This delightfully designed home makes life easier for a child with mobility challenges
Father and daughter infuse their Cape Cod cottage with cozy coastal appeal
Stuck in college mode with your decor? A Roslindale couple gets a grown-up look.
A designer creates her dream home. (And it can withstand young kids.)
What ‘The Bachelorette’ taught my 15-year-old daughter
August 11, 2019
The essential guide to buying and consuming pot in Massachusetts
These are the most common questions marijuana budtenders get asked
Your guide to shopping at Massachusetts’ recreational marijuana stores
Somerville won $10 million to open a new high school and it went downhill from there
I was unintentionally uninsured, thanks to the Mass. Health Connector
August 18, 2019
Immigrant students learn hard lessons about racism at a historically white high school in Maine
Photos of New England’s favorite country fairs
How drug ads drive up health care costs
August 25, 2019
Diet advice changes by the minute. How are we supposed to figure out what to eat?
Healthy hacks and 2 recipes to help keep your good eating habits on track
Ticks: They’re not just for hikers anymore
9 myths about ticks and Lyme disease, debunked
Why are black males supported only when they’re athletes?
September 8, 2019 | Your Home
How our obsession with entertainment has trivialized the presidential primary debates
Hair-raising contractor horror stories — and how to avoid them
A young designer transforms her three-bedroom East Boston fixer-upper
Expanding the backyard turns a Mission Hill brownstone into one family’s dream home
Floor plan improvements and stylish furnishings transform a Brookline home
Rehabbing an Arts and Crafts-style stunner in Harvard Square
From cookie-cutter spec house to a family-friendly refuge
September 15, 2019 | Fall Travel
Visiting Asheville? It’s like Brooklyn. But cooler.
New England vacations: 9 ways to enjoy the water this fall
From Madrid to Malaga: A foodie’s tour of Spain
Are you sure you want to post that about your kid on Facebook?
September 22, 2019 | Most Stylish Bostonians
The Most Stylish Bostonians of 2019
Older generations broke the climate. It’s up to young people to fix it
October 6, 2019 | The Education Issue
If we want democracy to endure, shouldn’t we know something about it?
Do you know more about civics (or democracy) than an eighth-grader?
What all schools can learn from failing ones
Seven things parents need to know about IEPs
When parents shop for public schools, students can suffer
October 13, 2019
Could the future of Catholicism be taking shape in this church basement?
Would you ditch your spouse for Tom Brady? Survey says: ‘Abso-freakin-lutely’
The new rules of ‘electability’ mean Joe Biden can’t win. Guess who can?
You, me, and Doyle’s Cafe
Congrats, parents. You’re ruining Halloween.
A Cambridge condo’s pint-sized kitchen gets a new design that maximizes space
Would you let a designer hang funny fish wallpaper in your dining room? This guy’s glad he did.
Redesigning a condo kitchen so it feels new, but still you
Designing a kitchen where it’s easy for family to come together
Drawing inspiration from her honeymoon, a designer gives her master bathroom a bold update
Five trends in bathroom renovations for 2019: Enough with the white, already
October 27, 2019
Why kids today are so rude — and why a little bad behavior might sometimes be a good thing
12 signs you’re losing it over the college admissions process
Jenny Slate’s little ghost story. Or is it a love story?
November 3, 2019 | Winter Travel
How New England ski resorts are making sure you have fun, whatever the weather
Wine lovers take note: Temecula, California, is the next Napa Valley
Get yourself to Puebla, Mexico’s best-kept vacation secret, before the secret is out
November 17, 2019 | Top Places to Work
The 2019 Top Places to Work in Massachusetts
People who love their jobs do these 6 things
A look at the most generous employee benefits out there today
Why good employers want you to put down the phone and get more sleep
Companies led by women have happier workers. What’s the secret?
Ten workers from the state’s Top Places to Work on why they love their jobs
Should you be friends with your boss?
The one thing better than a cash bonus at work
November 24, 2019 | Holiday Style
Recipes: 5 classic holiday treats made simple
15 ideas that will save you time and money this holiday season
23 gifts perfect for every New Englander on your list
Three ways to wear the little black dress for the holidays
December 1, 2019
A cutting-edge brain surgery for tremor, without the cutting
What happened that night
When school needs a volunteer, guess who gets the call? Not my husband
December 8, 2019
Raising a black son in America
The forgotten story of ‘America’s most famous tool’
The gangly LGBTQ+ acronym came from a good place. But we can do better.
December 15, 2019 | Bostonians of the Year
Meet the 2019 Bostonians of the Year: Andrew Lelling and Rachael Rollins
The Celtics’ Enes Kanter stands tall for human rights
To make a deaf child feel welcome, this neighborhood learned sign language
The Harvard and MIT economists finding new ways to fight global poverty
December 29, 2019
The ‘Miracle on Ice’ in the words of Olympic hockey hero Mike Eruzione
Dave Barry’s year in review: Well, that was something
If the economy is booming, why is charitable giving in trouble?