Eric Moskowitz

Moskowitz is a Metro reporter who joined the Globe in 2007. He contributed to the paper’s Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage of the marathon bombings and has won multiple honors for feature writing and reporting. He previously worked for the Concord (N.H.) Monitor and The Standard-Times of New Bedford, after studying history at the University of Pennsylvania. A Needham native and Boston sports fan, he sold souvenirs at Fenway Park in high school and shares Celtics season tickets today.

Latest stories

Lawmakers trim hair-cutting rules to allow for house calls

By , Globe Staff

Stylists have been making house calls to cut and style hair before special events — and breaking the law. Now they’re legal.

Common Core supporters win key victory with SJC ruling

By , Globe Staff

The ruling came just days before the anti-Common Core group was poised to clear the eighth and final hurdle to qualify for the ballot.

Will this year’s event be the final Fourth on the Esplanade?

By , Globe Staff

David Mugar, the man behind the July 4 fireworks for 43 years, is retiring, and sponsors have not stepped forward.

One last Fourth for the Hatch Shell’s caretaker

By , Globe Staff

Since 1984, Angelo Tilas has proved an essential player behind the scenes of one of Boston’s signature events.