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STAT: The Readout Loud
TECHNOLOGY IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST
Trump may be right about one thing, architecture
Will Trumpitecture live on after Donald Trump?
The future of public transportation is on the line in Massachusetts
Proposed budget cuts could unravel public transit at a time when it needs to grow.
Learning to love the bleak season
With temperatures plunging and pandemic warnings about congregating indoors, a group of local architects, urbanists and funders have created a plan to rethink winter.
Time for Harbor Garage to go and a tower to rise in its place
A recent collection of readers' letters voiced opposition to a planned tower on Boston's waterfront. Here readers express why they welcome the project.
Prospect of a new tower on Boston waterfront looms large
With city review of Don Chiofaro's planned Pinnacle tower underway, opponents are making their case.
IDEAS | Roman Krznaric
How to be a good ancestor
A new political movement makes policymakers stop and think about the needs of future generations.
Jasmine Nicole Olivier
What legislators can learn from a Boston public housing development
The Mildred C. Hailey apartments was the first development in the United States to establish a tenant management corporation, which had full control of managing the complex.
Suffolk Downs development agreement marks an opportunity for East Boston
Despite a flawed process that privileges private interests over the public good, East Boston won unprecedented concessions.
Economic relief can’t wait
It would be a shame for lawmakers to hold up needed aid and housing reforms over sports betting.
Signs of the times
Before the coronavirus pandemic, the consensus was that there were too many signs in our lives. But to stay safe, we need signs again.