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(CREDIT: Elkus Manfredi Architects) -- RENDERING info from source: Proposed pedestrian flow improvements with the widening of the south side of the Boylston Street sidewalk as viewed from the corner of Boylston Streetand Tremont Street. Thisvisioning project will help Emerson College redefine its“front door” to Boston Common and the City ofBoston. Looking west along Boylston Street, in theforeground on the south side isthe Little Building,currently being enovated by EmersonCollege. ( dusk no-crosswalk )

Elkus Manfredi Architects

Emerson College has big plans for its corner of Boston

The school will transform the tarp covering a building under construction into a canvas — the latest in changes the school is making to boost its image in Boston and around the world.

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Uncertainty at the agency Elizabeth Warren helped create

Monday brought uncertainty, paralysis, and a media frenzy around the relatively obscure Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

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Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff

The MBTA wants to go cashless. What about people who might be left behind?

The bulk of those who pay fares with cash live in low-income communities that have the highest concentration of bus ridership.