The heat continues – although we get a break in the oppressive humidity today as drier air works into the region. We hit 91 in Boston yesterday and 92 the day prior. If we can […]
So with all this bad news front and center, it behooves us to work a little harder to find the silver lining in the news cycle.
New England’s tallest building is getting a name change, but it’s not clear whether Bostonians will play along. The owners of the 60-story, 790-foot-tall John Hancock Tower in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood said Thursday that […]
I promise, this will be the last time I’ll talk about the Olympics for a long time, if not forever.
What is a Blue Moon and is it as rare as the saying indicates?
The president of the University of New Hampshire says he’s troubled and offended by many parts of a “bias-free language guide” developed by students and staff, particularly a suggestion that using the word “American” […]
NFL suspension policies reek of moral obtuseness and intellectual dishonesty.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has ruled on Tom Brady’s appeal, deciding to uphold his four-game suspension for his role in the DeflateGate scandal. The league cited Brady’s unwillingness to cooperate with Ted Wells’ investigation, and the […]
The Celtics’ focus will no longer be just on developing young talent, a shift that Jae Crowder wanted to be sure was in place when he signed his new long-term deal.
We’ve seen a couple hot days here and there, but this week delivers the most consistent stretch of heat and humidity we’ve seen so far this year. Throw in a few bouts of thunderstorms, and you’ve got a classic midsummer week of weather.