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Still own a Polaroid camera?
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Ever been solicited?
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Hit a pothole recently?
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What are the quirky, odd, or just plain interesting jobs in Massachusetts? Tell us about someone whose job makes you envious, inspired, or perplexed.
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Tales from the City
The Globe Magazine is seeking anecdotes about life in Boston. They can be simple, funny, touching, baffling -- anything, really. If you have one, please share your tale.
Do you have a business etiquette question? Submit it to Business Columnist Peter Post.
From the past seven days
For the record
Bob Ryan's blog
No, dunk you
Dunkmania once again grips America, and once again I find myself asking why? Well, sure Dwight Howard is creative. Great. Has anyone noticed that he's...
Goodbye and hello
The Business Filter is closing for business today. When I started in 2005, Technorati was tracking about 14.2 million blogs. People wondered if it was...
The polls for the New Hampshire primary closed days ago. The winners are decided. Another candidate dropped out of the race. Those still running have...
Override uproar in Randolph
Some stormed out of the meeting. Others called it the "gong show.'' All over a property tax override that could reach $6.8-million. Read about the...
Spiritual Life Author, a nonbeliever, portrays US evangelicals
Consumer prices rose sharply last month and oil prices hit a record above $100 a barrel yesterday, fueling inflationary pressures that could complicate efforts to steer the US economy away from recession. (By Robert Gavin, Boston Globe)
A US Navy cruiser based in Pearl Harbor fired a missile last night that struck a crippled spy satellite roughly 150 miles above the earth, in an attempt to prevent the out-of-control spacecraft from dumping hazardous fuel on a population center, the Pentagon said. (By Bryan Bender, Boston Globe)
In May, when his presidential campaign began organizing in Hawaii, Barack Obama declared the place of his birth "a fabulous model for the kind of America I hope this campaign will bring about." (By Bryan Bender, Boston Globe)
MORE POLITICAL COVERAGE
A raucous off-campus house party erupting into a drunken, bloody brawl. Athletes allegedly attacking other partygoers with baseball bats, lacrosse sticks, and bottles. Two students facing attempted murder charges in separate late-night dormitory confrontations that included an alleged rape and a racially charged double stabbing. (By Peter Schworm, Boston Globe)
The brain function of Americans 70 and older appears to be improving, according to a study that found a smaller percentage of seniors with serious memory and language problems in 2002 than in 1993. (By Alice Dembner, Boston Globe)