June 7, 2009
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As the Big Three flirt with the prospect of collapse, some diehards recommend buying nothing but U.S. cars. It's the ultimate act of patriotism -- and it turns out that, his whole life, Charles P. Pierce has been the biggest patriot around.
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When instructors at Boston Ballet teach dance to children with Down syndrome, they witness more than remarkable creativity. They see self-expression in its purest form.
Kitchen Aide Big berries. Big taste?
Taking sweet, fresh strawberries -- that harbinger of summer -- beyond the basics.
A multipurpose room -- office, guest quarters, and art storage -- gets a much-needed makeover.
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First PersonShoes as art
Wendy Tarlow Kaplan, 65, curated "The Perfect Fit: Shoes Tell Stories," an art exhibition at Brockton's Fuller Craft Museum.
Tales from the CityLittle pitchers
Why Kevin Youkilis is a diamond deity and more.
Parenting TrapsSay uncle
What a nephew's visit revealed to one dad.
Fashion SnapshotIn the clutch
Downsize the contents of your bag. Then pick one of these chic options.
PerspectiveCure for the stock market jitters
By agonizing over every tilt and tumble of the bear market, I overlooked my best holdings.
On the BlockBring your swimsuit
Who needs a backyard pool? These three homes offer beach access.
PiercedJohn Henry, the romantic
Knowing too much about the Sox owner.
Letters to the editor
Readers weigh in on Adam Lambert and the end of newspapers.
This summer, the star returns to Massachusetts for some much-needed R & R.
Revisiting the 1965 murder of a white Boston minister that helped usher in the Voting Rights Act.