July 17, 2011
The 1965 murder of a white Boston minister helped usher in the Voting Rights Act and left lasting scars on this Alabama city. Then the FBI reopened the case and the painful past came flooding back.
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When it comes to handling our relatives, my new husband and I tag-team it.
Will this photographer click with his fashion plate date?
How to respond to rude questions, plus explaining the rules of the open house road.
Color me baffled by this paint choice.
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Photos Scenes from Gedes farm
It’s crunch time on this small, family-run farm. From picking to packing to market, this is a labor of love.
Remember how the MBTA hired mimes to show off its new quiet cars? That inspired one writer to imagine how they’d do as the noise police.
Holyoke's Andy Laties, 51, argues that now is the perfect time to open an independent bookshop (yes, really).
CookingBold and beautiful
Memorable sauces for grilling salmon.
Tales From the CityThe meter fairy
Kindness at the parking meter and a boatride with the grandparents.
On the BlockEscape from the Cape
There's more than one way to get sand between your toes.
Style Watch | PhotosUnderwater
Sea creature-themed accessories for you and your home.
Letters to Boston Globe Magazine
Readers sound off on the Your Home issue and Tales From the City.
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.