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The Patriots are primed for another crack at the Super Bowl… More>
The Patriots player talks about training, telepathy and Tom Brady… More>
My quest to see a great white in the wild… More>
Ten Top Local Acts Who’ve Been Making Noise Around Boston and Beyond… More>
How Boston’s Lake Street Dive Jumped From Tiny Clubs To The Big Time… More>
Dancing by Herself… More>
Bright Whites and Free-Flowing Silhouettes Set the Tone for a Summer Saturday… More>
Patrick Chung, 26, played for the Patriots for his first four seasons, before leaving to play for the Philadelphia Eagles as a free agent before the 2013 season. After one year away, the former second-round pick is back in New England, hoping to solidify his spot on the roster… More>
Usually it’s the indie-folk whippersnappers who dominate the collaborations that now grace Rhode Island’s revitalized Newport Folk Festival… More>
The second half of the Red Sox season begins tonight, with more uncertainty than in past years—yes, even during the Bobby V. era. Here’s five questions that the Red Sox face at midseason… More>
Cue the script: A Red Sox team coming off an unexpected postseason run. An ace pitcher facing free agency. Top prospects coming up at shortstop and in the outfield. And a Red Sox front office looking to trade off assets, but holding out hope they can compete next season. Sounds like the 2014 Red Sox, right? Sure—but it wa… More>
The Boston Celtics publicly have said for months that re-signing restricted free agent Avery Bradley was their top priority. True to their word, they inked the guard less than 36 hours into the start of free agency. The 23-year-old will make $8 million a year through the end of the 2018 season. Cue the outrage. Oh, how wron… More>
The much-anticipated NBA Draft is upon us—well, not quite yet; it's hours away (7 pm Thursday)—but here's a quick preview to get you up to speed and help you keep your Saric analysis straight from your Smart analysis. Actually, there's no guarantee of smart analysis here, but we'll do our best… More>
The wave of local cynicism that arrived with last week’s news that Boston is a U.S. finalist to bid on the 2024 Summer Olympics should come as little surprise to most people. After having lived through the Big Dig, any project that arrives with a price upward of $20 billion will come with some hand-wringing about who’s out t… More>
Patriots tight end D.J. Williams spent two seasons with Green Bay before he was released for last season. After a short stint in Jacksonville, he was signed by New England, who cut him and then later re-signed him in December. The 25-year-old Texas native and former John Mackey Award winner (top college tight end) opens up to Th… More>
A ninth-inning comeback win is followed by a 4-0 loss the next night. It’s a microcosm of a season in which the Red Sox lost 10 in a row, won seven consecutive games and then lost five more. The script has certainly turned for the Sox, who last year enjoyed the best-case scenario outcome on their season with a World Series title… More>
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