Spotlight follow-up

Notorious landlord has another problem to explain

Anwar Faisal has been operating a dormitory with possible structural issues and without a valid license.

Jim Kasper at a bench memorializing his son at Andover Newton Theological School near his home.

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A father’s unstoppable need to know

Jim Kasper just wants the truth — and justice. As his Harry slid toward death by heroin overdose, those with him did nothing to help. Shouldn’t there be a price to pay for that?

Yvonne Abraham

A simple way to add art in Boston

For a long time, upstream has been the only way to paddle when it comes to making public art in Boston.

Amy Coon of Duxbury searched her purse for quarters to pay for a metered parking space in Boston. A proposed smartphone app would change the way drivers pay for street spots.

Getting smart about metered parking

Boston’s Transportation Department is developing an app that would eliminate the scramble for cash.

Senator Elizabeth Warren (left) joined joyous researchers celebrating the restart of a nuclear fusion project at MIT.

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MIT at center of political power play

The school’s prized fusion reactor was dead; its federal funding axed. Then its political allies went to work.

Jose Bautista and Brett Lawrie celebrated after defeating the Cardinals in Toronto Friday.

Sunday Baseball Notes

Blue Jays finally performing up to expectations

Toronto leads the American League East thanks to a resurgent pitching staff as well as potent hitting.

The 2014 Tony Awards

//,2013-001.jpg Tony-nominated plays contemplate our capacity for change

Collectively, the tale told by this year’s Tony-nominated productions and performances is one of transformation, attempted and sometimes attained.

Portrait of a Merchant, c. 1530, by Jan Gossaert.


The vanished grandeur of accounting

Once, bookkeepers were valorized in great art. Sound funny now? The joke might be on us.


location, location, location

//[1][1].jpg Winthrop maintains a small-town feel

Despite being one of the top 10 most densely populated communities in Massachusetts, Winthrop has a quaint atmosphere.


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BU professor takes on task of enforcing US wage laws

David Weil is the newly appointed head of the Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division, the first permanent administrator in the post in a decade.


Book review

‘The Sea Inside’ by Philip Hoare

The part travelogue, part natural history, part existential meditation, follows the author’s yearlong journey from the British port of Southampton.