The prosecution of Ernst Jean-Jacques Jr. on the North Shore is a clear example of a Black Lives Matter activist being targeted by local law enforcement. Without national attention on the case, authorities are playing by their own rules.
Artists who signed the ‘Boston Arts for Black Lives’ letter last year weigh in on what’s changed—and what hasn’t—in the regional arts scene since then
Documents obtained from state show contractors misrepresented expert predictions of carnage, saw sunshine around every corner
As we emerge from the pandemic, COVID-19 continues to wreak untold damage. Don’t believe it? Ask my friend and his loved ones who have dealt with the horror first-hand.
A review of documents and interviews reveals a lack of record keeping that reflects a system struggling to comply with state law and reckon with the use of physical restraint
For the Boston League of Wicked Wrestlers, the fight inside the ring is barely half the battle
Edward Liberty’s Boston location gave him fresh proximity to his maturing sons and influence upon them
When Greater Boston’s Golden Age of scholastic sports captured national attention
Stories of long separation from loved ones, along with forced isolation and inhumane treatment of pregnant women, are part of a broader story of abuse and neglect at MCI-Framingham
Liz Eng cares a lot