The leaders responded to a growing number of violent incidents
SENATORS ED MARKEY AND ELIZABETH WARREN CALL FOR STUDENT PROTECTION AGAINST SURVEILLANCE
Investigation finds that edtech surveillance platforms need "urgent federal action" to safeguard students
SOUND OF THE CITY: BERKLEE AND FRIENDS TAP MORE THAN 800 MUSICIANS FOR A SUMMER OF FREE LIVE MUSIC
This year marks the 14th year of the series and, according to Foo, has more performances and partnerships with venues than ever before. From April to September, there will be a total of 400 performances across over 30 spaces in the Greater Boston area, including new partnerships with the likes of 401 Park in the Fenway, South Boston Maritime Park, and City Winery on the Greenway.
SUPER AGGRAVATING (AN APOLOGY COLUMN, OF SORTS)
After I’d commiserated with all kinds of student advocates and parents about the sham of a search process, in which the public was presented with three finalists out of nearly 40 applicants, I was simply shocked to see the somewhat positive reactions of so many factions and organizations following the school board’s decision.
STATE WIRE: BAY STATE STUDENTS SET TO TAKE A STAND ON GUN VIOLENCE
"When we have those emotional supports in school, violence outside of school is less likely to happen."
COMMUTE OF THE LIVING DEAD: LONG HAUL TRUCKER
SHOCK DOCTRINE: STEAM-CRUNK MEETS BROTHERS GRIMM IN COMPANY ONE’S LATEST
While the stories in Shockheaded Peter feature children, the performance is most assuredly more suitable for those who are kids only at heart.
2015 DIGBOSTON SKI AND SNOWBOARD WINTER SPORTS GUIDE
A Winter Sports meant to give you the skinny on where to go and why, and which gear, tech, deals, and parties to focus on from now until the sun returns and we can start wearing shorts in warm weather, instead of in the snow.
SPECIAL: UNHAPPY MADISON: FIRST SEMESTER STORIES FROM ONE OF BOSTON’S MOST TROUBLED SCHOOLS, AS TOLD BY THE STUDENTS
BAR HAVOC: OF BOOZE AND BARF
There are a handful of sounds that exist in the universe that only bartenders understand. Our ears are trained to pick these things up from just a few feet off to entire rooms away. Say, the tap-slap of a credit card being placed down after a meal, or the clunk-splash of a 16oz glass being knocked over and spilling. And, of course, the unmistakable sploosh-splat of vomit.