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Phillip Merling: Oh, baby
This week's foul NFL news emanates from down South, where Miami Dolphins defensive lineman Phillip Merling was busted for assaulting his pregnant girlfriend.
A Dolphin gets flagged for illegal hands to face; plus, Zach Randolph resurfaces
| June 04, 2010
Tour of the Rust Belt
For more depression, see the Farm Belt
| January 22, 2010
Eight is enough
Not only does Indianapolis exist, it seems, but it's got people who form bands. Just not very many.
Margot & the Nuclear So and So's find strength in numbers
| March 30, 2009
At a time when the world's attention is often focused on the countries of the Middle East, it's especially intriguing to dip into the Arabic folk tales of the region, which became the stories told by Scheherazade across a thousand and one nights.
Festival Ballet gets physical
| February 03, 2009
Wipe the slate clean
The next year in sports crime is here.
Sports crime 2008
| January 02, 2008
Phillipe + Jorge have been absolutely giddy, as we have gone crazy about the World Series’ success of the Olde Towne Team.
New England is the home of past and future champions
PHILLIPE AND JORGE
| October 31, 2007
“There will soon be more people living in the city of Bombay than on the continent of Australia,” writes Suketu Mehta.
‘Gateway Bombay’ at the Peabody Essex, 20th-century German sculpture at Harvard
| July 03, 2007
Why the Imus cave-in is bad for free speech, radio, and the whole society
I was never a fan of Don Imus.
| April 19, 2007
An exile’s journey
Cuban artist María Magdalena Campos-Pons arrived at Boston’s Institute of Contemporary Art one December day in 1991.
María Magdalena Campos-Pons gets a retrospective in Indianapolis
| February 20, 2007
Weird, weird story out in California, and no surprise that Ron Artest is involved.
Sports Blotter: "TruWarier Records Presents" edition
| February 14, 2007
The artists’ view
Recently I was chatting with a local painter, whom I’ll call Picasso Menino, about Boston’s new Institute of Contemporary Art. Slideshow: Architectural images from the new ICA Bold steps: The new ICA sets the agenda for Fan Pier. By David Eisen.
What we talk about when we talk about the new ICA
| November 30, 2006
Under the influence
A whole lot of thawing goes on in The Ice-Breaker, David Rambo’s stew of global and romantic warming, which is heating up New Repertory Theatre.
The Ice-Breaker at New Rep; Aunt Dan and Lemon at Merrimack
| October 31, 2006
Players and painted stage
It seems the fall theater season was shot from a gun this year, barely after the Labor Day picnic baskets had been packed away.
Fall on the Boston boards
| September 13, 2006
Twenty-three-year-old singer-songwriter Andrew Parker-Renga is still clawing his way through the struggles of a recent Berklee graduate. Andrew Parker-Renga, "I Hope Somebody's Watchin' Me" (mp3 via MySpace)
The story of Andrew Parker-Renga’s stories
| July 11, 2006
On the racks: July 12, 2006
Plus Sao Paulo sextet CSS and Bad Religion's Greg Graffin.
Thom Yorke, Some Girls, Peaches . . .
| July 11, 2006
Crossword: 'trick or threat'
Swimming pool with a sewing kit dumped in it?
I'll go with the latter
| March 02, 2006
With Boston bursting at the seams with colleges and conservatories, music knowledge can get you quite far in this town.
Wayne brings his wax to school; a VFW house party
| January 23, 2006
No end in sight
Two years ago, Boston’s law-enforcement leaders were crowing over their defeat of the homicide problem. In retrospect, it was Boston’s version of Bush’s “Mission Accomplished.”
Boston’s murder rate has doubled in five years — and may not have peaked yet. Here’s why.
DAVID S. BERNSTEIN
| January 04, 2006
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