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Review: Blue Like Jazz

A faith-based film directed by Christian recording artist Steve Taylor, adapted by Taylor and Donald Miller from the latter's 2003 memoir, this micro-budgeted indie tries to appeal to everyone by not offending anyone . . . except those who like movies.
Out of tune
By BRETT MICHEL  |  April 13, 2012

Review: Rogue Wave at the Paradise

On the first stop on their first tour in almost two years, Rogue Wave bounded onstage with what can only be called sheer delight, greeting the crowd like old friends they were pleasantly surprised to run into.
 Rogue Wave, live at the Paradise Rock Club, March 1, 2010
By ALEXANDRA CAVALLO  |  March 05, 2010

Philadelphia Story

The local-media story line of the moment is the push by Stephen Taylor — Milton resident, Yale media lecturer, and former Boston Globe executive VP — to recapture the paper his family ran for more than a century, a goal he's pursuing with the backin
What Steve Taylor needs to know if he succeeds in buying the Globe
By ADAM REILLY  |  October 02, 2009

New in the Phoenix: It's not so sunny in Philadelphia

In which I consider the ongoing demise of Philadelphia's dailies at the hands of Brian Tierney--a hometown guy, whatever his faults--and extract some relevant lessons...
By Adam Reilly  |  September 30, 2009

Imagining a Taylor-owned Globe

Big Boston-media development: in today's Globe, Beth Healy reports that former Globe publisher Ben Taylor has backed his cousin Steve's bid to purchase the paper...
By Adam Reilly  |  September 19, 2009

No place like home

This Friday is Margaret Rouleau’s 77th birthday. It will mark the 56th year she has lived at the Fernald Developmental Center in Waltham, a state-run facility for people with developmental disabilities and mental retardation.
The families of mentally retarded Bay Staters fight to save Fernald — and an entire way of life
By DEIRDRE FULTON  |  February 23, 2006