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Globe columnist Jeneé Osterheldt gets a tour of the Wing's Boston location
Culture columnist Jeneé Osterheldt tours the Wing, a women’s co-working and community space, where the mission is the advancement of women through community. 16 Jan 2020, 17:22
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Miss Teen USA Kaliegh Garris on embracing her natural hair
Boston Globe columnist Jeneé Osterheldt talks "the big chop" and normalizing black beauty with Miss Teen USA 2019 Kaliegh Garris. 16 Jan 2020, 17:14
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They said it with a T-shirt: Angry Asian Girls. Then they took action
It was more than a shirt. It was a call to disrupt a misguided mystique assigned to Asian women. No more images of the docile, voiceless Asian woman with a smile. 16 Jan 2020, 15:45
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This is Sarah Lewis. You should know who she is
The Globe's Jeneé Osterheldt sits down with Sarah Lewis, assistant professor of History of Art and Architecture, African and African American Studies at Harvard University, to discuss “Vision & | 16 Jan 2020, 15:43
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Can a black woman fly at The Wing?
Globe culture columnist Jeneé Osterheldt talks equity and inclusion with Yari Blanco, Zara Rahim, and Alex Covington, the Wing's team members who are holding space for women of color. 16 Jan 2020, 15:29
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Stranger in the house
Most home health aides offer vital care to the frail and aged. But some have other designs, leaving too many clients vulnerable to theft and worse. 10 Jan 2020, 18:41
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At the edge of a warming world: Climate change on Cape Cod | Boston Globe
If we are going to preserve Cape Cod we must learn to look for warnings we would prefer to ignore. The marsh, the birds, the forest, the food: so much is changing, shifting or washing away. 9 Dec 2019, 20:02
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Hit hard, a Wisconsin farmer thinks tariffs will pay off | Back to the Battleground | Boston Globe
Wisconsin farmer Marc Boettcher is hoping the tariffs that have hit farmers will help the agriculture community in the long term. 6 Dec 2019, 17:00
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A dairy farmer is worried tariffs will hinder future markets | Back to the Battleground
George Polzin, a dairy farmer in Cadott, Wi. is unsure if the market will return even after tariffs have been removed. 5 Dec 2019, 17:00
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Seeing Red: A Spotlight panel on traffic in Boston | Boston Globe
Greater Boston endures some of the nation's worst rush hour traffic. Our aging transit system is maddening and unreliable. It's a crisis that puts our region's prosperity at risk. 4 Dec 2019, 19:05
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Her son also voted for Trump. That changed after college | Back to the Battleground | Boston Globe
After years of similar political beliefs, Michiganders Giani DiTrapani and his mother, Lucy Wisson, found themselves far apart on the political spectrum. 4 Dec 2019, 17:00
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An Ohio pageant contestant makes addiction her platform | Back to the Battlefield | Boston Globe
Miss West 2019, Emily Sissel, competed in the Annual Miss River Days Pageant and made her platform helping family and friends of those suffering from addiction. 3 Dec 2019, 17:00
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An Ohio town uses exercise to fight the opioid crisis | Back to the Battleground | Boston Globe
Feeling abandoned as rehab centers replaced pill mills, residents of Portsmouth, Ohio hit the gym to fight back. 2 Dec 2019, 17:00
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After raids, Latino children in Pennsylvania turn to art | Back to the Battleground | Boston Globe
Artist in residence Deb Telatovich notices patterns in the artwork of the students at Hazleton One Community Center. 1 Dec 2019, 17:00
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Latinos find a home in small town Pennsylvania | Back to the Battleground | Boston Globe
Mariluz Rodriguez is among many new Latino residents who have made Hazleton, Pennsylvania their home. 30 Nov 2019, 17:00
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An Iraqi Christian community in Michigan wavers on Trump | Back to the Battleground | Boston Globe
Many of Michigan's conservative Christian Iraqi-Americans supported President Donald Trump in 2016, but his immigration crackdown is causing a split. 29 Nov 2019, 17:00
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Preview: On the ground in four battleground states | Back to the Battleground | Boston Globe
Introducing a Boston Globe series of stories examining the lives of people in four crucial 2020 battleground states: Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, and Wisconsin. 28 Nov 2019, 17:00
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Inside the secret courts of Massachusetts | Spotlight Investigation
The Boston Globe’s Spotlight Team delved into the darkest corner of the Massachusetts criminal justice system, where the quality of justice can depend on where you live and who you know. 26 Nov 2019, 22:30
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Welcome to Big Marijuana’s factory floor
The world’s largest marijuana company, Canopy Growth Corp., is worth about $7 billion. The Globe took a look inside its Smiths Falls, Canada, headquarters. 26 Nov 2019, 21:31
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Episode Four: (Unsent) Love Letters with Esther Perel and Meredith Goldstein
This letter writer wrote a note to a lover when she was 40. Someone she knew for the better part of a decade. Someone she loved. 26 Nov 2019, 21:29
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Episode Three: (Unsent) Love Letters with Esther Perel Meredith Goldstein
Writer AJ Kay was 28 when she wrote a long letter to someone she couldn’t be with--a former love. 26 Nov 2019, 21:28
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Episode Five: (Unsent) Love Letters with Esther Perel and Meredith Goldstein
This unsent letter includes many specific, romantic, and lovely details, chronicling a relationship that’s lasted more than three decades. 26 Nov 2019, 21:19
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Episode Two: (Unsent) Love Letters with Esther Perel and Meredith Goldstein
This unsent letter, written by a 28-year-old, was composed on the Notes app of a mobile phone, and sent to us as screen shots. 26 Nov 2019, 21:15
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Special Connected Coastlines Event: 'At The Edge Of A Warming World'
The Boston Globe and the Pulitzer Center hosted panel discussions inspired by the Globe's coverage of climate change on Cape Cod. 25 Oct 2019, 19:11
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Climate change on Cape Cod: At the edge of a warming world
To the millions of us who visit Cape Cod once or twice a summer, the effects of climate change can seem subtle, if we see them at all: A breach in the dunes. A crack in the pavement. 26 Sep 2019, 20:28
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Bob Rivers and Eastern Bank's promotion of social equity | Bold Types
Bob Rivers is the chair and chief executive officer of Eastern Bank, the largest and oldest mutual bank in the U.S. 20 Sep 2019, 20:00
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David Howse and building Boston's theater community | Bold Types
David Howse is the executive director of ArtsEmerson, which produces and presents theatrical performances with an emphasis on cultural and contemporary works. 19 Sep 2019, 20:00
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Vikki Spruill and the New England Aquarium's efforts for conservation | Bold Types
Vikki Spruill is the new president and CEO of the New England Aquarium. 18 Sep 2019, 20:00
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Episode One: (Unsent) Love Letters with Esther Perel and Meredith Goldstein
The first letter is a poem. Short thoughts about wishes and dreams. It’s a seven-stanza missive from a person to their engaged colleague. 18 Sep 2019, 17:15
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(Unsent) Love Letters with Esther Perel and Meredith Goldstein
Have you written a letter to someone you love(d) and not sent it? Have you composed a confessional email to an unrequited crush or drafted a dispatch to someone who let you down? 18 Sep 2019, 17:13
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