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Summer activities for the whole family
Although many summer events, such as fairs and festivals, have been canceled due to the coronavirus, there’s still plenty of summertime fun ...
Seattle DJ, Seafair race announcer Pat O’Day dies at 85
Longtime disc jockey, concert promoter and Seafair race announcer Pat O’Day has died. He was 85 years old. O’Day was one of the signature voices of the Pacific Northwest. His family announced that he ...
Kendrick homers, Soto dances, Nats beat Mets 5-3 in return
Star slugger Juan Soto danced on the dugout roof to celebrate solo shots by Howie Kendrick and Josh Harrison, and the Washington Nationals returned from a coronavirus-caused four-day break to beat the ...
Downtown’s surreal, empty scenes convey a haunting omen
With business down by as much as 85 percent, some small businesses — pummeled by the pandemic — are slipping away, almost unnoticed. Others are in survival mode, trying to adapt to a radically changed ...
Downtown’s surreal scenes in a pandemic summer
In normal times, South Station would be bustling at 8:15 in the morning, with wave after wave of commuters pouring from the Red Line and commuter rail. Some would hurry over Fort Point Channel to the ...
A Beloved Portland, Maine, Music Club Says Goodbye
Port City Music Hall was key in propelling Father John Misty, Maggie Rogers and more to bigger stages. This week, the club announced it’s closing forever ...
You can also call or use smartphone apps, such as Lyft or Uber to get a taxi or other hired car. A taxi ride within the city of Boston costs $2.60 at entry for the first 1/7 mile, and 40¢ for each 1/7 ...
Consumer Confidence, COVID-19, and Fiscal Stimulus Keep the Greenback in Focus
With the Greenback on the slide as a result of the continued rise in new COVID-19 cases, only an EU-wide 2 nd wave can really do any damage. At the time of writing, the EUR was up by 0.11% to $1.1765.
PHOTOS: John Lewis – congressman and civil rights activist – a life of extraordinary service
John Lewis, a civil rights activist who went on to a long and celebrated career in Congress, has died. He was 80.