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Past articles by Julia:

10 events that will make you smarter this month

If you’re hoping to boost your intellect or expand your world view, look no further than Boston. → Read More

Deteriorating restaurant patio collapses into Cohasset Cove

After years worth of erosion, the deteriorating patio of a Cohasset restaurant collapsed into the ocean on Tuesday night. . → Read More

You can now follow Scott Brown’s dog on Twitter

Scott Brown and his dog, Gracie, on their flight to New Zealand. → Read More

A wicked thunderstorm sparked lightning, toppled trees and spawned rainbows across Mass.

A severe summer storm brought hail, lightning strikes and heavy rainfall across the Commonwealth on Tuesday evening. → Read More

Boston Children’s was named the best pediatric hospital in the country (again)

Boston Children's Hospital is still the best pediatric hospital in the country, according to the latest rankings from U.S. News and World Report. → Read More

Aly Raisman is writing a book called ‘Fierce’

Olympic gold medalist Aly Raisman is writing a book. The Needham native and former captain of the U.S. → Read More

State police honored its Mounted Unit, including its 12 horses, in a special ceremony

Some very special members of the Massachusetts State Police were honored in a ceremony on Thursday for their commitment to maintaining the safety of → Read More

Good Samaritans held truck driver’s head above water after crash into pond

A trapped truck driver was rescued by two witnesses who held his head above water after his vehicle crashed off a small bridge and plunged into a → Read More

A brief history of the attacks on Keytar Bear

This past weekend, three New Hampshire teenagers were arrested for allegedly attacking Keytar Bear, the iconic keyboard-touting Boston street → Read More

Mass ACLU: Michelle Carter conviction ‘imperils free speech’

The verdict in the sensational suicide-by-texting case - in which Michelle Carter was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter - immediately → Read More

Watch live: Michelle Carter verdict to be announced in texting suicide trial

Michelle Carter, now 20, is accused of involuntary manslaughter in the 2014 death of her boyfriend, Conrad Roy III. → Read More

Mayor Joe Curtatone thinks Somerville is Boston’s “cooler sibling”

Curtatone was joined by Marty Walsh for a video celebrating Somerville's 175th anniversary. → Read More

Abington man taken to hospital after emu scratches him

An Abington man was taken to the hospital Wednesday morning after a scratch from his family's emu left him bleeding from the leg. → Read More

Trump finally fires back at James Comey on Twitter: ‘Comey is a leaker!’

The president remained silent on Twitter during the entirety of the ex-FBI director's Senate hearing. → Read More

Watch James Comey testify before the Senate intelligence committee

The former FBI director will testify in the most anticipated Congressional hearing in recent memory. → Read More

In first-person obituary, Maine professor thankful for a life well-lived

"Do not let 9-5 jobs dictate your life. A two-story house with a picket fence does not make you necessarily happy. → Read More

Here’s how (not) to lose your spot at Harvard

It was a nightmare scenario for any college-bound kid: Last weekend, Harvard University rescinded admission offers for 10 students who had → Read More

I-90 will be reduced to 2 lanes all weekend

Planning to travel on the Massachusetts Turnpike this weekend? If so, you may want to consider alternate routes. → Read More

Jerry Seinfeld says he can’t pronounce ‘Worcester’

Jerry Seinfeld isn't sure how to pronounce "Worcester," so he's going straight to the source to find out. → Read More

Boston City Hall was just named one of the 10 most beautiful city halls in the US

Since it was built in 1968, Boston City Hall has gotten a lot of flak. → Read More