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1 Letters to the editor of the Globe Magazine
2 Their season down to its final half, Celtics roared to life to force Game 6, and other observations
3 Engine 42 firehouse in Egleston Square reaches construction milestone
4 Neighbors sue to stop work on towers over turnpike
5 2 former Holyoke Soldiers’ Home officials face criminal charges
6 Walsh pushes for peaceful Breonna Taylor demonstrations in Boston
7 Danny Ainge: ‘I’m not panicking,’ the Celtics' best basketball is still ahead of them
8 Hello, telemarketer. I’m so glad you called.
9 Game 58: Red Sox at Braves lineups and notes
10 White House again criticizes FBI director for voting remarks
11 Family demands release of evidence in Breonna Taylor’s case
12 To combat hunger, neighbors are stocking community fridges on Boston’s streets
13 The Dodgers decided Alex Verdugo wouldn’t be a cornerstone. But 2020 proved he may just work out for the Red Sox
14 J.D. Martinez: ‘I haven’t been very good’ in 2020, but he’s hip to what has been the problem
15 Mass. construction worker’s death underlines perils of eating too much black licorice
16 Desk shortage forces people to get creative about workspaces
17 At the Brigham, ‘battle-weary’ staff may have allowed virus to slip in
18 Eduardo Rodriguez cleared for light exercise, expected to have normal offseason
19 Two wounded in knife attack in Paris, suspect arrested
20 Suffolk DA Rollins releases watch list of 136 area officers accused of misconduct
21 Tampa’s Steven Stamkos won’t play in Game 4
22 Boston City Councilor Andrea Campbell announces run for mayor
23 Military leaders fret about being drawn into Nov. election
24 Honoring the victims of the coronavirus
25 LeBron James would join some select company if Lakers finish off Nuggets
26 Barr dishonors Justice Department
27 Baker signals he won’t extend eviction moratorium beyond Oct. 17
28 Rafael Nadal chasing 13th French Open title, and record-tying 20th major
29 State regulators issue new restrictions on ‘forever chemicals’
30 Teen arrested after allegedly crashing stolen BMW in Sudbury
31 Jackie Bradley Jr. says goodbye to Fenway, but for how long?
32 Ryan Fitzpatrick leads Dolphins to first win of season
33 Stocks post solid gains as technology shares lead rally
34 Trump hits Baker for support of expanded mail-in voting
35 A James Comey dramatization for not now
36 Inch by inch, the MFA reenters a changed world
37 Federal judge bars Trump administration from ending census early
38 ‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’: 1969 can seem an awful lot like 2020
39 Raising a glass to Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Samuel Adams brings back its ‘When There Are Nine’ IPA
40 What’s happening in the arts world
41 The messy science behind the coronavirus and opening schools
42 Couple wants to limit friends to 'classy' PDAs
43 Mr. 80 Percent podcast episode summaries
44 Racist comments by UFC fighter goes unrebuked, causes stir
45 Stop & Shop to give workers retroactive pandemic pay
46 Case for securing abortion access in Massachusetts grows
47 GOP expecting Trump to tap Barrett for Supreme Court
48 Neiman Marcus reduces store workers amid review of business
49 With record temperatures and little rain, a severe drought has gripped much of New England
50 Google parent agrees to $310 million misconduct lawsuit settlement
51 In-person visits to resume at Mass. state prisons
52 Massachusetts representatives recount dismaying Fort Hood visit
53 Celtics lost their cool following loss to Heat, before finally talking it out
54 Prepare for the president to rush the vaccine
55 MetLife Stadium’s turf passes inspection
56 Dale Earnhardt Jr. crash due to pilot’s error
57 CDC deletes new guidance saying COVID-19 can spread beyond 6 feet
58 Mohamed Sanu: New England ‘just wasn’t a good fit’
59 Election 2020: A test for democracy | The Boston Globe
60 Six hours south of Boston, the year 1963 is a thriving vacation destination
61 Moderna CEO: Company expects to know in November whether COVID-19 vaccine works
62 Gordon Hayward’s wife announces the birth of their son
63 How a transsexual, satanist, anarchist trolled New Hampshire voters
64 Collins trails Gideon in Maine Senate race, according to a new Suffolk/Globe poll
65 Watch live: Mayor Walsh speaking about coronavirus
66 Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu is running for mayor, Walsh says
67 So many Boston restaurants have closed. It’s just the tip of the iceberg
68 Woman killed in elevator accident in Allston
69 Maine man arrested for decades-old cold case murder
70 Set term limits for Supreme Court justices
71 eBay workers who sent spiders to Natick couple to plead guilty
72 Another sign of Boston’s soft rental market: Permits for moving trucks are way down
73 Parents of suspended Northeastern students hire lawyer
74 A COVID-19 vaccine hinges on people volunteering as test subjects. These participants explain why they did it
75 State to head up contact tracing at Boston College amid COVID-19 outbreak
76 One man killed, two injured, in Roxbury shooting
77 Northeastern lets suspension of 11 first-year students stand, but credits tuition
78 20 books we're excited for this fall
79 In 'Mr. 80 Percent,' An Intimate Portrayal Of Surviving Prostate Cancer
80 SJC Chief Justice Ralph D. Gants, a fearless advocate for racial justice, dies at 65
81 Spy guy meets sci-fi in Christopher Nolan’s ‘Tenet’
82 Why this movie critic isn’t reviewing ‘Tenet’
83 Alan Arkin bows out of ‘The Kominsky Method’
84 Northeastern dismisses 11 first-year students for partying. They won’t get their $36,500 tuition back
85 13 members of Boston College’s swim and dive team test positive for coronavirus
86 Trump pays respects to late Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg
87 7 coronavirus-related deaths now connected to Maine wedding
88 Ranked-choice voting is a better way to vote
89 A move-in day like no other: Tenants have a rare upper hand as apartments sit empty
90 Bill Belichick’s mother, Jeannette, dies at 98
91 Getting the First Amendment wrong
92 Bruins eliminated in a double-overtime thriller, and now big questions loom about the team’s future
93 Celtics unveil $25 million, 10-year plan to fight racial injustice
94 Dozens of students were not admitted to Boston exam schools because of an error
95 Baker, long averse to national GOP politics, backs Susan Collins in Maine Senate race
96 Biden is on track to lose the Electoral College
97 Ed Markey beats Joe Kennedy in Senate primary
98 Patriots name Cam Newton starting quarterback
99 Protesters outside State House demand Baker rescind flu shot order
100 From Emmys splash to syndication plunge for ‘Schitt’s Creek’