Thrust into the spotlight, Boston’s Jayson Tatum is ready for prime time

At 19, he was carrying a city’s hopes on his shoulders and a baby boy in his arms. It wasn’t all to script — but a star has been born in Boston.
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The unheralded moves that kept Boston’s season alive and thriving

Danny Ainge’s summer of deals resulted in a blockbuster overhaul of Boston’s roster. Little did he know he’d also be setting up a safety net for the injury-riddled Celtics.
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Isaiah who? Why Kyrie Irving is Boston’s new king of clutch time

It seemed improbable that anyone could rival Isaiah Thomas’ fourth-quarter production of last season, but Boston’s masked man has turned into a superhero in the clutch.
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With blockbuster complete, Boston’s focus shifts to solving its roster puzzle

With blockbuster complete, Boston’s focus shifts to solving its roster puzzle
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First pitches, ‘basketball Bluetooth’ and the evolution of Boston’s pregame ritual

First pitches, ‘basketball Bluetooth’ and the evolution of Boston’s pregame ritual
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Beacon Hill, Back Bay and the Building of Boston’s Golden Age

Beacon Hill, Back Bay and the Building of Boston’s Golden Age


Venture back to the Boston of the 1800s, when Back Bay was just a wide expanse of water to the west of the Shawmut Peninsula and merchants peddled their wares to sailors along the docks. Witness the beginning of the American Industrial Revolution; learn how a series of cultural movements made Boston the focal point of abolitionism in America, with leaders like William Lloyd Garrison; and see the golden age of the arts ushered in with notables Longfellow, Holmes, Copley, Sargent and Isabella Stewart Gardner. Travel with local historian Ted Clarke down the cobbled streets of Boston to discover its history in the golden age.

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