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Boston City Hall stands at 1 City Hall Square in Downtown Boston. The City Council unanimously passed a resolution Wednesday condemning Northeastern for anti-union practices.

‘Northeastern, get it together’: Boston City Council condemns Northeastern anti-union tactics

Eli Curwin, editor-in-chief May 14, 2023

Days after Northeastern graduate students filed federal charges alleging Northeastern intimidated union organizers, Boston City Council unanimously passed a resolution last Wednesday condemning the university’s...

Chow Down Beantown: Episode 11

Chow Down Beantown: Episode 11

Jessica Silverman May 4, 2023

The day has unfortunately come - the last episode of Chow Down Beantown. Let's go out with a bang and remember some of the best of Boston eats.

Forgotten Fragments: Episode 1

Forgotten Fragments: Episode 1

Z Weber February 24, 2023

Join host Z Weber on The News’ brand new podcast about interesting bits of history. Today, Z covers why Boston is called Beantown. Sources: Why is Boston Nicknamed Beantown? 6 Questions about...

Demonstrators from the Party for Socialism and Liberation carry a banner with the words “The people united will stop racist police brutality” as they lead a march through Boston Common Saturday, Jan. 28. Protests continued through the weekend after videos of Tyre Nichols’ killing were made public.

Hundreds gather to protest police brutality after Tyre Nichols killing

Boston’s Party for Socialism and Liberation led protests against police brutality Friday, Jan. 27 and Saturday, Jan. 28 after videos of Tyre Nichols’ deadly encounter with Memphis police were publicly...

Performers push through the crowd during the annual Lunar New Year Parade in Chinatown’s Phillips Square Sunday, Jan. 29. 2023 marks the Year of the Rabbit in the Chinese Zodiac or the Year of the Cat for Vietnam’s Tết.

Boston hops into the Year of the Rabbit

Quillan Anderson, photo editor February 7, 2023

For 15 days, communities around the world celebrate Lunar New Year by hanging bright red lanterns, performing lion dances and wishing loved ones wealth and prosperity over homemade meals. Starting on...

Actors perform at CHUANG Stage, an organization which received grants through the Boston Cultural Council and Recover Creative Boston in the spring of 2022.

With help from Mayor Michelle Wu, Boston arts organizations start to revive from pandemic damages

Cathy Ching, projects editor April 13, 2022

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Boston City Hall

Acting Mayor Kim Janey announces indoor mask mandate for Boston

Sarah Barber, deputy city editor August 20, 2021

Acting Mayor Kim Janey announced Friday that face coverings will be required in all indoor public settings beginning Aug. 27, per public order from the Boston Public Health Commission. The mandate requires...

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