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Has Boston Given Up On God?

church_hires-2The church once held a powerful place in daily life for thousands of Bostonians. But as science and tech take over this town, an entirely new religion is taking its place.

Read the story at Boston Magazine.

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A park built for protest

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Cleveland’s Public Square was designed with free speech in mind. So far, it’s working.

Read the story at Experience Magazine.

Mary Katharine Goddard, the Woman who Signed the Declaration of Independence

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Likely the United States’ first woman employee, this newspaper publisher was a key figure in promoting the ideas that fomented the Revolution.

Read the story at SmithsonianMag.com.

‘They’re Bold and Fresh’: The Millennials Disrupting Boston’s Transit System

Armed with data and outside-the-box ideas, TransitMatters is redefining citizen engagement.

Read the story at POLITICO Magazine.

A Grassroots Call to Ban Gerrymandering

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Voters Not Politicians gathered an astounding 425,000 signatures in Michigan to secure a spot on the November ballot for a proposed constitutional amendment creating a citizens’ commission for redistricting.

Read the story at TheAtlantic.com.

Nancy Pelosi’s Chief Antagonist Wants To Do Yoga and Have a Beer With You

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Can Ohio Democrat Tim Ryan be both the blue-collar “guy you want to have a beer with” and the winner of the “yoga vote”?

Read the story at POLITICO Magazine.

Inside Don Chiofaro’s Long War to Make Boston’s Skyline Taller

feature_don-3After decades of fighting City Hall, Don Chiofaro’s bullish style has made him the most talked-about developer in Boston. But with a friendly mayor now in place and his plan for a soaring waterfront tower in the works, is the town’s toughest builder finally learning to play nice?

Read the story at Boston Magazine.