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The Nichols Brothers Boat Builders shipyard buzzes with work these days. A new Washington state ferry superstructure -- what will become the Samish -- is being built in one part of the shipyard while a smaller ferry for Wahkiakum County and one
Steamboat Springs Enterprise Rent-A-Car is going through the city of Steamboat Springs' process to establish a new rental location on Downhill Drive in west Steamboat. The company currently has staff at the Sheraton Steamboat Resort and cars in a
Miss. The casting director for a James Brown biopic says she needs more people who are willing to work as extras in the movie. Tammy Smith said she's looking to hire 2,500 people from the Natchez, Miss., area but she needs twice that many to sign up.
Larry David at the July 31 premiere of "Clear History" in Los Angeles. (Dan Steinberg/Invision/AP) The former Dallas mayor, trade ambassador and First Buddy golfed again on Saturday with President Obama. This time, their foursome included Larry David,
Stories Old money New Englanders summering on Martha's Vineyard are complaining that the heightened Al Qaeda threat means extra security and traffic delays when the Obamas touch down on the Massachusetts island this week. The first family arrives
The islands are a pain to get to, and once there, you're stuck having to rent a bike, moped, or a taxi to get around. Well, while that may be true to a certain degree on Nantucket, which boasts a fine, if limited, public transportation service, it's
An African-American schoolteacher named Elizabeth Jennings is thrown off a Third Avenue streetcar reserved for whites. With the support of the community and the help of famed abolitionist Frederick Douglass, she sues the streetcar company and wins
Joe Michaels, who has been the director for 18 years, was given a new job last week that portends more change to come. The Shakespeare in the Park production of The Comedy of Errors, directed by Daniel Sullivan, moves this mistaken-identity farce
The Seastreak ferry from New Bedford has launched a new service that makes it a breeze to get from South Station to Martha's Vineyard in 2½ to three hours. A combination ticket takes you straight to the ferry dock in New Bedford via Tremblay's Bus Co.
McLaughlin is slated to open a store at The Street in Chestnut Hill this fall. It will be the ninth Massachusetts location for the Brooklyn, N.Y.,-based retailer known for its classic American styles. A private equity group led by Cambridge's