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“Hospital on Defense for Cyber-Attacks”* was the title of an article published by the Boston Herald on April 1st. (PRWEB) June 10, 2014 The article
Global Security Experts Security Sensei was prominently featured in the recent Boston Herald article “Sales Pitches Use Bombing as Hook.” Security Sensei Jordan Frankel said his company pushed
One of the 13 unions at The Boston Globe has agreed to $2.2 million in concessions in the face of a threat to close the 137-year-old newspaper, the Globe said. The Boston Newspaper Printing Pressmen Union agreed to a concessions plan and would put it to their 200 members within a week, the newspaper
By JESSICA HESLAM Cable TV's business commentators and pundits are working overtime with analysis of the Wall Street meltdown, but some observers say they're hardly a calming influence to already anxious viewers.
By Scott Van Voorhis, Boston Herald Aug. 7--Welcome to Southie-wood. Developer Tim Pappas is floating plans to build an L.A.-style movie production complex on a vacant lot he owns at the corner of West First and E streets, according to state Rep.
By Michael Marotta, Boston Herald Aug. 7--EVENT ArtsUnion's Vidfest 2008 Union Square, Somerville, Friday at 7:30 p.m. (Rain date is Saturday) FREE Live music and video art collide at Vidfest, an outdoor festival that blurs the line between audio and visual.
By Dave Wedge, Boston Herald Aug. 6--Ozzy Osbourne and his traveling troupe took a pass on the summer circuit this year and that's turned out to be good news. Headbangers have been blessed with the Mayhem Festival, a gift from the metal gods.
By Michael Marotta, Boston Herald Aug. 6--More than two months after announcing its transformation into a music venue and new home of the Comedy Connection, the Wilbur Theatre appeared ready to open for business last night, if only temporarily.
By Gayle Fee and Laura Raposa, Boston Herald Aug.
- A poem in which the author retracts something said in an earlier poem.