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Stone-carved graves are going extinct. A Somerville artist is bringing them back to life.

A Salem-born artist is working to bring two stolen Salem gravestones back from the dead by carving replicas by hand, and hoping to revive a New England art form in the process.

Nothing screams North Shore like getting lost at the Cummings Center

The mixed-use development, once home to the world’s largest factory, has a system for navigating the maze-like complex of more than 2 million square feet.

Two kayakers rescued from Ipswich Bay during potentially hazardous weather

Police and firefighters responded to reports of one or two kayakers in the water at approximately 9:35 a.m. While en route, emergency responders were told that an Ipswich policer officer near Clark Beach had spotted at least one person treading water.

Harvardwood offers a Cambridge-to-Hollywood pipeline. But first, you have to get into Harvard.

Harvard alums occupy every rung of the entertainment industry ladder. The Harvardwood network seeks to harness that power for Crimson students and graduates looking for a career in film and beyond.

At the Museum of Printing, ‘We’re trying to save the past for the future’

This gem in Haverhill has the world’s largest collection of typographic technology and ephemera.

Following Boston, Somerville residents no longer have to specify gender on marriage certificates

Somerville officials announced Thursday that the city will no longer require people to specify their gender on marriage certificates, after Boston adopted a similar policy in August.

Harvard postpones W.E.B. Du Bois Medal ceremony amid Israel-Hamas war: ‘It is not the right time to host a celebration’

The star-studded awards ceremony was initially scheduled for Thursday in Cambridge.

Protesters condemning Israel hold ‘die-in’ at Harvard Business School

As helicopters whirred overhead, protesters lay prone as if dead on the lawn behind Klarman Hall while holding signs accusing Israel of genocide and demanding an immediate cease-fire.