Sam Smith reports that New England has spent the better part of a decade trying to clean up the region’s dirtiest power plants. But the Bush administration is poised to erase that progress.
Robert David Sullivan asks what the worst thing about having a Republican in the White House is. Progressives now believe that the best thing they can do for the environment is defeat Bush in 2004.
Dorie Clark says that New England probably won't face California-style blackouts this summer, but we've got energy woes of our own
Nina Willdorf catches up with Wendy Wasserstein and gets the lowdown on Wasserstein's new book, Shiksa Goddess.
Henry Santoro interviews Rosabeth Moss Kanter, a Harvard Professor, and Mike Boston, a rising rap musician, on their collaboration to spread the message of change .
Mark Bazer on Ron Jeremy’s other talent.
In the Phoenix editorial, House Ways and Means chairman John Rogers must go.
In Talking Politics, Seth Gitell pays tribute to Joe Moakley, who cared as much about justice in San Salvador as about jobs in South Boston
In Out There, Charyn Pfeuffer vows to never go back to the '80s.
In Urban Buy, Nina Willdorf has some ideas on how to cope with the worst allergy season in years.
Plus, this just in:
FOLLOW-UP: The Herald and Robert Brustein
OFFICIAL NOTICE: Gay unions and the wedding pages
AIDS WALK BOSTON: On the march
ELECTORAL REFORM: The bad chad fad
CUTTING EDGE: Dior or die
What Marian wants
CAPITAL OFFENSE: The executioner’s other victims
POSTCARD FROM VERMONT: Thank you, Jim
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