Adam L. Berger


The Law, Race Relations, and All That Jazz

J AZZ SAXOPHONISTS can often size one another up by the age of their instruments. An old and weathered sax


No Cure Yet, But Success at an Early Stage

Using tools no more complicated than a microscope, a calculator and some common sense, cancer researchers at Harvard Medical School


Eyeing the New Russia

I T'S too bad devoted Communists have no room for religion, because Mikhail Gorbachev and the rest of his party


Researchers Question Power of `Wonder Drug'

After nearly a decade of intense study, researchers at Harvard Medical School are beginning to understand how beta carotene, the


Grading Silber and the Media

T HE people voted, but the press pulled the strings. If not for the fiendish manipulation of the partisans at


A Long Trip Downhill

A T A GARISH REPUBLICAN FUNDRAISER luncheon a couple of weeks after the primaries, U.S. Senate hopeful Jim Rappaport was


Despite Prodding, a Volcanic Silber Fails to Erupt

In the nine months since John R. Silber announced his candidacy for gorvernor of Massachusetts, he has gained a reputation


Republican Leaders Urge Unity

BOSTON--Speaking at a $1000 per plate Republican fundraiser at the Westin Hotel, Secretary of Transportation Elizabeth H. Dole yesterday urged


Experts Divided on Education Proposal

Drawing on widespread dissatisfation with the declining standards of American schools, Republican senatorial hopeful James W. Rappaport has been pitching


Running in the Political Fall Classic

With the summer finally over, very little is clear about the two contests Bostonians care about most: the campaign for


Clapprood, Celluci to Vie For Lt. Gov.

When Marjorie O'Neill Clapprood met her supporters at the Park Plaza Hotel last night, she gave them the news for


Rappaport Will Face Kerry

BOSTON--Handily dealing with the only remaining obstacle between him and a general election fight with Democratic Sen. John F. Kerry,


Our Most Respected Drug Pushers

I REMEMBER the first time I learned about the evil of tobacco. It was in seventh grade health class; in


March: A Thaw Deal

M ARCH can be so unfathomable sometimes. One day we were all suffering through February's legacy of slush and ice;


An Enlightening Weekend

S TEP right up, Mom and Dad. If your child is in the Class of 1991, then this weekend is

Echelman string sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art


ISIL is Not the End of the World

Difficulty Defining

The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

Reshuffling the Caseload

Unloading the Ad Board