This Week On Beacon Hill

Turned off Massachusetts voters who tuned out recent elections are being bombarded again by candidates and their supporters who are emptying their opposition research files, forking over campaign cash to TV stations for ads, rolling out high profile supporters and bouncing between debates and staged events all over the Commonwealth.

100 Cameras, 100 Photographers, Shoot From New Perspectives

With cameras in every phone, taking photos has never been more simple. For some photographers, professional or otherwise, it’s cameras themselves that still rule. One former fashion photographer is adapting digital cameras for people who may reveal a unique view on the world.

The Week Ahead On Beacon Hill

Bill Clinton and Mitt Romney are scheduled to visit Massachusetts next week to influence politics and voting here, signifying the late stages of races as candidates look to the post-Columbus Day stretch until the November 4th elections.

Automatic Gas Tax Increases? Inside Ballot Question 1

Massachusetts lawmakers passed a measure to automatically increase the gas tax along with inflation. The measure helps lawmakers avoid the political challenge of regular votes on whether to raise the tax, which led the group Tank the Gas Tax to put a repeal question on the ballot.

Baker And Coakley Go One-On-One, Over Eggs And Super PACs

Republican candidate for governor of Massachusetts, Charlie Baker, and Democratic nominee Martha Coakley squared off Wednesday morning for the second time in 12 hours. Unlike previous ones, this debate featured just those two leading candidates head to head. It lead to a more thorough airing of issues, including TV ads and economic policy.