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Who needs libraries, anyway? Turns out, we all do.
What It’s Like to Swim Walden Pond in November
On a cool morning in Concord this fall, I found out what it’s like to follow in Henry David Thoreau’s footsteps.
Isabella Stewart Gardner’s former Brookline residence stays true to its origins while accommodating its present-day inhabitants.
Good Company, a New Charlestown Cocktail Bar, Features ‘Farm-to-Glass’ Creations
Local produce plays a starring role in intriguing drinks at longtime bartender Seth Freidus’ first solo spot.
Roweam, a Luxury Furniture Brand, Launches in Rhode Island
Rhode Island designer Blair Moore introduces a line of heirloom-quality pieces with a little East Coast grit.
Inside a Local Gem Designer’s Jewel Box Home
Interior designer Elizabeth Georgantas turned a blank slate outside of Boston into a sparkling showcase, using finely honed elements of drama and surprise.
So You Want to Live in Sudbury?
It’s one of the most popular MetroWest towns for a reason. Here’s why residents love it—and how you can get in.
71 Things to Do This Week in Boston
The Alamo Drafthouse Cinema Boston opens in the Seaport and much more.
Somerville’s Bow Market Expands
The tucked-away Union Square maker-market has added storefronts right on Somerville Avenue—and there’s more food to enjoy.
Where to Indulge in Holiday Lunch in Boston
Here’s the 2023 rundown on special weekday lunch menus available around the city this holiday season, featuring luxurious steaks, seafood, and lots more.
Snowport, an Extravagant Winter Holiday Market, Opens in Boston’s Seaport
Holiday season has arrived with tons of shopping, winter-y pop-up bars, Swiss raclette cheese, pasta served in a giant cheese wheel, and did we mention cheese? Oh, and a giant pink yeti.
How Do You Make a Drab 1930s Kitchen Come Alive?
For one Brookline family, the solution was glass doors, custom green paint, and help from interior designer Kati Curtis.
What it means to be a leader in this city keeps changing and moving forward.
Where to Find Greater Boston’s Greatest Hot Chocolate
Warm up with a rich, decadent cup of cocoa at some of the area’s best cafés.
Our Fathers Opens in the Fenway with Tender Pastrami and Frozen Cocktails Galore
It’s a neon rebirth for the former Allston deli and restaurant—a little more tropical this time.
Hook + Line Brings Modern New England Seafood to the Seaport
The new sibling restaurant to West End staple Alcove also has a fish market for on-the-go fried clams, beer and wine, fresh seafood, and more.
Habitat: The Perks of Being a Wallflower
How do you make a new-construction home in the Boston suburbs stand out from the crowd? Bring the drama.