Running on Passion: The Story Behind Janji

Brookline-based Janji, an athletic apparel company that donates a portion of proceeds to organizations around the world, is run by two friends who met while […]


Thom Solo Wants Lady Gaga in His Shoes

Thom Solo’s background in sculpture informs the extravagant and powerful shoes that he creates. The young Boston designer and School at the Museum of Fine […]


The Road Less Traveled: The One Gallon Challenge Comes to Boston

Meet the man who founded the extreme MPG challenge.


Be an Open Book with Litographs Shirts

Want to tell the world about your favorite book? Wear it loud and proud. Cambridge-based company Litographs prints entire tomes on tees and posters, arranging […]


Boston Hotels Offering Guided Runs

Boston is known as a running capital throughout the country, so it makes sense that travelers would seek out a run on our streets and […]

Arts & Entertainment

Preview: Five Films to Watch at the 29th Annual Boston LGBT Film Festival

April in Boston boasts film fests galore, as both the the Boston International Film Festival and the Boston Independent Film Festival come to town. But […]

Arts & Entertainment

Brattle Theatre Renovation Will Add Digital Projection and New HVAC System

The Brattle Theatre has been up and running in Cambridge for decades, and prides itself on its unique take on cinema. Ned Hinkle, a creative […]


Why the Boston Marathon is the Best in the World

The Boston Marathon is a huge day for this city. Patriots’ Day seems like it’s Boston’s own national holiday, and the Marathon is the holiday’s […]


A Perfect Pair: Shalane Flanagan and Kara Goucher

The Boston Marathon is just three days away, and Shalane Flanagan and Kara Goucher—the top two American women—both have their eyes on the prize. It’s […]