Jason Feifer

Loony Tunes

With Taj Tunes, Cambridge businessman Dave Hui has outsourced the singing telegram. The songs are hysterical—as long as you don’t think about what you’re really laughing at.

The Prince Is a Pauper

Prince William Lobkowicz stands at the back of the room, smiling respectfully as the U.S. ambassador with the photo-op grin prattles on about something or other that none of us in the crowd can quite make out. Mrphm raphm Starbucks…

Fashion Masochist: Ninja Chic

As men’s clothing dips into the dark side, Jason Feifer suits up, assassin-style. A slew of menswear designers—among them Raf Simons, John Galliano, and Junya Watanabe—are showing black-on-black streamlined suits and espionage-appropriate hoods. Their models look sleek and high-tech, ready…

Hot to Trot

Has Romney run right into a new flip-flop? See Mitt run-not just for president, but down a street full of voters and a tree-lined lane, dripping sweat all the way. His staff is happy to display such physical well-being: The…

The Ultimate Boston Salary Guide

Who Makes What Where (& Why)From a fledgling scientist’s $29,000 to an über-landlord’s $42 million (and maybe, if you’re lucky, a few of your coworkers’)—Boston paychecks, laid bare. A chat with a stranger usually follows a familiar script: You trade…

So This Guy Walks into a Comedy Festival…

In one year, Dan Boulger has gone from joke-cracking college kid to rising star. A comedy club is most often the province of the profane, which used to be a problem for 21-year-old Norwood native Dan Boulger. Though he can…

A Heartwarming Work of Staggering Genius

Taking a page from author Dave Eggers, a Harvard student founds the Hub’s hippest tutoring program. For hipster literati with a strong do-gooder streak (a larger contingent than you might think), the number 826 is a big deal. It’s the…

Fashion Masochist: Men’s Leggings

For guys, “slim fit” has taken on a whole new meaning Jason Feifer bravely tightens up his wardrobe. Over the past few years, menswear has gotten consistently slimmer: skinny ties, then suits, then jeans. Now designers like Prada and Jean…