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A second set of brand-new train cars just hit the tracks.
The Back Bay’s Big Comeback
It lost its buzz to trendier neighborhoods over the past decade. But with the opening of the highly anticipated Rochambeau, one restaurateur is helping to herald the area’s revival.
Five Things We Know about Celeb Wedding Planner Bryan Rafanelli’s Recent Nuptials
He and partner Mark Walsh waited 30 years to tie the knot, and then planned their celebration in 30 days.
Feds: A Terror Suspect Scoped Out Targets at Fenway, Quincy Market, and the Pru
Alexei Saab, of New Jersey, trained with Hezbollah and then studied landmarks in Boston.
The 10 Most Anticipated Fall 2019 Restaurant Openings
From a Garden-adjacent sports bar with a heavy-hitting cocktail program (trust us), to a rustic and relaxed grill in the ’burbs (again, trust us).
Five Pretty Homes for Sale in Medford
A home right by the Fells, a penthouse with a private balcony, and other lovely options just outside Boston.
Six Mindfulness Apps to Reduce Stress and Improve Sleep
Having a bad week? Take a deep breath and download one of these apps.
Our no-holds-barred guide to the best of everything in Boston, from food to shopping to where you’ll go out with your friends.
“Antonio Brown Is Not a Nike Athlete,” Brand Announces
The Patriots wide receiver has lost a big sponsor in the wake of sexual assault allegations.
Things to Do This Weekend in Boston
Plan the perfect weekend in Boston with our list of weekend events and activities.
Five Two-Bedroom Apartments for $2,000 or Less per Month
With options in Somerville, Jamaica Plain, Brighton, and West Roxbury.
Five Beautiful Boston Open Houses to Tour This Weekend
Featuring a sunny North End condo in a former cigar factory, and other pretty homes.
After Saying Sex with Minors Is Not Always Sexual Assault, MIT Scientist Resigns
Fallout from the school’s association with Jeffrey Epstein continues.
Newsmakers, profiles, history, and more.
The Guy Who Threatened to Eat a Mass. Professor Alive Pleaded Guilty
Matthew Haviland admits he sent graphic threats to the pro-choice professor.
Who Could Forget the Stop and Shop Strike? Joe Biden, Apparently
He referenced "a Rite-Aid strike" that never happened.
Jasiel Correia Survived His Preliminary Election—Barely
A second place finish was enough to get him into the next round of the election.
Impulse Buy: Small Wonders
The season’s tiniest bags make a mighty statement.