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Giving good face a la Rita Hayworth and Betty Grable.
Yeah, I’m a woman who pumps iron. What are you looking at?
Whiny, petulant, entitled, self-important... No, it’s not Boston fans we’re talking about, it’s Boston sportswriters. How did the sports media in this town, once the envy of the nation, become so awful?
A mind-bending art piece by John Chervinsky.
In the absence of color, beautiful form takes center stage.
Thanks to creative thinking from Studio Luz, a Leather District loft gets flexible.
Andrew Spindler Antiques & Design offers an eclectic alternative to catalog shopping.
All’s well that ends well.
In Tina Burgos’s new Needham home, beloved pieces from her now-closed shop Stel’s get a second act.
With the help of LDA Architecture & Interiors, two London transplants take a 1960s Weston home into the 21st century.
A Martha’s Vineyard metalsmith crafts intricate weathervanes.
When the weather outside is frightful, find solace in throws delightful.
A couple transforms a 19th-century Beacon Hill townhouse into a contemporary masterpiece.
Shrug off winter’s chill and plan your next great adventure with these unique accessories.
In the hush of the off-season, a midcentury modern Nathaniel Saltonstall home, updated by Hammer Architects, is the perfect backdrop for winter’s cozy cardigans and edgy accessories.