Andrew Rimas

With hipsters from Allston to Cambridge sporting ’staches before Borat brought his to the big screen, we’re on high alert for all-out mustache mania. Andrew Rimas boldly test-drives the handlebar.

Fashion Masochist: The Mustache

Our intrepid writer takes a detoxifying plunge.

Boston D-Tox

Unsung and over-dressed, Boston's most devoted internationalists are its honorary diplomatic consuls.

Cambridge has a Hollywood homeboy, and he's not in the Brat Pack.

Psychics. Astrologers. Mediums. Spiritualists. They do an unexpectedly good business in this city of lab-coated rationalists and Oliver Wendell Holmes. But can they really tell the future? A trip to a mystic river awaits a skeptical writer who thinks card

You know what we need? Some more pointless debate about gay marriage.

Thirty years ago this month, Jaws made a splash in the American popular consciousness. To get it filmed, a Hollywood production crew made a splash on the sleepy island of Martha's Vineyard.

Abusive weather. Early closing times. That baseball curse. What the hell is there to laugh about? Apparently, a lot. Boston comics weigh in on what makes this the funniest city in America.

When Southie ex-cop and ex-con Richard Marinick writes about crime, it's not fiction. It's his life.

Who says nothing happens around here after dark? These Bostonians prove that when it comes to the nightlife, this old town knows how to loosen up

Roger Marino founded a high-tech behemoth and retired to luxury, fortune, and boredom. So what's a multimillionaire from Revere to do? Buy hockey teams. Bankroll Hollywood movies. And go Broadway with the dazzling Bernadette Peters.

Roger Marino founded a high-tech behemoth and retired to luxury, fortune, and boredom. So what's a multimillionaire from Revere to do? Buy hockey teams. Bankroll Hollywood movies. And go Broadway with the dazzling Bernadette Peters.

Viking hordes battle Good King Alfred in a Dark Ages swashbuckler.

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