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Bill Janovitz

City Life

Can a Summer House Be a Home?

It’s easy to fantasize about having a big summer house, but, sometimes, smaller is better after all.

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A Spotify Playlist for Summer

Consider this a gift … you can thank me later.

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Hush-Hush Home Sales

What to know if you’re considering selling your home on a quieter route.

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iPad’s Big Changes for Real Estate

Not just limited to techy fields, real estate agents now rely on iPads, too.

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Empty Nesters Say ‘Adios’ to Suburbia

Older couples downsizing to move into Boston’s urban locales is an important dynamic and a healthy trend.

Arts & Entertainment

Nantucket: Not a ‘Part Time’ Crowd

Although I was out of place at the Nantucket Film Festival’s Late Night Storytelling, I got a few laughs.

City Life

Philly Style … in Davis Square

Uncommon in Boston, the Philly Style layout offers separation of living from sleeping areas.

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Confessions From My Man Cave

Hockey makes me yawn, so I listen to the music instead of watching the action.

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Q&A: Walter Pierce

Lexington’s pioneering architect schools us on what “modern” means in 2011.

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Q&A: Walter Pierce

Lexington’s pioneering architect schools us on what “modern” means in 2011.

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Big Fat Houses

The pros and cons of equating space with quality.

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Almost Famous

A few months shy of Buffalo Tom’s 25th anniversary, Bill Janovitz reflects on the life cycle of a band.

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Concert Preview: The Giant Kings

The elite of Boston’s roots musicians plays tonight at Cambridge’s Lizard Lounge.

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Boston’s Real Estate Market

Homes that sell fast in some communities can sit forever in the next town over. What’s going on?

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Arriving at Mid-Century Modern Lexington