Brittany Jasnoff


Stackable Bracelets, and Five Other Things Kelly Brabants Is Dreaming About This Month

The fitness and athleisure guru, who’s getting ready to launch a new Back Bay pop-up, shares her must list for a sizzling summer.

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Home & Property

Check Out the Top Real Estate Producers in Greater Boston

Looking to buy or sell soon? You won’t want to get started without consulting our exclusive list of the best-performing agents around.

Arts & Entertainment

Know a Local Hero? Nominate Them to Be Featured in Boston Magazine!

Our Best of Boston Readers’ Poll this year is once again focused on the people who have made our city a better place.


Who Says Boston Isn’t a Fashion Town?

Certainly not these local designers, whose mood-boosting dresses, bold silhouettes, and look-at-me prints are the perfect spring wardrobe upgrade.

Home & Property

Top Places to Live 2021

Your guide to the best places to settle down in the city, the ‘burbs and beyond.

Home & Property

New Year, New Room!

From the mudroom to the barroom, draw inspiration from these renovations as you plan your perfect pandemic and post-pandemic dream pad.

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Our 2021 Top Doctors List Is Here

Did yours make the cut?


How to Experience a Cape Cod Summer in One Day Trip

You don’t have to check into a weekly rental to enjoy everything the Cape has to offer.

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City Life

A Parent’s Guide to Telecommuting

How to manage your work-life balance when everyone’s in the house all the time.


A Heritage Travel Itinerary for England

Trace the history of the Mayflower with stops in London, Dartmouth, Exeter, and other history-rich cities.


Discovering My Roots in Haiti

The first Massachusetts state senator of Haitian descent returns to the island where her parents were born.

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The Case of the Fever That Wouldn’t Go Away

Cambridge Health Alliance’s Dr. Lou Ann Bruno-Murtha discovered a rare infectious disease, spread by rodents, right here in Massachusetts.

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The Case of the Unexplained Limp

When a fit 40-year-old inexplicably lost mobility in his left leg, Dr. Ron Riesenburger of Tufts Medical followed clues to the top of his spine.


The Case of the Unstoppable Itch

To stop the ceaseless irritation, Dr. Roger Jenkins of Lahey Hospital & Medical Center knew he had to remove part of the patient’s liver.

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The Case of the Mysterious Buzzing Body

After a lifetime of strange symptoms, a patient was diagnosed with a treatable disorder by Beth Israel’s Dr. Bernard Chang.