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Chris Sweeney

Chris Sweeney, Senior Editor at Boston Magazine

Chris Sweeney is a senior editor at Boston magazine.


The Guide: Boston Harbor Islands

How to get the biggest bang for your staycation buck.

City Life

Just When You Thought It Was Safe to Go Back Outside…

Inside the race to eliminate one of nature’s biggest threats (plus what you need to know to keep safe this summer).

family walking in woods

Tips and Tricks to Avoid Ticks and Lyme Disease All Summer

Win the battle in your own backyard by practicing these steps to keep nature’s biggest nuisance at bay.

Jasiel Correia
City Life

The Short, Wild Ride of Correia the Kid

Is he a white-collar criminal and corrupt politician, as federal prosecutors allege? Or is he one of the best mayors in Fall River history, as he insists? Maybe, somehow, Jasiel Correia could be both.

City Life

Wayfair’s House of Cardboard

Can one of Boston’s most important companies keep the bottom from dropping out?

City Life

Showdown in Eastie

Old-timers. Immigrants. Millennials. Developers. Who will win in the fight for the city’s last frontier?

Eliza Dushku
Arts & Entertainment

The Interview: Eliza Dushku

One of the city’s brightest stars on her rise to movie producer, the art of being brutally honest, and why Hollywood can’t ever seem to get Boston right.

City Life

The Interview: Robert Earl

Can this globetrotting millionaire save Bertucci’s, the region’s beloved Italian restaurant chain?

City Life

The Bully of Boylston Street

Sam Hassan made a fortune in real estate and designer shoes. Then it all fell apart.

City Life

The Interview: Jaylen Brown

The Celtics star on why video games are the future of sports and Internet trolls give him superpowers.

City Life

The Interview: William Gross

The new police commissioner talks race relations, turf wars with the State Police, and the dumbest criminal he’s ever seen. 

City Life

What Would You Pay to Fix the Gridlock?

Why raising the gas tax could ease the worst part about living in Boston—the traffic.

City Life

Sue O’Connell Is Always On

NECN host Sue O’Connell talks highbrow art, lowbrow TV, and how Boston can be even cooler.


The Interview: Roger Berkowitz

The Legal Sea Foods head reveals the real story behind President Donald Trump’s near snub of his clam chowder.

City Life

Tom O’Keefe Is Always Trending

Boston social media star Tom O’Keefe on drunk tweets, creepy DMs, and pints of ice cream.