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Dining Out: Raising the Steaks
Rare, Encore Boston Harbor’s destination for prime chops, is slick, swanky—and a bit undercooked.
Dining Out: Gustazo
A suburban Cuban restaurant exports a bigger, boozier location to Cambridge.
Dining Out: Kamakura
A bold-for-Boston Japanese restaurant is a polished, if imperfect, exercise in ambition.
Dining Out: Nahita
All that glitters is not gold at this posh restaurant group’s Boston debut.
Restaurant Review: Chickadee
The millennial restaurant comes of age with a plucky Seaport addition.
Dining Out: Southern Proper
Our critic visits Southern Proper, in the South End.
The Battle for Boston
One of the distinguishing traits of great cities is that they’re furiously alive, which is to say they’re constantly changing.
Boston claims to be a center for innovation. So why is City Hall smothering the food-truck industry?
The anti-car movement needs to get off its high bicycle and accept a simple fact — living in Boston without a car sucks.
What do you call a state run by a bunch of nannying killjoys? Massachusetts.
If allowing suckers to drop the nest egg on slot machines is how Massachusetts will fix its money problem, let’s at least have some fun on the way to social ruin.