Gina Tomaine

Gina Tomaine has researched and written for Boston, as well as Boston Home and Boston Weddings. She earned her B.A. in English and economics from Saint Joseph's University in Philadelphia and her M.F.A. in Nonfiction Writing from Emerson College in May 2013. She's been featured in The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Boston Globe, and From the Top on NPR. She loves concerts, travel, running, and yoga. Follow her on twitter @gtomaine.

Home & Property

Weekender: Amsterdam

Autumn is a fine time to take in this design city’s restaurant-lined canals, boutique hotels, and world-renowned art galleries.


Destination Ahead

Behold: Wedding weekends in seven picturesque New England spots, expertly plotted by local planners.


Pioneer Valley

This forested western Massachusetts region has a dual personality: It’s quiet and quaint, but also boasts a lively cultural scene.


Martha’s Vineyard

When it comes to charm and tradition, Martha’s Vineyard takes the (wedding) cake.



Escapism is the appeal here.


Litchfield Hills

The wide open spaces in this part of Connecticut make for memorable celebrations


Lakes Region

This tranquil, woodsy New Hampshire area is perfect for people looking for a natural, outdoor setting.


Penobscot Bay

This Maine spot has quintessential charm, but it also has your big-city necessities.



The peak fall foliage coupled with the historic properties makes for an amazing escape.


The Shape Shifter

Want to feel fit and fabulous on your wedding day? It’s all about setting goals.


Your Winter Workouts Are In Danger

Climate change is threatening New England ski areas.

Home & Property


Where to go and what to read for your summer design fix.

Home & Property

Weekender: London

With a slew of new design exhibits and hip hotel openings, London Town is a feast for the eyes this summer.

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Home & Property

Home Design Happenings

Where to go and what to read for your spring design fix.

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Get Fresh

Follow these simple steps now, courtesy of Mahoney’s Garden Center manager Mark Cutler, for juicy homegrown tomatoes come August.