Janelle Nanos

Janelle Nanos is a senior editor at Boston magazine, where she writes about ideas, people, and businesses that shape the way our city works. She attended Boston College and earned her master's degree in journalism from New York University, where she was awarded a Knight Foundation fellowship for her outstanding reporting. She started her career at New York Magazine, where she worked as a reporter for three years, then joined the staff of National Geographic Traveler as Special Projects editor, developing multi-platform projects that spanned the print publication, tablet, and web. She now teaches a class in magazine writing at Boston College, and her work has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Slate, Marie Claire, The Village Voice, Forbes, and Mother Jones. She lives in Cambridge with her husband and her dog, Winston.


MIT Media Lab Gets a Slap on the Wrist for Sexist Wristbands

Others under fire, take note of this spot-on response.


Transgender Emerson Student Gets His Surgery Covered After All

The insurance company came through.

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Photos: What You Missed at the First Lunch Beat

Techies throw down for a mid-day dance party.


Millennials Love Gadgets More Than They Love Cars

So says a reported commissioned by Boston-based Zipcar.

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A Lot of People Are Upset After Yahoo! Ditches Telecommuting

The backlash has been fierce.

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Market Snapshot

Here’s a look at the forces behind Boston’s suddenly red-hot real estate market.

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Getting in the Game

Follow these easy tips to upgrade to your dream house—or make a bundle offloading an old pad.


EdX Goes International

Universities in Europe and Canada are now in the mix.


More Women Are Breadwinners

So now we need some policies to help them out.


Boston: America’s 7th Most Literate City

Our high school graduation rate is dragging us down


John Kerry is Psyched

Our former senator revels in his new role as Secretary of State.


Menino and the Wage Gap

The Mayor is taking on pay disparity between men and women.


Harvard and the NFL

A high-profile influx of cash gets the school motivated to create a team to help players


MIT's Plans to Review the Swartz Case

A website is launched allowing for discussion of how his case was handled


Is Lance a Psychopath?

A Harvard Medical School professor weighs in.