Jonathan Soroff

Contributor

City Life

Shark Fight

In an ocean chock full of apex predators, two big-name shark researchers are out for each other’s blood. Will Cape Cod’s beaches ever be the same?

Arts & Entertainment

The Interview: Gail Samuel

The new head of the Boston Symphony Orchestra is a California girl with tons of experience and celeb cachet. Can she remake the institution for a new generation?

Arts & Entertainment

The Interview: Jenny Holaday

After months of pandemic-related ups and downs, new Encore president Jenny Holaday is betting she and her team can bring the crowds to the region’s only casino. Will the odds be in her favor?

City Life

The Interview: Callie Crossley

From the upcoming mayoral race to racism, the award-winning GBH on-air personality isn’t afraid to tell it like it is.

Travel

Boston Traveler: New York City

Luxury hotels, jaw-dropping architecture, and a glorious neighborhood renaissance—even die-hard Sox fans will want to take a bite out of the Big Apple this summer.

Arts & Entertainment

The Interview: Joey McIntyre

As he gears up for a blockbuster New Kids on the Block show at Fenway Park this summer, Joey McIntyre dishes about teen stardom, Donnie Wahlberg’s dressing-room secrets, and why he’ll always come home to Boston.

City Life

Five Takeaways from a Conversation with Lee Pelton

For more than a decade, Lee Pelton led a renaissance at Emerson College. Now, at the dawn of a new career as president and CEO of the Boston Foundation, he reflects on his accomplishments—and what comes next.

Arts & Entertainment

Five Takeaways from a Conversation with Charlie Moore

After more than a year of doom and gloom, TV’s favorite fisherman wants you to kick back, relax, and have some doggone fun this summer. Seriously.

Travel

Boston Traveler: Charleston, South Carolina

Searching for the perfect post-vaccine getaway? A dose of this port city’s southern hospitality may be just what the doctor ordered.

Arts & Entertainment

Five Takeaways from a Conversation with Paul Theroux

With a new book out this month, the novelist and travel writer talks about his famous family, hanging with fellow Medford native Michael Bloomberg, and why all roads lead to the Cape.

Travel

Boston Traveler: Palm Beach

What’s old is new again in one of Boston’s most beloved spring-break destinations.

Restaurants

Jason Santos Is Fired up

The Boston chef and Hell’s Kitchen co-star on Yelp burns, bad Chinese food, and the future of the restaurant business.

Travel

Boston Traveler: Telluride

Ski season isn’t over yet—especially not at this unspoiled Colorado resort, now just a direct flight away from Boston.

City Life

It Ain’t Easy Being Green

Like so many Bostonians, I used to carry my reusable bags to the grocery store, recycle religiously, and pick up other people’s trash off the ground. Then COVID came along.

City Life

Linda Unbound

The newly minted Globe CEO opens up about navigating the media industry, and life, in a time of turmoil.