Lisa Weidenfeld - Boston Magazine

Lisa Weidenfeld

Senior Digital Editor at Boston Magazine

Lisa Weidenfeld joined the Boston magazine team in 2015, and has written about the arts, politics, prominent local sea lions, and more.

@LisaWeidenfeld
City Life

Settle in with Some Hot Chocolate and Read the Best Longreads of the Year

What better way to pass some time before 2021 begins?

City Life

What I Miss Most: Standing in a Giant Crowd of Strangers

As the pandemic winds endlessly on, communal experiences seem further and further away.

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Restaurants

Fun Holiday Quarantine Recipes When the Thought of Cooking Makes You Want to Set Your Kitchen on Fire

Cooking inspo has arrived.

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City Life

Five New Hobbies to Distract Yourself from the Horrifying Prospect of a Quarantined Boston Winter

A supremely helpful guide to your next six months and/or years.

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Arts & Entertainment

Q&A: Candace McDuffie on 50 Rappers Who Changed the World

The Boston-based music journalist has a new book out exploring the history and influence of hip hop.

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City Life

Does Anyone Else Feel like the Only Person Who Stayed inside All Summer?

Social media-induced FOMO during a pandemic is a complicated emotion.

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Wellness

The Dentist Will Screen You Now

I never feared going to have my teeth cleaned. Then the pandemic hit.

City Life

Five Places to Scream into the Void around Boston

Because that’s where we are right now.

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City Life

Yes, It’s (Probably) Safe to Keep Going on Walks Outside

Just don’t stroll down the sidewalk arm in arm.

mindy kaling
City Life

Massachusetts, Give the Spotlight to Female Celebs Already

It’s time to stop being Wahlberg central.

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City Life

Can We Ever Really Fix Bad Driving in Boston?

The new hands-free driving legislation aims to stop people from using their phones, but it won’t stop them from being jerks.

City Life

A Year in Review: The Most Memorable Stories of 2010

The decade started off with a dark turn.

City Life

Take a Hike

Boston’s traffic and transit woes are bad and only getting worse. But what if escaping them is as simple as putting one foot in front of the other?

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City Life

Update: Pedestrian Hit by Truck in Harvard Square Has Died

The incident occurred early Tuesday morning.

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Arts & Entertainment

See Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker on Stage in Boston

Calling all the Neil Simon fans.