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Lisa Weidenfeld

Senior Digital Editor at Boston Magazine

Lisa Weidenfeld joined the Boston magazine team in 2015, and has written about the arts, politics, city life, and more.

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Arts & Entertainment

What to Stream over the Holidays If You Love Boston

Or just if you’re bored. No prior Boston knowledge necessary, but it is going to show up in the list a lot.

City Life

Five Things That Will Probably Happen Before the Green Line Extension Finally Opens

At this rate, even happy hours might make a comeback before the forever-delayed new station arrives.

City Life

Grayer, but Stronger

After more than 18 months of pandemic life, how I learned to live with me, myself, and whoever this new person in the mirror is.

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Travel

How to Have the Perfect Fall Foliage Day in Boston

Complete with scenic views and, of course, a place to get a cider doughnut.

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City Life

You’re Not Imagining Things: More People Are Getting Called for Jury Duty Right Now

But just in comparison to the last year.

City Life

Why I Don’t Like Golf but Learned to Play Anyway

Hint: It isn’t because of the recent boom in popularity (and it definitely has nothing to do with the clothes).

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City Life

I Tried It: The Boston Harbor Seaplane

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Travel

The Best Places to Go Clamming near Boston

Rake in clams and steamers by the quart—as long as you don’t mind digging through the mud.

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Arts & Entertainment

How Did Juul Rise So Fast and Crash So Hard?

Time health correspondent Jamie Ducharme explores the saga in Big Vape: The Incendiary Rise of Juul.

City Life

Boston Magazine Won Five City and Regional Magazine Awards

It was the second most among all city magazines.

City Life

Please, PLEASE Stop Changing the Name of the Waterfront Pavilion Concert Venue

There cannot possibly be any banks left.

City Life

Sole of the City

I used to spend my days strolling the streets of Boston and Cambridge. Then the pandemic struck, and I no longer had anywhere to go. That’s when the journey really began.

City Life

Boston Magazine Was Just Nominated for 17 City and Regional Magazine Awards

For general excellence, writer of the year, online columns, and so much more.

City Life

Get Konnected! Announces List of Most Impactful Black Women in Boston

It’s the first edition of the list from the networking group.

City Life

Vaccines May Be Here, but Getting Back to Regular Life Is Going to Take Some Time

After a full year of isolation and endless TV, books, and takeout, what is normal, anyway?