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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.

john cena
Arts & Entertainment

These Are the Most Wikipedia-ed Names in Massachusetts

People are really curious about John Cena.

brandi carlile
Arts & Entertainment

Photos: What You Missed at Boston Calling 2019

The tenth edition of the music-and-food festival has arrived.

Amanda Palmer
Arts & Entertainment

Amanda Palmer Is Used to Writing about the Dark

The singer is unafraid to venture into difficult territory on her new album.

seth moulton
City Life

Seth Moulton Says He’s Considering a Presidential Run

He’d gone a bit quiet after that whole Pelosi thing.

Chris Evans
Arts & Entertainment

Is a Chris Evans TV Show Filming in Belmont?

A request from a location scout sounds a lot like his new project.

broken heart boston
Arts & Entertainment

The Top 10 Worst Breakups in Boston

We’re never moving on.

Julian Edelman Tom Brady
City Life

Deion Sanders Cannot Handle Julian Edelman’s Beard

“It don’t look right.”

Channing Tatum
Arts & Entertainment

A Magic Mike Musical Is Coming to Boston

Are you ready?

Arts & Entertainment

The Boston Calling Spring 2019 Lineup Is Here

Your headliners are Travis Scott, Twenty One Pilots, and Tame Impala.

red sox alds celebration
City Life

Here Are the Top Stories You Read in 2018

Let’s all bask in the Red Sox World Series win a little longer.

josh gordon new england patriots
City Life

Josh Gordon Says He’s Stepping Away from Football

The Patriots receiver wants to focus on his mental health.

Michael Weatherly
City Life

Michael Weatherly’s Former Co-Stars Want You to Know He’s a Nice Guy, Really

The Times reported CBS paid Eliza Dushku millions after Weatherly harassed her on set.


The Interview: Lee Pelton

Boston may be a world-class city, but there are still plenty of problems that need fixing. Emerson College’s president is determined to be part of the solution.

City Life

Mass. Votes Yes on 3

Voters decided to keep legislation protecting the rights of the state’s trans residents.

Charlie Baker speaks at the 2018 State of the Commonwealth
City Life

Baker Coasts to Victory and a Second Term

In what might be one of the least competitive races in the country.