Madeline Bilis

Contributor

Madeline Bilis was an associate editor at Boston magazine. She studied journalism at Emerson College and hails from an exciting town outside of Worcester.

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Home & Property

Five Single-Family Open Houses to See This Weekend

From a Victorian in Wellesley to a charming Cape in North Weymouth.

City Life

The Very Best Dogs at the Red Sox Victory Parade

Do(g) damage.

Home & Property

Five of the Prettiest Homes That Hit the Market in October

From the coolest condo on the waterfront to an ultra-chic South End penthouse.

Home & Property

On the Market: A Jaw-Dropping Estate in the Berkshires

This gigantic compound sits on 85 acres along the Whiting River.

Arts & Entertainment

The ICA’s New Interactive Exhibit Is So Damn Cool

Swinging through its 600 suspended hoops is way harder than it looks.

Travel

Travel Deal: A Reward for Starting Holiday Shopping Early

A hotel in Portland is offering $30 credits to those who shop local this year.

Home & Property

On the Market: A Timeless Treasure in Truro

Oversized windows make this house a bright, sunny retreat.

Travel

Boston Traveler: Scottsdale, Arizona

Outdoor adventures, midcentury-modern architecture, and, yes, plenty of cacti await in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Home & Property

Boston and Cambridge Ranked as Cities with High Numbers of Homes Near Cemeteries

That means we also have a lot of ghosts, right?

Home & Property

Five Antique Open Houses in Salem to See This Weekend

They were built between 1860 and 1930.

Home & Property

On the Market: A Neatly Packaged Studio in Dorchester

This 607-square-foot unit sits inside a brick rowhouse in Savin Hill.

Home & Property

Five Outrageously Expensive Parking Spots You Can Buy Right Now

Care to fork over thousands of dollars for a few a square feet of pavement?

Home & Property

On the Market: A Midcentury Landmark in Lexington

It was dreamed up by principals of The Architects Collaborative.

Travel

Our Day Trip Guide to Portsmouth

Where you can explore antique houses and historical gardens.

Home & Property

On the Market: A Residence in the Round

This circular abode is set on a whopping 195 acres in Vermont.