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Anatomy of a Pet Rescue
A new furry friend may seem like the perfect antidote to these isolating times. But how, exactly, your new cat or dog makes it to your door might surprise you.
How to Find Mental Health Care in Boston: An Essential Guide
Don’t hesitate to reach out for help.
Paved and Confused
Our city planners have steamrolled over communities and failed to build a city that is livable for us all. Is there still a chance to get it right?
Sex, Lies, and Surveillance Tape
A year and a half after Rockland’s #MeToo scandal broke, it’s still not clear who was the real victim.
The inside story of death, survival, and the reckless gas company that set the Merrimack Valley on fire.
Scenes From a Mall
Local retailers are fighting back against the rise of e-commerce—by selling you something you can’t get anywhere else.
The Conversion of Bob Rivers
Eastern Bank’s chairman and CEO wants to make sure the city’s next generation of leaders don’t look anything like him.
A couple transforms a 19th-century Beacon Hill townhouse into a contemporary masterpiece.
In the hush of the off-season, a midcentury modern Nathaniel Saltonstall home, updated by Hammer Architects, is the perfect backdrop for winter’s cozy cardigans and edgy accessories.
Draw inspiration from these stylish local celebrations.
May 19, 2012, Mass MoCA, North Adams, Massachusetts.
What’s hot in culinary design these days? Soapstone, butler’s pantries, and, of course, plenty of counter space. Explore five thoughtfully crafted kitchens that will no doubt inspire your own renovation…and get you cooking.
Folk-art details and complementary hues create an inviting culinary setting in Cambridge.
Created for a young couple that loves to entertain, this vacation home in Kennebunk boasts a generous kitchen with exquisite millwork.
A slick addition featuring Italian cabinetry works surprisingly well in this 19th-century Duxbury home.