Scott Kearnan

Food + Entertainment Editor


Cooking Live (at Home) with Juan Pedrosa of Lolita Cocina & Tequila Bar

Hungry? Good. Boston Magazine Events has kicked off a series of promotional demos starring the city’s best chefs.

City Life

Hey, Bostonians: Stop Screaming at Strangers

COVID-19 has everyone on edge. But we can practice social distancing while still treating each other like neighbors.

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What It’s Like to Be a Therapist in Boston during COVID-19

Dr. Monica O’Neal, the Boston-based cast member of a new Bravo reality show, explains how she’s caring for patients—and herself.


Malt Madness 2020: The Final Face-Off

Two contenders remain. Take a virtual beer crawl and vote for the best brewery in New England.


Could This Be the Bill That Saves Massachusetts Restaurants?

State Senator Jamie Eldridge has filed an action to make insurance companies pay for coronavirus closures. It could be a "game changer."


The Greatest Service Boston Restaurants Ever Offered Was to Stop Serving Us

They had everything to lose, but still closed dining rooms without a fight. The hospitality industry saved lives, and now they need us to save theirs.


Boston Restaurants During Coronavirus: Chinatown Delivers, Pizza and Cocktail Kits, and More

Your daily update on unique delivery deals, fundraisers, and other ways the industry is dealing with COVID-19.


My Life in the Age of COVID: Award-Winning Restaurateur Joanne Chang

Everyone’s adapting—or trying to, anyway.


Chefs React as All Massachusetts Restaurants Close Their Dining Rooms Due to Coronavirus

On-site consumption is banned until April 6, and emotions run from "destroyed" to "relieved."

City Life

It’s Reigning Queens

Sashay your way to a glittery good time this spring: The business of drag is booming in Boston.


Il Maestro Restaurant Will Bring "Artisanal" Italian Cuisine to Beacon Hill

Award-winning chef Ron Suhanosky will also turn his current Chestnut Hill restaurant, Chef Ronsky’s, into a wine shop.

City Life

Why Boston Is Getting Too Bright

Development is flooding once-dark skies with light pollution, and turning Boston into the city that doesn’t sleep well.

City Life

Is the BSO Ready for a New Tune?

With its longtime president stepping down, the orchestra has an opportunity to step up its act.

Arts & Entertainment

Romance in Bloom

Looking for love in Boston? From perfect restaurants for a rendezvous to swoon-worthy date ideas, here are 20 ways to meet—and keep—your match.


Changing Tides

It’s a new year and a new Pier 4.