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Scott Kearnan

Food + Entertainment Editor


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.

Arts & Entertainment

Give Our Regards to Broadway

The Colonial Theatre is one step closer to reclaiming Boston’s legacy as the first place to see tomorrow’s Broadway hits.

Boston skyline view from the Top of the Hub

Please Allow Me the Space to Mourn Top of the Hub, a Place I Rarely Went

Thank you for your support during this more-difficult-than-it-should-be time.

People saying "cheers" around a table at Tanam in Somerville

Top 15 New Restaurants in Boston 2019

From contemporary Cuban cuisine to inventive iterations of Italian dining, our very subjective list of the year’s rave-worthy newcomers.


Nine Bars and Restaurants to Find a Fierce Drag Brunch in Boston

Tuck away bacon and Bloody Marys while the city’s best queens put on a stellar show.


The Gorton’s Fisherman Is Also One of People Magazine’s Sexiest Men Alive

Queer Eye star Antoni Porowski is a new face for the Massachusetts seafood brand—and he talked to us about fish sticks, lobster rolls, and more.


Snow Day

Twenty-four ways to ski, sled, and sip your way through winter in New England.

chef cooking with flame

The Decade When Boston Dining Grew Up

The last 10 years have transformed our restaurant scene—and we’re just getting started.


Here’s Your First Look at the New Orleans-Inspired Menus at French Quarter

Get ready to eat all of the gumbo (and bourbon pecan pie) when the restaurant opens in Downtown Crossing this winter.


Can Guy Fieri Make It in Boston?

He just debuted a Mexican restaurant near TD Garden. Here’s why we shouldn’t get the knives out—yet.


Lizzo Is Now Embroiled in a Boston Lobster Roll-Related Lawsuit

She tweeted her delivery person “stole” her food, and now things are not good as hell.