Yiqing Shao

Yiqing Shao, Digital Editor at Boston Magazine

Yiqing Shao has been an editor at Boston magazine since 2012. As the digital editor, she oversees all editorial operations and strategy of bostonmagazine.com and other web properties such as social media and e-newsletters. Yiqing double majored in journalism and English at Michigan State University and has a master's degree in publishing from Emerson College. She's trained in both editing and design, and cares (maybe too much) about hyphenation rules, aligning to the baseline, and proper nesting of HTML tags. She's pro-Helvetica and speaks passable Mandarin and Spanish.

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The Best Sledding Hills in Boston

Here are 21 tried-and-true urban slopes for sledding around town.

Best Public School Districts in Boston 2017

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Your Ultimate Guide to Summer

Work hard, play harder.

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The Boston Harbor Hotel’s Summer in the City Is Back

Free entertainment every Tuesday through Friday.

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The BPL’s Hosting Free Concerts in the Courtyard

And livestreaming them.

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Free Fun Fridays Are Back!

85 sites will offer free admission this summer.

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Here’s the City’s Free Summer Entertainment Lineup

See you on the bricks?

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Boston Calling Block Parties Start This Week

Music. Booze. Greenway.

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Free Concerts at the Hatch Shell, Anyone?

Another summer series announcement is here.

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The MFA’s Hosting Concerts in the Courtyard Again

So classy.

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Alan Cumming Is Coming

This and more in Celebrity Series’ new season announcement.

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Broadway in Boston Announces 2017-2018 Season

Friendly reminder: HAMILTON!

Best Places to Live 2017 – Condo Prices

Use our charts to see how much real estate costs in Greater Boston.

Best Places to Live 2017 – Single-Family Home Prices

Use our charts to see how much real estate costs in Greater Boston.

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The ICA’s Hosting Pay-What-You-Wish Admission on Inauguration Day

Subtle.