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.

Arts & Entertainment

Meet Two of Alvin Ailey’s Boston-Bred Dancers

Find out what it takes to make it into one of the world’s best dance theaters.

City Life

Five Takeaways from Elizabeth Warren’s Talk

‘The game is rigged,’ and she’s fighting back.

City Life

John Kerry, Koch Brothers, More Make Time 100

See who else with Mass. ties are on the list.

City Life

Boston Marathon 2014 Winners

This year’s race results include multiple Americans, repeat winners, and course records.

Arts & Entertainment

EarthFest 2014 Lineup Announced

Neon Trees will headline Radio 92.9’s annual free concert at the Hatch Shell.

Arts & Entertainment

Cultural Institutions to Host Special Events for Marathon

All in collaboration to make the city feel better.

Arts & Entertainment

Books About the Boston Marathon Bombings

Keep the tissue box nearby.

Arts & Entertainment

‘Dear Boston’ Marathon Memorial Opens at BPL

Boxes of tissues provided.

Arts & Entertainment

Concert Will Honor Firefighters Killed in Back Bay Fire

Proceeds will benefit the families of Edward Walsh and Michael Kennedy.

Arts & Entertainment

Elizabeth Warren to Discuss New Memoir in Cambridge

It’s called ‘A Fighting Chance.’

Arts & Entertainment

Jeff Bauman to Sign Copies of New Book at the Pru

His memoir comes out April 8.

Arts & Entertainment

Legoland Unveils Replica of BPL

It’s now on view (where else?) at the library.

Arts & Entertainment

The Gardner Museum Gets Google Mapped

Now anyone around the world can tour the museum, Street View–style.

Arts & Entertainment

Harvard Art Museums Scheduled to Reopen This Fall

Six years and $350 million later.

Best Places to Live 2014 – Single-Family Home Prices

Use our chart to see how much real estate costs around town.