Yes, she also writes for Boston Magazine. No, she didn't lobby to be Best. But she is. So there.
And getting Martin Clark to spill his guts about the Boston College basketball program looks a lot better in retrospect.
The Boston Globe's been trying to replace him for years. This winter they gave up and simply recycled some of his old columns.
The prettiest pastries, bar none. But the ones at Will-Yums, 314 Shawmtu Avenue, Boston, are more soul-satisfying. 57R Union St., Newton Center, MA .
No question. The No-Name Restaurant on the Fish Pier in Boston. The ideal combination of little chowder and lots of clams. Fish Pier, Boston, MA .
The food is competent and the drinks are agreeably strong, but the Tavern's complimentary view of the Boston skyline is the real eye-opener. One Eighth St., Charlestown, MA 2129, .
The ice-cream sandwiches at Boston College basketball games.
Regional filmmaking is alive and well and flourishing in Boston.
The Boston Shakespeare Company brought Linda Hunt to the Hub.
The Boston Ballet has found the right place this time. 106 Boylston St., Boston, MA .
We wish they'd move to Boston. The Massachusetts College of Art, .
Dionne Warwick entertained as creatively as she networked, bringing Sinatra and Hamlisch to Boston.
Keeping alive the tradition of Boston as a town to break major foreign films. 20 Blandford St., Boston, MA .
Another tie-Boston College's Jack Bicknell and Gary Williams, and Harvard's Bill Cleary.
The Boston College football player is postponing his entry into the clergy to play in the National Football League.