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Q&A: Why Aren’t the Arts As Big As Sports in Boston?

As anyone in the world knows, we’re a sports town in such a monomaniacal way that so often it seems to leave little room for arts […]


The Five Ambitious Proposals for a New MLK Memorial in Boston Common

A few things are certain about the memorial that will one day be erected in Boston Common: It will be big, bold, and ambitious, and […]

Home & Property

On the Market: A Cozy Seaport Loft

33 Sleeper Street #406, Boston Price: $1,325,000 Size: 1,602 square feet Bedrooms: 1 Baths: 2 Some of the shiny new lofts being carved out of buildings in the Seaport […]


Why Are Boston’s Sports More Important Than Our Arts?

In the City of Champions, culture is sliding into last place. Here’s what we need to do to make a comeback.


The Interview: Hotel Developer Robin Brown

Boston’s most recognizable hotelier is opening a hip boutique spot in…Allston? If anyone can convince high rollers to stay in a once-grungy college neighborhood, it’s this guy.


Obsessions: Tatte Founder Tzurit Or

Tatte founder Tzurit Or shares the seven things she can’t live without.


Impulse Buy: Cloak and Dagger

Just in time for sweater weather, the always-flattering cape makes a comeback.

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Ask the Editor: Does Boston Have Any Bottomless Brunches?

Welcome to Ask the Editor, Boston magazine’s dining advice column. Need a restaurant recommendation? Ask a pro. Question: Transplanted from Miami Beach last year. Sunday […]


After a Recount, Lori Trahan Has Narrowly Won the Third District Primary

Well, that settles it. After a recount, Westford’s Lori Trahan has officially won in Massachusetts’ Third District’s Democratic primary, besting former Marty Walsh Chief of Staff […]

Arts & Entertainment

10 Events for History Buffs to Check Out This Fall

ICA Feature Tour: We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965-85 At the end of September, the Institute of Contemporary Art is hosting a series […]

Actress Mia Kunis is kissed by actors dressed in drag during a parade for Kunis in Cambridge, Thursday, Jan. 25, 2018. Kunis was honored as "Woman of the Year" by the Hasty Pudding Theatricals at Harvard University.

Hasty Pudding Just Cast Women for the First Time Ever

Hasty Pudding Theatricals, the legendary Harvard troupe that has been male-only for nearly 200 years, made history Sunday night announce its first co-ed cast. After its auditions […]

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14 Healthy Things to Do This Week in Boston

Monday Autumn Wellness Retreat: Sneak a preview of Athleta’s new fall line before diving into an all levels yoga class at the Hatch Fenway Space overlooking […]


Someone Called the Police on a Black UMass Amherst Employee for No Reason

In what he believes is yet another case of unnecessary calls to police to racial profiling, a longtime UMass Amherst employee says he was confronted […]


In Defense of the Kick Scooter

There’s an awful lot of talk about scooters in Boston these days. The wrong kind. Pretty much out of nowhere, dockless e-scooters have swept the nation, popping […]

Home & Property

On the Market: A Stunning Brick Rowhouse in Chelsea

12 Medford Street, Chelsea Price: $600,000 Size: 1,808 square feet Bedrooms: 3 Baths: 1.5 We may never see the day when you can snag a brick rowhouse in […]