Arts & Entertainment

Everything You’ve Read About Harvard’s Winklevoss Twins Is Wrong

I’ve always believed that if the Winklevoss twins didn’t exist in real life, Hollywood would have invented them. As portrayed nearly a decade ago in […]


The Interview: Historian David McCullough

There’s no such thing as boring history, only boring historians. At least that’s how David McCullough, America’s liveliest historian, sees it. As a yarn-spinner, he’s reintroduced […]

Home & Property

Five Art and Design Books to Add to Your Spring Reading List

1. Interiors: Inside the American Home, introduction by Marc Kristal A house is not a home without handcrafted furniture, custom finishes, and perhaps a few […]

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Home & Property

Five Art and Design Books for Your Winter Reading List

Flora-forward interiors, covetable Scandinavian design, and stunning libraries from around the globe.

Arts & Entertainment

When KISS Played Disco and the Rat Rocked: Travel Back in Time with Buy Me, Boston

Set against a background of Brutalist concrete and smoke-stained barrooms, the classic 1973 Boston crime thriller The Friends of Eddie Coyle reveals a city that’s […]


Here’s a First Look at the Mei Mei Cookbook, Coming Winter 2019

Fall temperatures are floating in but the garden still yields a summertime bounty—what better time to make some late-summer comfort food? Lucky, then, that Brookline […]

Home & Property

Five Gorgeous Art and Design Books to Read This Fall

Timeless: Classic American Architecture for Contemporary Living, by Patrick Ahearn From a 17th-century blacksmith’s shop to his own Wellesley Farms cottage, local architect Patrick Ahearn […]

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Seven Beach Reads by (and for) New Englanders

‘Tis the season in New England—beach season, that is. You’ve packed the Polar seltzers in your Lilly Pulitzer cooler, slipped on your Jack Rogers sandals, […]

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When Van Morrison Bunkered Down in Boston: A Conversation with Author Ryan Walsh

In 2015, Boston magazine published an entrancing, nostalgic feature called “Astral Sojourn,” in which author Ryan H. Walsh wrote about a long-neglected moment in rock history. […]

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A Couple Portland Favorites Are Working on Cookbooks

Even though it’s less than two hours away, we can never get enough of Portland, Maine. Later this year, a new book will bring some […]

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Ben and Tonya Mezrich Release New Children’s Book

Ben Mezrich’s latest publication is a little bit more of a team effort than past books. This time, the Boston-based author, best-known for books such […]


Gail Simmons’ Book Tour Is Coming to Boston

Top Chef judge Gail Simmons has traveled the world, not just for the 15 seasons of the Bravo TV show (the newest, in Denver, premieres […]

Paul and Julia Child, Marseille, 1950

This New Photo Book Is a “Visual Extension” of Julia Child’s Memoir

How Julia Child spent the 1950s in Europe is well-documented—she published Mastering the Art of French Cooking right after that time, for one, and her […]

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Read This Book Before You Order Another Boring Mixed Drink

It wasn’t at a bar, over Manhattans, where the authors of the Drink Like a Bartender solidified their book idea. Instead, it was in somebody’s […]

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Boston Book Festival Announces List of 2017 Presenters

Sure, it’s 75 degrees out and humid as heck, but that doesn’t mean it’s too early to start thinking about one of autumn’s best events: […]