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Queer Eye’s Jonathan Van Ness Is Coming to the Museum of Science

Jonathan Van Ness, breakout star of the hit Netflix show Queer Eye, will record an episode of his podcast at Boston’s Museum of Science in […]

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Michael Che Made another Boston Joke, This Time at the Emmys

Michael Che, co-host of Saturday Night Live‘s “Weekend Update,” shined a spotlight on race in Boston once again, this time with a joke at the […]

Chef Tatiana Rosana at Outlook Kitchen and Bar at the Envoy Hotel
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After Chopped Win, Chef Tatiana Rosana’s TV Career is Heating Up

The Boston dining scene boasts another Chopped champion. Outlook Kitchen and Bar chef Tatiana Rosana earned the title during her television debut on Tuesday, besting […]

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A New Daily Show Segment Takes a Look at Boston’s Racist Reputation

How racist is Boston? The Daily Show sent a correspondent here to find out, and he stopped by Fenway Park and the Boston Globe to get to […]

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You Can Audition for MasterChef in Boston This Fall

If you’ve spent this summer identifying vegetables at your local farm stand, practicing your knife skills, or otherwise perfecting your favorite recipes, here is an […]

Julia Child, with shellfish, on an episode of "The French Chef"
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Stream Episodes of Julia Child’s The French Chef Courtesy of WGBH

Rainy August weekend plans: binge-watch vintage episodes of The French Chef, and maybe embark on an epic cooking adventure, to pregame what would be Julia […]

Chef Douglass Williams and his sons, Raffa and Lev, eat a super-sized bowl of pasta at Mida
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Mida Chef Douglass Williams Competes on Iron Chef America

A parent’s first Father’s Day is always likely to be memorable, but for Douglass Williams, it will be especially so. The chef and owner of […]

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The Cheers Conspiracy

Before there was the place where everybody knows your name, there was the eerily similar Park St. Under. Was it the basis for the most famous TV show about Boston ever made?

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Frankie Shaw Responds to City Councilor Ed Flynn’s SMILF Criticisms

Well, that was fast. A Boston City Councilor’s criticism of posters for the Showtime TV show SMILF erupted into a controversy that reached out into a few parts of […]

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Three Boston Chefs to Appear on Iron Chef Showdown

The newest incarnation of the popular Iron Chef culinary competition show will feature some familiar faces. Matthew Jennings of Townsman, Top Chef winner Kristen Kish, […]

Employees meet and test recipes in the library at America's Test Kitchen in Brookline Village
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A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Why America’s Test Kitchen Is Moving

During a recent tour of the soon-to-be-former America’s Test Kitchen headquarters in Brookline, test kitchen manager Meri Lippard offered to show me the control room. “Sure,” […]

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MasterChef Finale Was Anyone’s Game

As Red Sox ace Chris Sale was vying for his 300th strikeout this season, Newton’s Jason Wang was cooking his heart out on MasterChef on […]

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Meet the Newton Music Teacher Who Might Win MasterChef Tonight

Do not underestimate the power of garnish. Careful plating, in part, has helped Jason Wang rise to the top 3 on this season of the Fox show […]

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A Treasure Trove of Game of Thrones Stuff Is Coming to Boston

As Game of Thrones fans around the world brace for the show’s highly anticipated season finale Sunday night, an ongoing GoT “takeover” on Boylston Street is about to […]

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“Adult Swim on the Green” Is Coming to Waltham

Adult Swim swung through Boston once already this summer, when a giant van shaped like Rick from Rick and Morty parked itself on the Greenway and […]