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Is Emerson College the Smartest Developer in Town?

I was walking along the Common earlier this month and caught myself pausing for a moment, blinking at the intersection of Tremont and Boylston and […]

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With 60 MPH Winds Approaching, Here Are the Towns Postponing Trick or Treating

This isn’t a trick, but it is a treat for any parents who weren’t too keen on the idea of holding umbrellas over their little […]

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Is Harvard Destroying Allston—or Saving It?

Stroll down Harvard Avenue in Allston on a Saturday night, and the immediate barrage of sights, sounds, and tastes makes clear you’ve entered Boston’s one […]

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The Battle for Eastie’s Soul

Traffic! Crime! Construction! There are a lot of ways to size up life in East Boston today. Maggie Simeone and her husband, Derek Edwards, are […]

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These Five Cities Around Boston Are Getting Big, Fast

Chelsea Number of new residents since 2010: 5,050 With a waterfront perch, reasonable prices—$336,000 for a condo in 2018—and expanded Silver Line bus service, Chelsea […]

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These 4 Place-Makers Are Transforming Boston’s Suburbs

Amy Chase Owner, the Haberdash Conventional wisdom is that suburban dwellers would rather hop in their Subaru and head for the nearest superstore than hoof […]

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An Injured Coyote Is Hanging Out in West Roxbury

Residents of West Roxbury should be careful to double check before petting any wandering dogs today. An injured coyote has been limping around the neighborhood […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Chinatown

From culture to politics to food, an in-depth look at Boston’s most dynamic—and fastest-changing—neighborhood.

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The Other Chinatowns

Malden When luxury developments began encroaching on Chinatown in the early aughts, many longtime residents pulled up stakes in favor of this more affordable town […]

Chinatown Tied Together By a Thousand Threads Mural in Phillips Square
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Murals, Massages and Mandarin: Chinatown Uncovered

What’s going on with all the colorful murals? Whether rendered in electric blue, bright red, or another color of the rainbow, the vibrant artworks adorning […]

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The Future of Chinatown

When Brian Moy was growing up in Chinatown, washing dishes and cleaning tables at his father’s restaurant, he remembers seeing lots of families in the […]

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Chinatown’s New Power Players

THE SUPPORTER Giles Li Executive director, Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center As the leader of the Boston area’s largest social services organization for Asian families, Li […]

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Boston Is Dead. Long Live Boston

As Old Boston is washed away, we’re left asking: Are we losing the best or the worst parts of being Bostonian?

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A Moveable “Parklet” Is Coming to Newbury Street This Summer

This summer, Newbury Street will sacrifice two parking spaces for a “parklet,” a pop-up array of stylish benches, tables, and greenery offering shoppers in the pedestrian-packed area a new place […]

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The MidTown Hotel Property Is Going on the Market

The MidTown Hotel doesn’t want to dazzle you. The old school Back Bay outpost harkens back to a more affordable, less flashy era of buildings […]