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June Bug Opens in Somerville with Wood-Fired Pizza and “Fun”

When talking to Andrew Brady and Sara Markey about their new restaurant, June Bug, which opened last month in Somerville’s Union Square, one word comes […]

City Life

Why I Did the Charles Stuart HBO Doc

Murder in Boston: Roots, Rampage & Reckoning is a three-part HBO original documentary series exploring Boston’s history of race-based hostilities against the backdrop of the […]

City Life

Meet the Four Investors Bringing Women’s Soccer to Boston (Again)

No matter how many times we try, or how much we love our hometown teams, Boston has seldom been able to expand its professional sports […]

Home & Property

Musician Ray LaMontagne’s $4.5 Million Western Mass. Estate Sets Sale Record

Consisting of Hampden, Hampshire and Franklin Counties, historic Pioneer Valley is known first and foremost for its beautiful landscape. The Western Massachusetts’ area is also […]

Overhead view of five different pizzas, each on its own metal tray.

New Haven Icon Sally’s Apizza Arrives in Greater Boston

One of New Haven’s biggest names in apizza—no, that’s not a typo; it’s a regional pizza style—opens its first location outside of Connecticut this week. […]

A tamale is smothered in a yellow cream sauce and accompanied by a pink cocktail.

Sabina, Boston’s First Mezcaleria, Opens on Newbury Street

Boston has no shortage of self-described tequila bars, but far fewer local spots showcase the broader category of mezcal—and none, really, to the extent that […]

Home & Property

Here’s the Most Expensive Home Ever Sold in the Berkshires

The Berkshires is an area synonymous with the arts and history, so it comes as no surprise that that those two industries seamlessly merged in […]

Home & Property

It’s Always Wine O’Clock in This Bay Village Townhouse

The Problem The homeowners of this compact Bay Village townhouse are wine collectors who enjoy hosting family-style dinner parties. Yet with the main level just […]

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A Woman-Owned Brewery and Taproom Comes to Jamaica Plain

In the parlance of professions like civil engineering, a “tiger team” is a supergroup of multidisciplinary experts brought together to solve big problems. Liz Nicol, […]

Home & Property

On the Market: A Gated Needham Manse with a Medieval Barroom

32 Parkman Way, Needham Price: $5,950,000 Size: 9,900 square feet Bedrooms: 7 Bathrooms: 6 (full), 3 (half) If you had your choice of optimal amenities […]

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Blue Ribbon Brasserie, a New York City Mainstay, Lands in Boston

When brothers Bruce and Eric Bromberg were about to open Blue Ribbon Brasserie in New York City’s SoHo neighborhood in 1992, they were so busy […]

Home & Property

This Is the Second-Most Expensive Home for Sale on Cape Cod

807 Sea View Ave., Osterville Price: $15,995,000 Size: 4,254 square feet Bedrooms: 6 Bathrooms: 5 (full), 1 (partial) When we talk about luxurious Cape Cod […]

Life & Style

How Local Painter Lauren Zavala Turns Designer Bags into Fine Art

Lauren Zavala never intended painting clothing and accessories to be anything more than a hobby. In 2016, she was completing her master’s degree in London […]


Visit the 21 Boston-Area Restaurants Featured on Guy Fieri’s Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives

Everyone’s favorite frosted-tipped chef and television host Guy Fieri has spent nearly 40 seasons visiting restaurants around the country on his hit Food Network show […]

City Life

Our Top Lawyers List Is Here

If you’re like most people, you don’t think too much about lawyers—until you need one. And given the overwhelming number of attorneys in Greater Boston, […]