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Q&A

Arts & Entertainment

“Java with Jimmy” Host Jimmy Hills on Success, Positivity, and Coffee

Longtime community activist James “Jimmy” Hills’s favorite color to wear on-air is red. “I’ve been around politics, and I know there’s a science to colors,” […]

Arts & Entertainment

Bestselling Author Sebastian Junger on PTSD, Mortality, and His Near-Death Experience in Truro

You might assume the scariest moment of Belmont native Sebastian Junger’s life happened while he was a war correspondent in Bosnia or Afghanistan. You’d be […]

Arts & Entertainment

The World’s Greatest Art Thief Is Alive and Well (And Still Casing the Joint)

If you don’t have a theory about who robbed the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, are you even really a Bostonian? Thirty-four years ago this month, […]

Weddings

Diamonds, by Design

Since 2016, Hannah Florman has been designing custom engagement rings and wedding bands that reflect each of her clients in a personal and intimate way. […]

City Life

The Interview: Biotech Leader and Alnylam CEO Yvonne Greenstreet

Wondering what Boston’s next miracle drug is going to be? There’s a good chance Yvonne Greenstreet will someday soon have the answer. As the CEO […]

Weddings

Ever Blooming

Since opening in 2007, Table & Tulip has been a beloved fixture in the South End, a hidden gem where locals can stop by for […]

Weddings

Behind the Lens: Wedding Photographer Cheryl Richards

Cheryl Richards started her career as a wedding photographer more than 25 years ago. Based in the Back Bay and Newport, Rhode Island, she’s one […]

City Life

Julian Edelman Made You a Drink

“I love and miss Boston to death,” Julian Edelman says. The Super Bowl LIII MVP is sitting at the Encore Boston Harbor in Everett, reflecting […]

City Life

The Interview: Legendary Philanthropist and Ad Man Jack Connors

To show his appreciation, Jack Connors, Jr. once took his former third-grade teacher to a Volvo dealership and bought her a car. But if you […]

Arts & Entertainment

The Tao of Celtics Owner Wyc Grousbeck

Wyc Grousbeck is frustrated. It’s been six months since his Celtics lost in the playoffs, failing to bring home championship No. 18, and like most […]

Arts & Entertainment

The Interview: Local TV Personality and “Meet Boston” Host Jenny Johnson

For the past two decades, Jenny Johnson has had every Boston gourmet’s dream job: Sample the top dishes from the tastiest local restaurants on TV […]

Arts & Entertainment

Co-Authors Tonya and Ben Mezrich Talk Children’s Books, UFOs, and Ellen Pompeo

When she’s not writing about the city’s coolest boutiques and tastemakers for this magazine, Boston style editor Tonya Mezrich is working with her husband, New York […]

City Life

No, Cybersecurity Expert Corey Thomas Will Not Tell You His Mother’s Maiden Name

If it were up to Corey Thomas, no one’s password would ever be “password.” After all, as the chairman and CEO of the local cybersecurity […]

City Life

The Interview: Black Economic Council of Massachusetts Head Nicole Obi

Armed with a pair of degrees from MIT’s Sloan School of Management, Nicole Obi burst onto Boston’s business scene as a serial entrepreneur, founding and […]

Arts & Entertainment

The Interview: Novelist Hank Phillippi Ryan

Hank Phillippi Ryan has a confession to make: She’s tried to get away with murder 14 times so far. Mind you, she’s not talking literally: […]