Home & Property

Welcome Home: 3 Westover Drive

Photo Credit: Corinna Spinale Price: $1,899,900 Size: 30,000 square foot property, 5,015 square foot home Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 2 full, 1 half This home will […]


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  1. Kale, Spinach, and Pear Smoothie Recipe via Joy the Baker Kale and spinach blend up perfectly together in a smoothie. This smoothie, packed […]

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A New Lyme Disease Center is Open at Newport Hospital

A new Lyme disease treatment center is now open at Newport Hospital in Rhode Island, giving New Englanders another way to combat the enigmatic disease. […]


21 Amazing New England Waterfalls to Visit Now

Sorry, TLC, you may be the greatest girl group ever, but our mission this month is to go chase some waterfalls. Fortunately, we don’t need […]

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Taco Party and Sabertooth Bakery Are Opening an All-Vegan Restaurant in Somerville

The days of “vegan food” being a euphemism for “sad salad” are officially over. The latest proof? Taco Party, known for its vegan taco truck, […]

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Owner: Saddleback Mountain Needs a New Chairlift or It Will Close

A popular northern Maine ski destination announced this week that they need a new chairlift or they will not open this winter. The family owned […]


Clover Food Lab Is Finally Opening Its Newbury Street Location

UPDATED, March 21, 11:20 a.m.: After announcing this summer that its Newbury Street truck would open imminently, the Back Bay branch is finally plugged in and […]

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Fly from Boston to Paris or Amsterdam for $99 Starting in October

WOW Air, the same ultra-low-cost airline that brought you from Boston to Iceland for just $99, will soon offer trips from Logan Airport to Paris and […]

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One of the Rarest Lobsters in the World Was Found in Maine Waters

Consider the rare split-colored lobster: unusual catch turns up in Maine http://t.co/R3JsumvS3p — Guardian US (@GuardianUS) July 7, 2015 New England has become a hotbed […]

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The Charles River Is Strangely Frozen

As snowflakes fell on Boston this morning, consider that the Charles River is not just frozen over, it is historically frozen over. This week, the […]

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Just How Unlikely Are You to Get Hit By Lightning?

We use the odds of getting struck by lightning as a benchmark by which to measure other unlikely events, so obviously, it’s a pretty rare […]

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Another Polar Vortex Is Coming for Us, Apparently

Good news! The polar vortex, an occasionally misnamed phenomenon that became synonymous with horrifyingly low temperatures across much of the United States last month, was […]

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Snow Kidding: Winter Storm Craziness Continues

Update: Residents don’t have to stay in during the snowstorm (it has already started to come down in some areas), but Governor Deval Patrick would […]

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Yes, It’s Still Winter

Last time we peered through our blinds and looked outside, it was still winter in New England, which means more snow is on the way. […]

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Throwback Thursday: A Winter Storm Worth Missing Work For

Contrast this recent snowstorm with that from another February 6 in Boston. This morning, the Globe describes yesterday’s surprisingly empty streets and sparse workplaces. All […]