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Life & Style

What’s the Future of Boston’s Retail Storefronts?

It was early March BC (Before COVID-19) when I found myself with the sudden urge to buy a certain Bottega Veneta square-toe pump that had […]

Home & Property

Digs Design Company Turned This Dark Bedroom Into a Soothing Purple Oasis

The Problem Seeking a relaxing retreat for their DC-based family, a pair of Brown University alums were thrilled to snag a shingle-style manse along the […]

Home & Property

Either-Or: A Sophisticated Wellesley Manse vs. an Airy Cambridge Victorian

Sam Gray Photography (Wellesley); Michael J. Lee (Cambridge) 150 Pond Road, Wellesley Sale Price: $2,900,000 44 Avon Hill Street, Cambridge $2,995,000 54 7,741 square feet […]

Restaurants

Fill Your Pantry With Local Produce This Summer With These Five CSA Boxes

From grass-fed beef to bouquets, these CSA memberships celebrate the best of New England’s bounty—and most will deliver straight to your door. For Convenience Farmer […]

Style

The Lust Lineup: Wear It With Pride

1. The shirt: “Flounce” sleeveless top, $325, Frame.   2. The midi: “Arden” crêpe skirt, $440, Alice and Olivia. 3. The cuffs: “Manchette Collier De Chien” […]

Style

Seven Ways to Hit Refresh on Your Pandemic Look

1. Get Thyself a Stylish (and Functional) Mask. It’s official: Face coverings are the new must-have summer accessory. But if an old T-shirt or bandana […]

City Life

The Interview: “Security Mom” and CNN Analyst Juliette Kayyem Knows Best

The first thing you notice about Juliette Kayyem is her distinctive voice: authoritative, assertive, but always reassuring. It’s the sound of a well-informed friend, or, […]

Travel

Travel Guide: Find Sun, Surf, and History in Narragansett This Summer

It’s easy to see why ’Gansett, as the regulars call it, is one of New England’s more popular beach towns: The laid-back sibling of tony […]

City Life

On the Waterfront: An Oral History of the Seaport

A largely uninhabitable industrial zone built on landfill during the 1850s, the Seaport spent most of the 20th century as a vast wasteland of parking […]

City Life

The Last Days of Whitey Bulger 

It’s never news when an aging retiree leaves the cold confines of Boston for the dry, warm climate of Arizona, but Whitey Bulger was no […]

Arts & Entertainment

What Aspects of a Normal New England Summer Will You Miss the Most?

Welcome to “One Last Question,” a series where research editor Matthew Reed Baker tackles your most Bostonian conundrums. Have a question? Email him at onelastquestion@bostonmagazine.com. Question: […]

Wellness

How to Cope With Common Stressors During the COVID-19 Crisis

THE PROBLEM: I’m still feeling anxious about the uncertainty of, well, just about everything. How to cope: To manage and reduce frayed nerves, Lisa Lewis, […]

Travel

Explore Quirky Landmarks and Trails Full of Wildlife on a Lincoln and Concord Day Trip

Approximate Drive Time From Boston: 30 minutes HIKE Hapgood Wright Town Forest, Concord Discover the “Peaceful Easy Feeling” that inspired Eagles musician (and noted conservationist) […]

Travel

How to Experience a Cape Cod Summer in One Day Trip

Approximate Drive Time From Boston: 1.2 to 2 hours HIKE Cliff Pond Trail, Brewster Hiking around this 206-acre, crystal-clear kettle pond in the middle of […]

Travel

Spend a Day Hiking, Picnicking, and Stargazing on a Central Massachusetts Day Trip

Approximate Drive Time From Boston: 50 minutes HIKE Crow Hills, Westminster This stunning hike in Leominster State Forest feels worlds away, yet is only a […]