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Home & Property

Covet: Aratani Fay’s Sculptural Chair

Currently on display at interior architect Amanda Pratt’s new gallery and retail space, Salon, this sculptural chair is so cushy you could spend a day […]

Home & Property

Spaces: Reinventing the Wheel

The Problem Two auto enthusiasts relocated their family from Maryland to a Colonial home in Wellesley, but lacked the room to house their fleet of […]

Life & Style

Five Boston Nail Salons to Check Out Right Now

FOR FREESTYLE ART Karen Pham Karen Pham had no idea that the oil paints her dad bought her when she was 11 would pave the […]

News

A Conversation with Robert Earl, the New Owner of Bertucci’s

Robert Earl leads a charmed life. When we spoke recently, the salt-and-pepper-haired restaurateur was perched in a hotel room overlooking the Acropolis in Athens, Greece. […]

News

The Bully of Boylston Street

Walter Lewis needed a new pair of Ferragamo loafers, and like nearly all Bostonians, he knew exactly where to go: the Tannery, at the corner […]

Restaurants

Obsessions: Teodora Bakardzhieva and Jairo Dominguez of Bar Mercato

Just in time for the opening of their new globally inspired restaurant, Bar Mercato, married couple Teodora Bakardzhieva and Jairo Dominguez share their favorite international […]

Restaurants

Tiffani Faison Has Nothing to Apologize For

The first time I met Tiffani Faison, I found her totally intimidating. Granted, I was a green, twentysomething editor and she was a TV celebrity. […]

Home & Property

Either-Or: A Modern Masterpiece in Wayland vs. a South End Penthouse

Photos courtesy of Coldwell Banker/Roberta Orlandino (Wayland); Robb Silva/William Raveis (Boston) 87 Lincoln Road, Wayland Sale Price: $2,000,000 203 West Newton Street, #2, Boston $2,380,000 […]

Travel

Boston Traveler: The White Mountains

GETTING THERE The fastest route is a three-hour drive up I-93, but if you’re in the mood for a road trip, hop on I-89 and […]

News

Was the Frog Pond Ever an Actual Frog Pond?

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. […]

Home & Property

The Six Tallest Real Estate Developments Shaping Boston

1. One Dalton One Dalton St., Boston Cost: $750 million Stories tall: 61 Residential units: 180 (plus 215 rooms in the Four Seasons Hotel) Architects: Cambridge […]

Restaurants

Craigie on Main to Debut a Juicy New Concept

To celebrate Craigie on Main’s 10th birthday, James Beard Award-winning chef Tony Maws is gifting us a juicy new concept: COMB (Craigie on Main Bar), […]

News

The New Insiders of Boston Politics

In early October, when 55 young black professionals from 33 states arrived in Boston for a special NAACP “NextGen” leadership conference, City Hall wanted to […]

Arts & Entertainment

Seven Can’t-Miss Events in Boston, January 2019

Seven can’t-miss things to do and see in January.

Wellness

Five Local Boxing Gyms for Mastering Your One-Two Punch

Sign up for a class at one of these local boxing gyms and you’ll be swinging left hooks in no time.