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Home & Property

Either-Or: A Monochromatic Weston Home vs. a Colorful Salem Manse

Matthew Ortins/Lux Life Productions (Weston); Mike d’Amore/Remark Visions (Salem) 9 Newton Street, Weston Sale Price: $1,265,000 38 Chestnut Street, Salem $1,249,000 28 2,841 square feet […]

Style

L.L. Bean’s Fall Collection Has a Fresh Spin on the Classics

If you’re the type of purist who thinks the Bean boot couldn’t possibly be improved upon, consider turning the page now. But if you believe […]

Style

The Lust Lineup: Shine Bright

1. The ring: 18-karat-white-gold band with black rhodium finish and micro-pavé white diamonds, $8,600, Adamas Fine Jewelry. 2. The shoes: Clergerie “Paige” leather boots, $695, […]

City Life

Could There Be Buried Treasure underneath Boston?

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

Home & Property

This Brookline Sunroom Got a Facelift With Floor-To-Ceiling Glass

The Problem A family of four needed a dedicated office in their newly purchased stucco Colonial, but the best location for one—an unused sunroom off […]

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Wellness

The Dentist Will Screen You Now

Way back when, during the simpler days of December, I made a routine appointment for a teeth cleaning. It was the sort of thing I […]

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Wellness

The 2020 Top Dentists List Is Here

Let’s be honest: After months of quarantine baking, our pearly whites could all use a little extra TLC right now. But if you’ve recently moved […]

City Life

How Will Boston Cope if Trump Wins…Again?

With all due respect to FDR and the lives lost at Pearl Harbor, the day that will live in infamy, for me personally, is November […]

Style

Five Stylish Winter Coat Options to Improve Your Wardrobe for Cold Weather

FOR SKI GEAR Alps & Meters Tired of the usual ski-gear options? Consider something a little less RoboCop and a little more 1960s St. Moritz […]

Arts & Entertainment

The Interview: MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell

Is it any surprise that one of cable news’s most progressive prime-time stars calls Boston his hometown? After a career that’s included stints in Washington […]

Wellness

Ever Considered Joining a Polo Club? Now’s Your Chance

The year 2020 has brought many surprises, but if you’d asked me on New Year’s Eve if this was the year I would pick up […]

Travel

Travel Guide: Avoid the Crowds With an October Trip To Martha’s Vineyard

It used to be that the Tuesday after Labor Day, you could almost hear a sigh escape from all corners of Martha’s Vineyard as the […]

Wellness

Inside Boston’s Looming Mental Health Crisis

Read more about Boston’s mental health crisis If I asked how you are doing today, how would you answer? You might say “pretty well”—after all, […]

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Weddings

A Weymouth Couple Tied the Knot in the Most Adorable Backyard Bash

August 9, 2020 Private Residence Weymouth, Massachusetts THE STORY Although Ayla Axeloons and Roberta Bergstein lived just three blocks away from each other in Waltham, […]

City Life

How to Disrupt the Whiteness of Boston Philanthropy, One Dollar at a Time

Quincy Miller is no stranger to community service. The president of Eastern Bank has given his time and expertise to organizations that help kids become […]