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City Life

An Open Letter to LeBron James

Dear LeBron James, The words came right out of your mouth, and I knew they’d echo across Boston. It was back in July when you […]

City Life

Jon Keller’s Nine Big, Shiny, Happy Ideas for the New Governor

It’s been called “the best movie yet done about politics,” and 50 years after its release, one line from The Candidate still resonates. A political […]


These Boots are Made for Gawkin’

In the winter of 2020, shoe designer Thom Solo was riding high. He’d just completed his latest editorial collection, had a deep A-list clientele vying […]


Escape to Maui

Close your eyes, and you are practically there…the cascading waterfalls, the black-sand beaches, the unforgettable sunsets, the verdant hills in the distance. Maui is a […]


November Means Movember

Professional Beard Grooming What are the most popular ’stache styles in the city these days? Peter Solomon, owner of Tweed Barbers of Boston, says 2022 […]

Home & Property

A Reimagined Private Roof Deck

The Problem A two-story condo in a Back Bay brownstone had a highly coveted private roof deck, accessed by a head house in the center. […]

City Life

The New Race to Rule the Automile

Chris Chase was excited. Early last year, the Boston construction manager spied an email in his inbox from someone at Herb Chambers Ford of Braintree […]

Home & Property

A Two-Story Roxbury Condo vs. A Charming Cape in Norwell 

Though some have proclaimed open-concept design over, there’s no question that the trend remains popular among home shoppers. For proof, look no further than these […]


Sleek Boots, and Five More Things on Chuck Bass’s Fall Must List

1. The Boots “Chelsea boots have been around for almost two centuries and have a timeless shape and design. I find this Saint Laurent pair […]

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COVID Diary: Finding Solace in the Little Things

By July 2020, COVID-19 was already entrenched in Massachusetts. It dominated the airwaves and the newspapers. And for most of us, it dominated our lives. […]