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Home & Property

Let There Be Space

With the addition of bright accents and cabinets galore, this 19th-century Beacon Hill townhouse becomes the perfect place for a modern family.

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Home & Property

Spring Fling

Chef Michael Scelfo shares his secrets for the ultimate al fresco dinner party. Check out six recipes—from crostini to cocktails.

Fare and Square
City Life

Fare and Square

The smartphone attachment Square could mean peace between Boston’s cabbies and their riders—so, of course, it’s not allowed.

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Home & Property

Living Large: Milton Calling

This 1920s Georgian mansion in Milton is 12,169 square feet and boasts a sexy kitchen, two living rooms, an exquisite oval staircase, and formal gardens.

slade index
Home & Property

The Slade Index: March 2013

What’s hot and not in Boston home design, from home bars and oyster plates to birch fireplace logs and brown all around.


Sharp Relief

Acupuncture is going mainstream in Massachusetts, and a new bill, if passed, would require health insurers to cover acupuncture for pain management, PTSD, nausea, and more.

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The Future of Breast Implants

Read about fat grafting, a promising new procedure of making natural breast implants versus synthetic saline or silocone breast implants.

City Life

Best Places to Live 2013: The Boom Is Back!

Boston’s real estate market is sizzling again—and with inventory scarce and interest rates at historic lows, it’s a safe bet that things are only going to get hotter. But even in a seller’s game, savvy buyers can score. Here, our market cheat sheet and picks for where to buy, whether you’re starting out, moving up, or going huge.


In Bloom

Bold, bright floral prints are the thing for spring. Check out photos of this season’s latest fashion and style trends.

City Life

Scott Lively: The Crusader

After an incendiary 2009 visit to Uganda during which he urged leaders to fight the “gay agenda,” Scott Lively is now being sued for persecution—a crime against humanity. So what’s next for the Springfield pastor? He’s exploring a run for governor, of course.