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Indulge Your Taste for the Macabre on a Tour of Abandoned Medical Facilities

Abandoned healthcare facilities—from dingy asylums to halogen-lit hospitals with endless hallways—hold a place of honor in horror movies. And since your Netflix queue of spine-tinglers […]

Home & Property

On the Market: A Sparkling Single-Family in Somerville

124 Heath St., Somerville Price: $1,995,000 Size: 3,500 square feet Bedrooms: 4 Baths: 4.5 If a clean slate is what you’re looking for in a […]

Restaurants

Nine Pumpkin Spice-Inspired Plates to Try Around Boston

The problem: You secretly love pumpkin spice-flavored stuff, but you’ve already made too many jokes about PSL-toting #basics to be Instagrammed sipping a seasonal latte […]

City Life

How a “Dunkies”-Toting Early Voter at Fenway Became an Instant Boston Star

Laura Eastaugh knew exactly what she was doing when she marched up to Fenway Park on Saturday, the first day of early voting at the […]

Home & Property

On the Market: A Super-Swanky Apartment at One Dalton in Back Bay

1 Dalton St., Unit 2803, Boston Price: $4,995,000 Size: 2,226 square feet Bedrooms: 2 Baths: 2.5 If we’re talking luxury urban living, it doesn’t get […]

Life & Style

Photos: An Emerald Evening In

The Emerald Necklace Conservancy held its first-ever virtual fundraiser, An Emerald Evening In, on Wednesday, October 14. More than 100 guests tuned in to celebrate […]

Travel

Drive around Massachusetts to Find These Five Idyllic Covered Bridges

We’ve all perfected the art of the aimless drive this year, but if you’re looking for a bit of direction for your weekend leaf-peeping, it […]

City Life

7 News Anchor Alaina Pinto Says She Was Fired for Appearing in Hubie Halloween

If there’s one thing Massachusetts movie buffs love, it’s spotting all the local references and familiar locales that show up in the countless films based […]

Arts & Entertainment

Why Are So Many Scary Movies Set in New England?

As an avowed aficionado of horror films, I get a lot of interesting questions (and, sometimes, interesting looks) from friends. A few come up more […]

City Life

Boston Is Among the Nation’s “Rattiest Cities,” and It’s Only Getting Rattier

One of the odder and least welcome side effects of the dramatic changes we’ve made to life in the COVID era has been Boston’s rat […]

Home & Property

On the Market: An Antique Castle in Newport

97 Ruggles Ave., Newport, RI Price: $3,325,000 Size: 7,879 square feet Bedrooms: 5 Baths: 8 You won’t find battlements or shiny suits of armor on […]

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Home & Property

With Evictions Slated to Restart, Questions Fly about Baker’s New Plan

Things are not looking good here in Massachusetts: COVID-19 cases are ticking up, state unemployment is the highest it’s been since the 1970s, winter is […]

Restaurants

Look Inside Atlántico, Michael Serpa’s Buzzy New Seafood Restaurant Opening This Week

It’s a tough time to run a restaurant, never mind open a new one. But on Thursday, chef Michael Serpa, whose Select Oyster Bar is […]

Home & Property

U.S. News and World Report Ranked Boston One of the Top Places to Live

Seven months into not being able to leave the apartment without a face mask and a pocket full of hand sanitzer, it’s not shocking that […]

City Life

Bad News: Drought, Storms Could Wipe Out This Year’s New England Foliage

Don’t look now, but all those brightly colored leaves that popped up early this year, giving much of New England a premature dose of peak […]