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Arts & Entertainment

The Interview: CNN Anchor and Correspondent Audie Cornish 

In January, longtime All Things Considered host Audie Cornish shocked fans when she announced she was leaving NPR to join CNN+. Just four months later, […]

City Life

Pushing 40, Step by (Anxiety- and Dread-Inducing) Step

My running sneakers are slapping the sidewalk, and “Hangin’ Tough” is pumping through my Apple earbuds. It’s not one of my favorite New Kids on […]

Weddings

Real New England Weddings

Christina Nanfeldt & Michael Rickert September 10, 2021 Castle Hill on the Crane Estate Ipswich, Massachusetts  Jessie Belfer & Rose Barrett December 5, 2021 Olio […]

Weddings

This Somerville Couple Hosted Their Dream Nuptials at Olio in Peabody

For teachers Jessie Belfer and Rose Barrett, rescheduling a wedding during a pandemic presented them with a lesson in resilience. After COVID squashed their plans […]

Weddings

Boston Wedding Experts: Tips, Tricks, and Advice from the Pros

The Paper Purveyor Rachel Robinson, owner of design and letterpress studio Robinson Press, knows that the invitation is the first hint for wedding guests of […]

Weddings

New England Wedding Venues

Outdoor Spaces Backdrops of sparkling rivers, stunning skylines, and rolling hills await your outdoor nuptials.  Ballrooms These unique New England ballrooms dazzle with unparalleled opulence […]

City Life

The Last Days of Professor Donovan

It was like a voice from the grave. Members of the jury in the trial of John Donovan—Boston’s notorious former tech guru turned convicted liar—watched […]

Weddings

Before Their ‘Quin House Ceremony, This Duo Had One Perfect Moment Alone

Michael Benezra and Ceferina Murrell first met at work, but soon found themselves hanging out after hours having long, meaningful conversations. “There was one night, […]

City Life

Why the Name “Beantown” Has to Go

As a proud Bostonian who cares deeply about our city’s future and its reputation, I’ve given a lot of thought to the moniker “Beantown.” When, […]

City Life

My Round with Jack Nicholson at Brookline’s Country Club

There are few things in life I remember as vividly as the day Jack Nicholson took his shirt off in the middle of a golf […]

City Life

The Interview: VC Giant and Celtics Co-Owner Steve Pagliuca

What do you get the man who has everything? Well, if it’s Boston-based VC giant Steve Pagliuca, it’s either an Impossible Whopper or an Italian […]

Home & Property

Colleen Dunleavy and Crystal Mills of Love Child Dish on Their Faves

When friends-turned-cofounders Colleen Dunleavy and Crystal Mills signed the lease on their first South Boston storefront, they weren’t even entirely sure what their company would […]

Home & Property

Vec Surfboards Shapes Each Board to the Surfer and the Wave

Some of New England’s best waves happen in the dead of winter—when there’s snow on the beach and water temperatures peak just above freezing. “It’s […]

Home & Property

This Designer Transformed Her Formerly Drab Breakfast Nook

Throughout the 12 years interior designer Annie Hall has lived in her West Newton townhouse, she’s been slowly overhauling the 1,800-square-foot space. “It’s hard not […]

Arts & Entertainment

The Interview: Playwright and BU Professor Kirsten Greenidge

Growing up in Arlington, Kirsten Greenidge loved theater so much that she put on shows with pals in her mom’s living room—with a concession stand, […]