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Arts & Entertainment

“Java with Jimmy” Host Jimmy Hills on Success, Positivity, and Coffee

Longtime community activist James “Jimmy” Hills’s favorite color to wear on-air is red. “I’ve been around politics, and I know there’s a science to colors,” […]

City Life

How Yuppies Shaped Modern-Day Boston

One day a few months ago, I happened to be in the South End when I started noticing, in a way that I never have […]

Arts & Entertainment

Why I’m Ready to Break Up With Summer

I’m happy it’s about to be summer. Peaches are in season, and I can constantly wear shorts—a big win all around because, to be frank, […]

Arts & Entertainment

Bestselling Author Sebastian Junger on PTSD, Mortality, and His Near-Death Experience in Truro

You might assume the scariest moment of Belmont native Sebastian Junger’s life happened while he was a war correspondent in Bosnia or Afghanistan. You’d be […]

Home & Property

Three Trendsetters Elevating Boston’s Design Scene This Summer

SOUTHERN EXPANSION In the SoWa Art + Design District, one of Casa Design’s showrooms, Molteni&C Boston, has undergone an expansion that was unveiled in May. […]

Home & Property

Formal to Fabulous: The Creative Evolution of Modern Tablescaping

When it comes to setting the table, there are far fewer rules today than there once were. Tablescapes have become less formal, unfussy, and a […]

Home & Property

Portland’s Sea Bags Set Sail With Sustainable Style

“Make the most of what you have” is a common phrase meant to encourage people to live their lives to the fullest. While it usually […]

City Life

What Does My Garage Say About Me?

We’re celebrating three years with our dog. Before we got him, I could have predicted a few of the things that Muggsy was going to […]

City Life

Why I Kayaked the Entire Charles River

At dawn, fog rose from the surface of the Charles River. On that morning last autumn, songbirds darted over the water as I kayaked downstream […]

City Life

Remembering the Real Victim in the Karen Read Case, My Friend John O’Keefe

My phone was still on silent when I woke the morning of January 30, 2022, to four missed calls and a text from a friend […]