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Arts & Entertainment

The Tao of Celtics Owner Wyc Grousbeck

Wyc Grousbeck is frustrated. It’s been six months since his Celtics lost in the playoffs, failing to bring home championship No. 18, and like most […]

Arts & Entertainment

Has Boston Gone Country?

It’s mid-August, and the streets around Fenway Park are abuzz. The legions of fans piling into the neighborhood aren’t here for a Red Sox game, […]

Arts & Entertainment

The Interview: Local TV Personality and “Meet Boston” Host Jenny Johnson

For the past two decades, Jenny Johnson has had every Boston gourmet’s dream job: Sample the top dishes from the tastiest local restaurants on TV […]

City Life

Why I Left the Boston Ballet

Standing in the wings before the curtain lifted for the third and final act of The Sleeping Beauty, I became acutely aware of the backstage […]

City Life

Confessions of a Twitcher

I used to do cocaine. A lot of it. As in, five out of seven nights a week. It might not be immediately apparent what […]

City Life

No, Cybersecurity Expert Corey Thomas Will Not Tell You His Mother’s Maiden Name

If it were up to Corey Thomas, no one’s password would ever be “password.” After all, as the chairman and CEO of the local cybersecurity […]

City Life

Can the Edward M. Kennedy Institute Save Democracy?

In early June, black cars ferrying 10 former U.S. senators—five Republicans and five Democrats—rolled past weathered wooden fences and old salt-box houses that line the […]

Arts & Entertainment

Meet Noah Kahan, the Voice of an Emotionally Evolved Generation

Noah Kahan thinks everyone here should be in therapy. The 26-year-old singer-songwriter is onstage at Boston Calling Music Festival, a 10-minute drive from his Watertown […]

Home & Property

Re-Formed for the Future

Imagine ascending a steep mountain slope. You traverse side to side across the pitch in a switchback fashion, turning almost 180 degrees at the edge […]

Travel

Captured Essence

Thirty miles out to sea, there are few more enchanting places to visit in New England than Nantucket. The island’s cobbled streets; mesmerizing, blue-watered wharves; […]