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Restaurants

The Interview: Panera Bread Founder and Tatte Investor Ron Shaich

Having sold Panera Bread for billions, avuncular food industry giant Ron Shaich (pronounced “shake”) is continuing to conquer appetites and transform our cityscape with his […]

City Life

The Interview: Boston Celtics Center and Activist Enes Kanter

Even before basketball season started, Enes Kanter, who joined the Celtics this year after a split season with the Knicks and Trail Blazers, was giving […]

Arts & Entertainment

The Interview: Celebrity Events Planner Bryan Rafanelli

Whippet thin and always impeccably dressed, party planner extraordinaire Bryan Rafanelli is rarely without a smile, whether an act of God is threatening to derail […]

City Life

Who’s Laughing With the Harvard Lampoon?

Before Jenny Baker even laid eyes on the latest issue of Harvard’s storied student humor magazine, she doubted it would make her laugh. On a […]

City Life

Derailed: My Public Transit Odyssey across Massachusetts

It’s 6:30 a.m., and I’m standing beside a bus shelter in the parking lot of the North Adams Walmart Supercenter with an envelope filled with […]

Wellness

The Interview: MDMA-Therapy Expert Dr. Rick Doblin

Rick Doblin has dedicated most of his adult life—and the pages of his Ph.D. dissertation at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government—to pushing for the […]

Home & Property

Eccentric Inventor John Hays Hammond Jr. Built the Castle of His Dreams in Gloucester

The coast of Cape Ann is dotted with impressive estates, but none quite like that of John Hays Hammond Jr., who took the adage “A […]

Home & Property

Medfield-Based Caskata Designs Dinnerware Decorated with Unique Glaze Prints

When Shawn Laughlin was growing up in New York City, she often tagged along with her grandmother, an art collector, to the Metropolitan Museum of […]

Home & Property

Modern Relik’s Meg Kimball Shares Her Favorite Things

If there’s one thing that Meg Kimball learned from her father, it’s how to bring a space to life. From a young age, Kimball spent […]

Home & Property

Evolve Residential Principal Josh Linder Designed His Own Home Office

Evolve Residential principal Josh Linder just may be at his most creative when designing for himself. For proof, consider the office he dreamed up for […]

Home & Property

Sasaki Is Redesigning City Hall Plaza for the Masses

They say you can’t fight City Hall—but, with the right team in place, you can certainly redesign it. That’s the task at hand for Sasaki, […]

Education

The Interview: Harvard Law Professor Ronald Sullivan Jr.

When word got out earlier this year that law professor Ronald Sullivan Jr. had joined Harvey Weinstein’s legal defense team, all hell broke loose at […]

Restaurants

Death of the Neighborhood Bar

It’s a Thursday night in April at the Plough & Stars in Cambridge, and time is frozen. The place has been repainted, wall art has […]

Weddings

A Rainy New Year’s Eve Wedding Celebration in Brookline

While others around the world were cheering the beginning of a new year, Megan Walsh and Jarrad Jordan were celebrating a different occasion—their wedding. “We […]

Weddings

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

The Frock Finder Allegria Bridal’s Julie Centofanti knows the secrets to putting any bride in her dream dress. The Menu Masters East Meets West Catering […]