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City Life

The Untenable Misery of Shoe Shopping for New England Weather

WHEN YOU GROW UP in Massachusetts, you grow up with weather. Sure, every place has it, but not like here. We got the best. It’s […]

Life & Style

Meditating on the Art of Marriage

This is a love story, both simple and tricky, as all love stories are. I will begin with the tricky part, on Lake Champlain in […]

Arts & Entertainment

The Interview: Film Actor and “Macbeth” Star Faran Tahir

Boston holds a lot of meaning for Pakistani-American actor Faran Tahir. It’s where he earned his master’s degree in theater, where his first child was […]

City Life

Just What Is Marty Walsh up to, Anyway?

The Seaport Hotel, attached to the World Trade Center, feels like an anchor to an older Boston amid the dizzying swirl of change along the […]

City Life

The Interview: The ‘Quin House Cofounder Sandy Edgerley

Sandy Edgerley used to spend a lot of time at Clarendon Street Playground in the Back Bay, making connections with other moms as she watched […]

City Life

It’s Officially Time to Revamp Massachusetts’ State Symbols

I might rag on my state for the usual reasons, like the lousy winters, the traffic, and the drivers who create it. But deep down, […]

City Life

The Rise, Fall, and Hopeful Return of Boston’s Pride Parade

At first, the spectators standing at the intersection of Boylston and Charles were confused. They leaned into the parade barricade, their red Wells Fargo noisemakers […]

Arts & Entertainment

Pawtucket Artist Tracy Glover Crafts Glass Fixtures for a Global Clientele

Tracy Glover’s obsession with glass started with her mother’s handblown paperweights that dotted her childhood home. It escalated when her sister returned from Jerusalem with […]

Home & Property

What It’s Like to Live at the St. Regis in Boston

A twisting glass tower among a sea of boxy buildings, the St. Regis Residences Boston stands out when driving up Seaport Boulevard. The gleaming architectural […]

Home & Property

Maggie Gold Seelig’s Family Heirloom

As a child, Maggie Gold Seelig brought her father lunch on Saturdays when he saw patients at his home office. Dr. Arnold Gold was a […]