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City Life

Loss, Love, and the New Hampshire Hermit Who Went Viral

On a hot day this past July in central New Hampshire, Jodie Gedeon climbed into her kayak and slipped into the current of the Merrimack […]

City Life

The Best Senior Living You Can Find without Moving to Florida

The Top Communities for Every Senior Lifestyle Best for independent and assisted living SALMON AT MEDWAY Medway Cost: Independent living starts at $6,250 per month. […]

Weddings

Real New England Weddings

Alexandra Giniger & Bryan Scotland June 2021  Lambert’s Cove Inn  West Tisbury, Massachusetts Danielle Canady & Joel Vastl July 2021 Shining Tides Estate  Mattapoisett, Massachusetts […]

City Life

Inside Track: An Oral History of Boston Gossip

There was a time, not so long ago, when Bostonians could sit down with their Dunks, flip open the Herald, and feast on the Inside […]

Restaurants

A Chef’s Holiday: Recipes by Maria Rondeau and JuanMa Calderón

Styling by Kalei McGaw/Anchor Artists Photographs by Pat Piasecki One by one, cars snake up the unpaved road to Maria Rondeau and JuanMa Calderón’s hillside […]

City Life

“Take Her Down”: Inside eBay’s Stalking Campaign against a Natick Couple

One August day in 2019, Ina and David Steiner were in their offices at their Natick home when they each noticed an email pop into […]

City Life

The Death of the Office Friendship

It was shortly after I’d spent the morning duck-hooking my way around the golf course while a bunch of middle-aged men looked on that I […]

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City Life

The Top Lawyers of 2021

There’s no denying that law is a complicated business. And these days—from opening your new shop at Bow Market to navigating the purchase of your […]

Home & Property

This South End Brownstone Was Completely Transformed

Think of a brownstone like a valuable, vintage bottle of wine. Maybe a Bordeaux Saint-Estèphe. Up front, it’s classic, powerful, and dignified. But give it […]

City Life

Hey Boston, Shut UUUUUUUP Already!!!!!!!

There was no escaping the sound. Rapid-fire, bass-heavy Caribbean beats radiated a half-mile past the Franklin Park Playstead, galloped through the cool April air over […]

City Life

Avi Loeb Is Not Afraid of Little Green Men

I was sitting on the porch of Harvard astrophysicist Avi Loeb’s stately home in Lexington this summer, as cardinals flitted among his roses and hydrangeas, […]

City Life

Peek Inside Massachusetts’ Newest Billion-Dollar Business: Pot Gummies

Cruise down any highway in the state these days, and you’ll notice one thing: The legalized weed business is booming. Nearly every mile, billboards advertising […]

City Life

Has Witch City Lost Its Way?

On a recent afternoon, visitor traffic was light at the Salem Witch Dungeon Museum. Outside, near several stockades, two bored-looking husbands sat on a bench, […]

City Life

The Battle for Franklin Park

The auditorium at Boston’s English High School was packed when Zack DeClerck strode to the microphone one April evening in 2018. Before him was a […]

City Life

What Was It Like to Bring Back the Boston Marathon and HOCR This Year?

On the eve of their first in-person events since 2019, longtime Boston Athletic Association CEO Tom Grilk and Head of the Charles regatta executive director […]