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City Life

Charlie Baker: Leadership, Lessons Learned, and What Lies Ahead

“It’s nice to see you,” Charlie Baker says, walking toward me and bending his long right arm so his elbow points in my direction. I […]

Style

Who Says Boston Isn’t a Fashion Town?

Photographs by Emmanuel Boakye-Appiah Styling by Caitlin Dooley/Anchor Artists Models: Priscilla Ndikwani and Melanie Rodriguez/Maggie Location: Warehouse XI  “Gonzaga” two-piece polyester-blend suit, $1,205, and DeRoma […]

Education

The Highly Competitive, Hypocritical, and Altogether Essential World of Pandemic Pods

On a Thursday afternoon in mid-March last year, Elizabeth (last name withheld upon request) sauntered out of her Arlington home and down her walkway toward […]

City Life

Katherine Clark Is the Adult in the Room

The first sign that something was wrong came when her car was rerouted away from Democratic National Committee headquarters. A pipe bomb had been discovered […]

Home & Property

Everything You Need to Know to Design a Greener Home

Want to protect the planet? Build greener homes. From employing eco-friendly materials to considering energy efficiency at every turn, three local dwellings embody the best […]

Home & Property

This New Gloucester Home Draws Inspiration from the Colors of the Ocean

The Barretts wouldn’t be that family. The one that demolishes a long-standing house on a sleepy street to erect an out-of-character replacement that would make […]

Home & Property

Four Renovations To Inspire Your Post-Pandemic Dream Dwelling

The Kick-Ass Bar Consummate entertainers, a Wellesley couple longed for a space where they could unwind with family and friends in their new home. The […]

City Life

Inside the Underground Pipeline Bringing Pets to Massachusetts

In the predawn hours of October 19, 2020, Plymouth plumber Robert Fleming Jr. rose from bed and began getting ready for work, trying his best […]

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Education

Inside the Bunker at Boston Public Schools

It’s a gray and frigid morning in Dorchester when Brenda Cassellius bounds toward me on the front lawn of Joseph Lee K–8 School. She wears […]

City Life

Are You Recession Proof?

Starting Out Moving Up Retiring Right STARTING OUT Congratulations! You’ve finally scored your dream job and moved out of your parents’ house, only to realize […]

City Life

How Has Boston Gotten Away with Being Segregated for So Long?

When Sheena Collier moved here from Atlanta 16 years ago to pursue a master’s at Harvard Graduate School of Education, she was looking forward to […]

Restaurants

Behind the Mask of the Phantom Gourmet

Like all great performers, brothers Dan and Dave Andelman have a keen understanding that the show must go on. So one day in late March, […]

Home & Property

Art Deco Details Abound in This Gorgeous Back Bay Condo

Lauren DeVestern and Stan German adore the original mahogany paneling that lines the combined living-and-dining room in their Back Bay condo. In fact, it was […]

Home & Property

This Lakeside New Hampshire Home is Like a Cabin “on Steroids”

In 2016, homeowners Julia Gentleman Byers and Steven Holtzman found themselves eyeing their upcoming semiretirement—and their next move. After living in Greater Boston for 25 […]

City Life

A Slaying in the Suburbs

On a warm evening in mid-May, Ingolf Tuerk pulled his silver Mercedes G-Wagen into the three-car garage at 29 Valley Road in Dover and sat […]