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Is Legal Sea Foods Still Considered “Boston-Based?”

Welcome to “One Last Question,” a series where research editor Matthew Reed Baker tackles your most Bostonian conundrums. Have a question? Email him at [email protected] […]

Home & Property

This Arlington Artist Uses Cyanotype to Capture Flowers and Found Objects

Susan Murie always wanted a creative career, working in theater and filmmaking before finally landing on photography. After years of producing black-and-white images, and later […]

Home & Property

Five Art and Design Books for Your Summer Reading List

Out of the Woods: Architecture and Interiors Built from Wood, by Gestalten Now that timber has been newly dubbed an eco-friendly substitute for concrete, the […]

City Life

How Can Massachusetts Become a Friendlier State?

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What’s the Difference between a “Dixie Cup” and a “Hoodsie Cup?”

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Arts & Entertainment

How Can I Safely Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day This Year?

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Five Art and Design Books for Your Spring Reading List

Leonard Freed: Black in White America, edited by Michael Shulman and Tony Nourmand This important book revisits Leonard Freed’s Black in White America, a groundbreaking […]

Home & Property

Artist Stephanie Christopher Relies on an Unusual Technique to Create Her Portraits

Stephanie Christopher had hit a creative wall. While pursuing a fine-arts degree at Bristol Community College in 2016, the Randolph- and L.A.-based portrait painter found […]

Arts & Entertainment

Am I the Only One Who Still Knows What GBH’s Zoom Was?

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Arts & Entertainment

How Did Boston’s Black Nativity Production Come to Be?

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Weddings

A Letter from the Editor

Back in February 2020, when we excitedly began production on this issue of Boston Weddings, we trained our sights on our customary June pub date, […]

Home & Property

Five Art and Design Books for Your Winter Reading List

Home for the Soul: Sustainable and Thoughtful Decorating and Design, by Sara Bird and Dan Duchars Style and sustainability go hand-in-hand in this insightful book, […]

Restaurants

How Did Cranberry Sauce Become a Staple Thanksgiving Food?

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City Life

Could There Be Buried Treasure underneath Boston?

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Why Is Allen’s Coffee Flavored Brandy So Popular in Maine?

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