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Three Statement Cakes to Satisfy Your Wedding-Day Sweet Tooth

From left: Four-tier chocolate-cappuccino torte with Italian-meringue buttercream and white-chocolate petals and flowers, $8 per slice, Dessert Works. Four-tier brown-butter cake with vanilla-bean-pecan filling, dark-rum […]

Weddings

Reimagine Your “Something Blue” with These Unique Accessories

The Inspiration “Athénaïs” jewel-encrusted tulle gown with velvet ribbon, Vera Wang. Natasha Denona eye-liner pencil, $18, Sephora. Kendra Scott “Stone Disc” silver-plated earrings with mother-of-pearl, […]

Weddings

Four Floral Displays Made Gorgeous by Pampas Grass

Bouquet of pampas grass, dahlia, eucalyptus, sea oat, ninebark, lisianthus, clematis vine, and ranunculus, Wildfolk. Arbor with pampas grass, smilax vine, silver dollar eucalyptus, and […]

City Life

What’s the Most Dangerous Insect in New England?

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

Travel Guide: Take a Trip to Sunny and Sophisticated Los Angeles, California

EAT Sunny Side Up At the serene café counter Konbi, the picture-perfect egg-salad sando is a heavenly start to a day in the City of […]

Home & Property

Sharon Whitham’s Prints Explore the Search for Harmony and Direction

Although Sharon Whitham started college as an art major, she switched her course of study to public health and ended up working in the field […]

Home & Property

Six Must-See Summer Art Exhibitions in and Around Boston

“Big Plans: Picturing Social Reform” Consider yourself a history buff? Geek out at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, where a new exhibition offers a glimpse […]

Home & Property

Five Art and Design Books to Add to Your Summer Reading List

1. Garden Wild, by Andre Baranowski After years spent waiting for the perfect moment to capture a sun-soaked field or a hummingbird taking flight, Andre […]

Home & Property

The History of the Hatch Shell: 79 Years of Summer Sounds

Every summer, Bostonians tote blankets and beach chairs to the Edward A. Hatch Memorial Shell, the open-air venue on the Esplanade that hosts free concerts, […]

City Life

How Old Are the “Don’t Dump” Plaques Next to Boston’s Storm Drains?

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] […]

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City Life

What’s the Most Unusual Piece of Recent Fenway Park History?

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] […]

Arts & Entertainment

Who Is the Sailor Peg in Dropkick Murphys’ “I’m Shipping Up to Boston?”

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

Six Must-See Spring Art Exhibitions in and Around Boston

deCordova New England Biennial 2019 Local talent steals the show at deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum’s New England Biennial, which this year showcases the work […]

Home & Property

Travel Guide: Why Dublin Should Be on Your Must-Visit List

EAT Food, Not Fanfare Dublin’s electric restaurant scene combines a foodie sensibility with the city’s storied past. And Delahunt, with its carefully edited menu and […]

Home & Property

Five Art and Design Books to Add to Your Spring Reading List

1. Interiors: Inside the American Home, introduction by Marc Kristal A house is not a home without handcrafted furniture, custom finishes, and perhaps a few […]