March 2010 Issue

The Ruff Guide: A Guide for Boston Pet Lovers

Discover the best services and products across the city for your furry friend.

Restaurants

Snapshot: Doyle's Cafe

Those seeking a shot of authentic Boston-Irish atmosphere this month need look no further than Doyle's, where it comes literally wall to wall.

Tastemaking: Reinventing Bina

Can a new chef help a hard-luck eatery reclaim its magic?

The Ultimate: Fish & Chips

With St. Pat's on the horizon, there's a good chance you'll find yourself in a pub sometime this month—and nothing pairs better with a pint than fish and chips.

Dining Out: Bistro du Midi

More great seafood comes to Boston. Only this time, it’s by way of Provence.

First Bite: Woodward

This new downtown spot has plenty of sizzle. Now, if only it would turn up the heat in the kitchen.

First Bite: East by Northeast

Chef Phillip Tang bestows brilliantly modern — and affordable — Chinese cuisine upon Inman Square

Arts + Entertainment

Touring Poe's Boston

The famed writer finally has a foothold in the city he loved to hate.

Feature

Spring Fashion 2010: Warming Trends

Boston Mag's style team showcases the very latest in spring fashion.

The Art of the Story

Twenty years ago this month, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum suffered the largest art heist in history. The crime remains unsolved.

Chasing Bernie

Harry Markopolos shares his exclusive investigation of Bernie Madoff from his book, No One Would Listen: A True Financial Thriller.

Department

Scenes From The Revolution

State Senator Scott Brown’s U.S. Senate win stunned the nation and handed state Republicans their first major victory in decades.

Fashion + Style

The $500 Weekend Resort-Town Smackdown!

Anybody can do an over-the-top $5,000 getaway. We explored three spendy hot spots to see if we could eat, sleep, and play there for a fraction of the cost.

Register: Basiques

A French-inspired boutique on Newbury gets down to it.

Fashion Masochist: The New Afro

With hairstyles reaching up and out, Rachel Baker gets bushy with it.

Life Supports

Spring cleaning just got a whole lot sleeker.