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Everett’s oldest weekly newspaper, the Everett Leader Herald, spent years reporting that the city’s highest-elected official was a corrupt politician who deserved to be thrown in prison. But what if it was fake news?
Found Art: Re-Mastered
Maine-based artist Elise Ansel finds alternate meaning and joy in the Old Masters.
Dining by Design: On the Contrary
The Seaport’s buzziest new restaurant is a masterclass in dichotomy.
Property: Mountain Magnificence
With sweeping views of Stowe Mountain Resort and Mount Mansfield from every room, this expansive retreat is a ski lover’s dream.
When the homeowners relocated with no furniture and few design directives, Mariette Hedeshian set about creating a modern and vibrant haven filled with art and warmth.
Greater Boston’s Getting a Dog Bar (and More Local Food and Drink News)
Plus, three food events to put on your calendar this month.
Somerville Tenants Offered Lower Rent…in Exchange for Not Talking About Their Rent
It’s a new frontier in one of the country’s tightest rental markets.
Need a restaurant recommendation? Trying to find the city's best tailor? Our annual Best of Boston awards are here to help.
Test your wits with a little wordplay.
Where to go and what to see for your winter design fix.
Reading List: By the Book
The greatness of green, road tripping across America, and baking with Pain d’Avignon.
Lodging: Rustic Elegance
Menswear designer Todd Snyder revives Hidden Pond’s forested bungalows with hints of luxury and an emphasis on Maine’s varied landscape.
Spaces: Green With Delight
A primary bedroom becomes a refined retreat, enhanced by the homeowner’s favorite hue.
Local Knowledge: Full Circle
Inspired by the architecture around which he grew up, Kevin Cradock has created a solid business based on high-quality craftsmanship, preservation, and paying it forward.
Newsmakers, profiles, history, and more.
Some people are born with an alteration in their DNA or genetic material that makes them more susceptible to certain types of cancer.
Presented by Mass General Cancer Center
Landmark: Historic Interpretation
An opulent 1902 Back Bay mansion with interiors designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany is virtually reimagined by Hacin + Associates for modern family living.
Renovation: The Perfect Blend
Kate Maloney Albiani fashions a fresh look steeped in tradition for a Somerville couple with competing tastes.
Spaces: Seeing Stars
In a Weston kids’ bedroom, designer Tricia Luong nods to the night sky.
Shelter: Living in Layers
Designer Robin Gannon uses vivid colors, a range of patterns, and furnishings in a slew of styles to infuse this Lexington home with soul.