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Could the Social-Distancing Era Make New Englanders More Friendly?

Isolating times has made me much chattier with strangers—and I’m not alone. Here’s why that’s a good thing.


Restaurants

The Meal Plan: Your Day-by-Day Guide to What to Eat and Drink in Boston This Week

Home & Property

On the Market: A Mid-Century Modern Wonder in Winthrop

Arts & Entertainment

Nine Not Terrible Things to Do for a Quarantine Thanksgiving


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Check Out the Gorgeous Décor at this Sweet Danvers Micro Celebration

Think: Greenery overload, in the best way.

Home & Property

Take This Walking Tour to Fall in Love with Boston All over Again

From architectural oddities to impossibly charming streets, check out these nine hidden gems around the city.

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City Life

Five New Hobbies to Distract Yourself from the Horrifying Prospect of a Quarantined Boston Winter

A supremely helpful guide to your next six months and/or years.

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City Life

As Election Euphoria Fades, a Weary Boston Asks: “Now What?”

Optimism after a Biden win is getting tempered by the challenges at hand.

Restaurants

Where to Find the Best Pies in Boston Right Now

You deserve a slice—or five.

Home & Property

On the Market: A Connecticut Riverfront Estate with a Covetable Firepit

Plus, two heated pools, a mahogany dock, private playground, and 18 acres of your own.


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The Summer of Social Distancing

The Summer of Social Distancing

What you need to know to make the most of a very unusual summer in Boston.

Home & Property

On the Market: A Cozy Loft-Style Condo in Portland

Skylights and exposed brick embellish these cool downtown digs.

Restaurants

Where to Find the Best Mexican Food in Boston Right Now

From Eastie pozole to North End tortas, Somerville tacos, and beyond.

Home & Property

On the Market: A Serene Mashpee Home by the Bay

Take refuge in this midcentury modern design on the Cape Cod waterfront.

City Life

The Interview: Tommy Amaker

Teach, lead, serve. These are the words Harvard basketball coach Tommy Amaker lives by. Now he’d like a few words with you.

Wellness

The Art of Starting Over

Whether you’re looking to switch careers, end a rocky relationship, or help improve the city, here’s how to make the process a little easier.

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Longreads

Newsmakers, profiles, history, and more.


City Life

What It’s Like to Be a Pollster when the Results Look Like…This

It’s not easy being the guy with the crystal ball in a presidential election, even when you get it right.

Restaurants

Eight Awesome Winter-Ready Patios for Outdoor Dining in Boston

From greenhouses to illuminated igloos, check out these snug spots that are perfect for sipping hot toddies.

Home & Property

On the Market: A Cheerful, Historical Gem in Westborough

This 140-year-old charmer comes outfitted with a hand-painted cast iron hearth.

City Life

See What the MBTA Thinks about Our Story about Workers Not Wearing Masks

We asked T workers why they weren’t wearing masks, and the answers didn’t make anyone happy.

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