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Arts & Entertainment

What the Fluff?: The History of Your Favorite Sandwich Confection

Mimi Graney knows everything there is to know about Fluff. From the ingredients, to the history of the white, marshmallow-y substance, she could talk about […]

Arts & Entertainment

Interstellar vs. Inception

As with most directors of his caliber who have very distinct styles, Christopher Nolan is already getting hammered this week with reviews and commentary comparing his […]

Arts & Entertainment

Snow Day Streaming Guide: What to Watch and Where to Find It

Matt & Ben Overload Good Will Hunting Where to Watch: Netflix Length: 2 hours Synopsis: A coming-of-age tale where Will Hunting learns that receiving a […]

Arts & Entertainment

Ten Free Events to Check Out at HUBweek

Think of it as Boston’s attempt at South by Southwest. The inaugural edition of HUBweek, a weeklong celebration of ideas bred in Boston, kicks off […]

Restaurants

T-Time: Where to Eat (and Drink) Near Central Square Station

Welcome to T-Time, where local writer Will Gordon breaks down the best options just off the MBTA, stop by stop. Illustration by Liz Noftle/Boston magazine Cambridge’s Central […]

City Life

Buffalo Tom & Songs About Home

Did you ever see Dallas from a DC-9 at night? With his plaintive, yearning voice, Jimmie Dale Gilmore asked this musical question with his legendary […]

City Life

A Masshole Visits America: Galveston

Texas looms large in the American imagination, and surely Texans like it that way. Like California a generation or two ago, it’s the economic powerhouse […]

Restaurants

Restaurant Review: Tres Gatos

With this bookstore-café turned tapas bar, J.P. has scored the best kind of neighborhood spot.

Restaurants

Dining Out: Club Med

Declaration of partiality: I adore Ana Sortun and her adventurous, exotic, solidly grounded food. So I couldn't wait for her to open her own restaurant, […]

City Life

Buffalo Tom & Songs About Home

Did you ever see Dallas from a DC-9 at night? With his plaintive, yearning voice, Jimmie Dale Gilmore asked this musical question with his legendary […]

Style

January Sales

By Marisa Calleja Beacon Hill THE STORE: Good THE DEAL/DISCOUNT: 50% off selected items. THE GOODS: Horn collection glassware $32.50-82.50, Silverware $42.50- 130.00 THE RUN/DATES: […]

Restaurants

Dining Out: Foreward Thinking

Fore Street 288 Fore Street, Portland, Maine 207-775-2717 Chef: Sam Hayward I write often in praise of Sam Hayward and his Fore Street restaurant, in […]

Overhead view of white marble table covered with five different pasta dishes.
Restaurants

Pasta Returns to a Beloved Jamaica Plain Address as Tonino Opens This Week

A long-standing neighborhood restaurant space in Jamaica Plain is returning to form: Tonino opens Thursday, October 20, at 669 Centre Street, serving up fresh pasta, […]

Travel

The Stargazing Majesties of Rural New England

When you look up at the night sky, what do you see? If you’re like many stargazers around Boston, the answer may be a jet-black […]

City Life

Celebrating Hokusai’s Influence at the Museum of Fine Arts

Pop quiz. Q: Where’s the largest collection of Japanese art outside of Japan? A: The Museum of Fine Arts. Accordingly, it was like a trip […]