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7 Ultimate Office Holiday Party Venues

Office holiday parties often live in infamy. This list of 7 ultimate holiday party venues will make you forget about the agony of forced merriment, […]

City Life

Here’s Everything We Learned About Boston 2024 from City Hall’s Emails, Part II

City Hall has released all emails between between Mayor Marty Walsh’s chief of staff Dan Koh and Boston 2024 organizers, fulfilling the third of three crowdfunded […]

City Life

Rob Gronkowski Should Retire from Playing Football

The New England Patriots should’ve never been able to draft Rob Gronkowski. His stock plummeted after he missed the entirety of his junior season at […]

Arts & Entertainment

Best of Boston All-Stars: What’s New at the Museum of Fine Arts

Welcome to Best of Boston All-Stars, a series that takes a closer look at what’s new at longtime Best of Boston favorites. MFA photo by […]

Arts & Entertainment

2016 Trick-or-Treating Times in Boston and Beyond

If you’ve ever been confused about what time to begin trick-or-treating in Boston, you’re not alone. That’s because most neighborhoods in the city and many surrounding […]

Arts & Entertainment

Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

THEATER Pippin at the Boston Opera House Pippin makes its triumphant return to Boston for a two week stand at the Opera House. The show […]

City Life

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Trial Set to Start Despite Attempts to Delay Proceedings

On Friday, Judge George O’Toole, Jr. called Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s last minute efforts to move his pending trial out of Boston and delay court proceedings “unnecessary,” adding that […]

Land's End

IT’S AN ESCAPE from city life. It’s a retreat that celebrates the changing light and shifting tides of long summer days. It’s a newly built […]

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 […]

Home & Property

Suburban Awe

Interior designer Lindsay Bentis levels a dated ranch house in Newton—and builds a bigger, more functional ranch in its stead.

Restaurants

Seven Awesome Upcoming Food and Drink Events

Tried of all your usual places and looking for a tasty new task this month? We’ve got you covered with seven awesome culinary events this March.

City Life

Keeping Up With the Crisis in Syria

Today marks the second day of negotiations in Geneva between U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and his Russian counterpart, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov to […]

Arts & Entertainment

PHOTOS: What You Missed at Boston Calling, Fall 2013

Transforming City Hall Plaza into a laid-back festival ground, this past weekend’s second installment of Boston Calling brought out flower headbands, countless Ray-Bans, and Boston’s […]

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Restaurants

Restaurant Review: Coppa in Boston

This buzzy Italian newcomer aims high — and mostly hits the bull’s-eye.

Liquids: Grenache

With the 76th annual Academy Awards airing this year on the evening of Leap Day, I take pleasure in knowing that I have 24 extra […]