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Isolating times has made me much chattier with strangers—and I’m not alone. Here’s why that’s a good thing.
On the Market: A Dramatic Victorian Manse by Coolidge Corner
Gold ceilings, vintage design, and “rooms” of English gardens grace this Brookline home.
Here’s How to Score 60-Plus Dining Deals While Helping to Save Boston Restaurants
Boston magazine’s Taste Passport program unlocks free food, supports a vital advocacy organization, and earns you entry to virtual chef events.
Quiz: Are You Ready to Make a Move?
Quarantine has made us all reconsider some of our life choices.
Want to Buy Patriots Star Stephon Gilmore’s Foxboro House?
The 2019 Defensive Player of the Year appears to have listed his home for $999k.
What the Hell Is about to Happen in Boston This Week?
As Boston and every other city prepares for the worst, no one can say for certain what comes next.
On the Market: An Industrial Chic Garage-Turned-Single-Family in Quincy
The airy, contemporary residence was originally built to house an exotic car collection.
The Eight Best Places to Find Pierogi Around Boston
From traditional potato fillings to sweet spins like fluffernutter, these Polish dumplings are perfect comfort food for cool weather.
On the Market: A Balcony-Blessed Condo in a Grand Converted Church
Step directly out onto the 100-foot terrace from each and every room.
Five of the Prettiest Homes That Hit the Market in October
From castle-like single-families to a condo with a magical courtyard.
The Re-Education of the MFA
Will the oldest, most prestigious museum in town write the new rules for how to succeed in Boston today?
Lean in to a winterlong snooze with the city’s latest and greatest sleep essentials.
Newsmakers, profiles, history, and more.
Either-Or: An Antique Lowell Manor vs. a New South Boston Build
It’s amazing what a few miles will do to the market.
Please Enjoy This Wildly 1980s News Clip about the Scourge of Video Games in Boston
A news broadcast sheds light on this apparently terrifying era.
Where to Find the Breakfast Sandwiches That Make Boston Mornings More Bearable
Rise and shine—and chow down.
Let It Snow
With all of us looking for things to do outside this winter, could COVID actually be the best thing to happen to local mountains since snowmaking in April—or are New England’s already-fragile ski resorts heading for a wipeout?