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Either-Or: A Sparkling Suite in the Back Bay vs. a Vermont Chalet

Which would you choose?

Style

Fine Jewelry Brand Aurate Opens on Newbury Street

The world of jewelry can basically be divided into two regions: the land of expensive fine jewelry and the territory of cheap, poorly made, disposable […]

News

A Shooting and Car Crash Closed a Stretch of Mass. Ave. by Symphony Hall

A shooting on Mass. Ave. that began on Boylston Street ended with a car near Boston’s Symphony Hall on Monday night, rattling a busy area near two colleges and […]

Style

Newbury Street Is the Place to Shop Fall Pop-Up Style

Although it doesn’t quite yet feel like it, fall really is right around the corner. And when those temperatures finally drop, pop in to these […]

Home & Property

Either-Or: A Bucolic Vermont Farm vs. a Boston Condo

Which would you choose?

Style

Get Scarlett Johansson’s Tattoo

Although the fashions were memorable, Joseph Morrissey, co-owner of high-end clothing boutique All Too Human, never forgot the graffiti that he saw on the streets […]

Home & Property

This Back Bay Townhouse Commands $11.2 Million

It’s not every day a listing like this comes along. A time-honored townhouse on Back Bay’s beloved Beacon Street hit the market this week for the first […]

Home & Property

Either-Or: A Back Bay Brownstone vs. a Lakeside Hideaway

Two listings. The same price. What’s worth it?

News

The Back Bay Station Towers Are in the Spotlight Over Shadows

Amid Boston’s building boom, another skyscraper plan is spurring controversy over the shadows two towers would cast on the city. This time, the shadow showdown is over […]

Home & Property

Either-Or: A Grand Portland Manse vs. a Stylish Beacon Street Condo

Which would you buy?

News

Boston Fire Truck Crashes in Back Bay

Several people were injured and multiple parked cars were damaged Monday after a Boston Fire truck crash in Boston’s Bay Bay. Four firefighters aboard the truck […]

Home & Property

Uni’s Newly Expanded Interior Design

We take a closer look at Uni 2.0, where Ken Oringer and Tony Messina offer a unique take on Japanese cuisine.

Home & Property

A Back Bay Kitchen Gets a Fresh Start

Interior designer Dennis Duffy transforms a windowless kitchen into a bright and airy chef’s dream.

Home & Property

A Glimpse of the Past at the Gibson House

The Gibson House, in the Back Bay, offers a perfectly preserved snapshot of Boston life in Victorian times.

News

Mayor Walsh Orders Newbury Street Pedestrian-Only for One Day

For one day, one of Boston’s most popular thoroughfares will be reserved for people—and their four-legged companions, of course. Mayor Marty Walsh announced plans Monday to […]