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Curb Appeal: A Warm Welcome in Beacon Hill

On a tropical oasis, it’s commonplace to be greeted by the emblem for hospitality: the pineapple. But nestled in the charming, historic street of Beacon […]

Home & Property

Curb Appeal: High Contrast in Beacon Hill

It’s black and white for this Beacon Hill doorway—a high-gloss modern spin on a classic pairing that can’t help but impress. A chic contrast to […]

Home & Property

On The Market: 40 South Russell Street #1, Beacon Hill

There’s no question that Boston offers its fair share of history, but that shouldn’t mean sacrificing the latest appliances and features for historical appeal. “When […]

City Life

An Expanded Liquor License Proposal Is Working Its Way Through Beacon Hill

It’s been six years since Karen Henry-Garrett, owner of Dot2Dot Café, opened her business on Dorchester Avenue. And in those six years, it’s been almost […]

City Life

Chart of The Week: Beacon Hill’s Top Lobbying Firms

O’Neill & Associates, headed by former Lieutenant Governor Thomas P. O’Neill III, once again claimed the top spot among Beacon Hill lobbying firms, according to […]

City Life

Beacon Hill Officials Pass Legislation to Make Secret ‘Upskirt’ Photos Illegal

Update: It’s official—”upskirting” in Massachusetts is now illegal. Governor Deval Patrick today signed “An Act Relative to Unlawful Sexual Surveillance,” which updates the state’s existing […]

Arts & Entertainment

Beacon Hill: The Series Does Not Deliver

For the most die-hard of soap opera fans, Beacon Hill: The Series set a high bar with its all-star soap cast. From Crystal Chappell of ABC’s […]

City Life

There’s An Olympic-Sized Feud Happening About Boston as Host City

They say there are two sides to every story, but in the case of the Olympics coming to Boston, there are three. As the 2014 […]

City Life

UPDATE: House Expels State Rep. Henriquez

Update: After nearly two hours of testimony on Thursday, the House of Representatives voted 146 to 5 in favor of expelling an elected official serving time […]

City Life

Honoring the ‘King of Pot’

Up on a grassy knoll not far from Beacon Hill, pot proponents are known to gather together and share insight about the benefits of marijuana […]

City Life

Committee to Reduce Firearm Violence Calls For Stricter State Gun Laws

At the behest of House Speaker Robert DeLeo, a committee created to explore ways the state can battle back against gun violence convened at Northeastern […]

City Life

A Businessman’s Fight to Get GMO Labels on Food Packages

For an entire day, Dean Cycon stepped away from the organic coffee bean company that he runs in Orange so he could casually bounce between […]


Restaurant Review: Beacon Hill Bistro

A Charles Street stalwart gets a fresh makeover (and a stellar duck dish) from a talented young chef. If only his ensemble could get it together.

City Life

Is Carrie Nation the New Choice Restaurant for Beacon Hill Lawmakers?

This past year has seen huge, epic, game-changing upheavals in Massachusetts politics, but surely none more consequential than the June opening of Carrie Nation on […]

City Life

State Rep. Carlos Henriquez Sentenced To Six Months For Assault Charges

State Representative Carlos Henriquez will spend half a year behind bars after a jury convicted him of assaulting a woman he was dating in the […]