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Boston Red Sox

City Life

Oral History: The 1999 All-Star Game That Saved Fenway Park

In 1999, before the seemingly endless parade of championships in this town, Boston sports fans were longing for a win—any win. The Patriots were in […]

Arts & Entertainment

50 Years of ‘Best of Boston’: Arts & Entertainment

All throughout 2024, we’re celebrating the proud and distinguished history of our annual Best of Boston issue, which turns 50 this July. And from disco dancing to […]

City Life

Boston Deserves Better than Fenway Park. Sorry Not Sorry.

The end of this month will be Opening Day at Fenway Park, a time of big hopes and slight delusions. It’s when we act as […]

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Home & Property

On the Market: A Former Red Sox Player’s Newton Mansion

35 Wykeham Rd., Newton Price: $6,575,000 Size: 8,081 square feet Bedrooms: 6 Bathrooms: 5 full, 2 partial When the Red Sox released first baseman Eric […]

City Life

The Boston Billionaires Club

Stunning wealth is nothing new to Boston. In fact, it’s been part of the city’s fabric for centuries. The Cabots and the Lowells preceded Fidelity’s […]

City Life

The Bullet and the Ballplayer

On a steamy spring night in 2019, the Dial Bar and Lounge was the place to be in Santo Domingo. Thumping reggaeton filled the air, […]

City Life

From “Cowboy Up” to “Dancing on My Own,” the Obsessions That Defined the Playoff Red Sox

The movie-like ascension of the 2021 Red Sox from tying for the wildcard to ALCS home run juggernaut has an unlikely soundtrack: DJ Tiësto’s remix […]

Arts & Entertainment

A Brief History of Bennifer Sightings in Boston

Boston loves a celeb sighting. We get quite a few of them these days, given the movie industry’s obsession with filming here. You no doubt […]

City Life

So How about That Lightning Storm in Boston, Huh?

Wow, man. This week’s vicious, punishing heatwave came to a dramatic conclusion on Wednesday night with some of the loudest, most beautiful, and most batshit […]

City Life

An Insider’s Guide to Parking near Fenway Park on Game Days

The fans are back at Fenway. And, unfortunately, so are Sox fans’ cars. As the park resumes 100 percent capacity games, it has once again […]

City Life

Behold! The Absolute Weirdest (Official) Red Sox Souvenirs You Didn’t Know You Need to Own

If you’re reluctant to attend a Red Sox game this year because of the pandemic or simply unable to get in thanks to the planned […]

City Life

Are the Red Sox Owners in It for the Love of the Gain?

For Red Sox die-hards, the turn of the calendar to March represents an invitation to officially begin obsessing about the upcoming season. Despite the past […]

City Life

At Least for Now, Fenway Is the People’s Park

Not having Fenway Park this year really sucked. For the first time in maybe a decade, a year went by without the chance to spend […]

City Life

Test Your 2020 Memory: When Did This Happen in Boston?

It has been nine whole months since the effects of the pandemic really took hold in Boston, and life as we knew it changed dramatically. […]

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City Life

My Life in the Age of COVID: Red Sox Prospect Leon Paulino

As the COVID-19 pandemic upends every aspect of Boston life, we’re checking in with some local residents to learn how they’re processing our new normal. […]