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Weddings

How to Not Destroy Your Relationship While Quarantined with Your Partner

In the span of days, you and your significant other probably went from bemoaning your busy schedules and how you don’t see each other enough […]

City Life

Small Blessings in the Time of Coronavirus

When I moved to the Boston area almost a year ago to the day, what most struck me was the constant motion and the speed […]

City Life

Boston Coronavirus News: Essential Workers Are Fighting Back, Cases by County

By the Numbers Confirmed Cases as of March 29: In Boston: 825 Across Massachusetts:  5,752 Deaths in Massachusetts: 56 Deaths in Boston: 2 They’re Still Working […]

Wellness

Cheer Yourself Up with These Cute Videos of Creative Family Workouts

To no one’s surprise, I miss the gym dearly. And my heart aches for the personal trainers and small gym business owners who are scrambling […]

Wellness

This Is How Boston Marathon Runners Are Pivoting Their Training

When the 30,000 runners planning to race in the Boston Marathon next month found out the race would be postponed until September 14, most were […]

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City Life

The Perverse Pleasure of Consulting the History Books

I’ve always had a strong monastic streak. I enjoy being alone. I find peace in solitude and tranquility in communing with myself. That said, the […]

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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. […]

City Life

Boston Coronavirus News: Suffolk Dorm to Shelter the Homeless, the DPH Commissioner Tests Positive, and Basketball Is Canceled

By the Numbers Confirmed Cases as of March 29: In Boston: 735 Across Massachusetts: 4,955 Deaths in Massachusetts: 48 Deaths in Boston: 2 Making Way […]

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City Life

Will Grocery Stores Start Running Out of Food?

As recently as last week, grocery stores were jammed with panicked customers filling their carts with meat, frozen foods, canned goods, pasta and other items […]

City Life

These Are the People in Boston Giving Us Hope This Week

It goes without saying that we owe an enormous and un-payable debt to everyone who is still reporting to work right now. That is especially […]

Wellness

How to Maintain Your Health (and Sanity) While Working From Home

Whether you’ve worked from home or not, we’re all doing a little bit of readjusting. Our new normal is anything but normal, and trying to […]

Restaurants

Get These Natural Wines Delivered at Home to Pair with Pantry Staples

Week two of the Bay State’s stay-at-home mandate is almost behind us—and I don’t know about you, but I’m getting pretty darn bored of my […]

Home & Property

Six Ways to Redecorate Your Home While You’re Stuck Inside

While we practice social distancing, many of us are spending a whole lot of time staring at our houses and apartments… and very quickly becoming […]

City Life

How to Be Alone All the Time during a Pandemic

Usually around this time, I’d be running late for work. I’d be running, literally, across the street in front of a car who beeps, and […]

City Life

Boston Coronavirus News: Fire and Fury from Charlie Baker, a New Plea to Self-Quarantine

Confirmed Cases as of March 26 In Boston: 364 Across Massachusetts: 2,417 Deaths in Massachusetts: 25 Deaths in Boston: 2 (you can also access this […]