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Restaurants

At ReelHouse, a View to Dine For

Come for the shellfish towers and champagne, stay for the breathtaking city vistas at veteran chef Marc Orfaly’s newest waterfront destination.

Restaurants

Cunard Tavern Is Headed for East Boston This Spring

For the team behind Cunard Tavern, opening the East Boston restaurant has been a venture years in the making. After receiving widespread support from the neighborhood […]

City Life

State Rep, Union President Say Suffolk Downs Has Been Sold

According to one local lawmaker and a union official, a deal has been reached to sell Suffolk Downs. Both Rep. Adrian Madaro, an East Boston Democrat, […]

City Life

East Boston Protesters Unfurl Pro-Immigrant Banner

Shouting chants of “This country was built by us! This country depends on us!”, demonstrators unfurled a huge banner at the Sumner Tunnel and on the […]

Home & Property

Life Goes Swimmingly at the Eddy in East Boston

Life goes swimmingly at Eastie’s the Eddy.

City Life

The Curmudgeon’s Guide to the Blue Line

Welcome to the Curmudgeon’s Guide to the MBTA, where we examine the bane of your Boston existence, one line at a time. No, everyone hasn’t been raptured away, […]

City Life

The Story of Boston in Six Squares

As a city, they’ve long defined us. Now they show us how we’re changing.

City Life

GentriWatch: ‘Boston East’ Apartments Break Ground in Eastie

Welcome to GentriWatch, where we look for signs of gentrification happening around the city. Despite the legal maelstrom encircling City Hall after his tourism czar […]

City Life

GentriWatch: Another Hotel for Chinatown?

Welcome to GentriWatch, where we look for signs of gentrification happening around the city. Fresh off the grand reopening of the newly renovated Godfrey on […]

City Life

The 100 Funniest, Weirdest, Most Curious Boston Street Names

At our request, Mayor Marty Walsh’s office provided us with a copy of Boston’s Streets, a 202-page list of every street, road, avenue, boulevard and footpath […]

Home & Property

An Anatomy of Boston’s Gentrification in One Eastie Block

See how money has changed our neighborhoods.

City Life

Parlor Skis Are Built for Speed

On the hunt for high-end, handmade skis? Look no further than Eastie.

City Life

GentriWatch: Mayor Walsh Considers Rewarding Boston’s Good Landlords

Welcome to GentriWatch, where we look for signs of gentrification happening around the city. MAYOR MARTY WALSH WANTS to reward good behavior among Boston’s landlords. […]

City Life

Two People Shot at Maverick Station in East Boston

Update: Tuesday, 4:12 p.m. Police say the first victim was shot while disembarking a Blue Line train, while the second victim was standing on the […]

City Life

GentriWatch: It Was Nice Knowing You, Allston

Welcome to GentriWatch, where we look for signs of gentrification happening around the city. DEVELOPERS ARE LICKING their chops, eyeing up the area surrounding Western […]