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Home & Property

Home Additions: Steel the Show

Since buying their 1907 Italian Renaissance Revival home in 2008, this Newton couple craved a big, modern space where they and their two sons could […]

Style

Rockport Group Opens Headquarters in West Newton

Things Boston is known for: athletes, students, history…and inevitably, shoes. The Rockport Group is the latest footwear company to open their headquarters closer to Boston. Now […]

City Life

Get to Know Shira Goodman, President and CEO of Staples

She’s the president and CEO of Staples.

City Life

Setti Warren Really Looks Like He’s Running for Governor

Newton Mayor Setti Warren appears to be teeing up a run against Gov. Charlie Baker in 2018. After announcing earlier this month that he does […]

City Life

Will Setti Warren Run for Governor?

It would mean taking on one of the most popular politicians in the country, but Newton Mayor Setti Warren may be on the path to […]

Arts & Entertainment

Lights! Camera! Newton?

How a tony Boston suburb became one of the most important towns in show biz.

City Life

Newton Taking ‘Appropriate Action’ After Students Fly a Confederate Flag

Students at Newton North High School have gotten a talking to from administrators after video showed them waving a Confederate flag out of a car […]

Restaurants

Restaurant Review: Little Big Diner

East meets MetroWest at David Punch and Daniel Scott’s offbeat gem of a ramen shop, creating a downtown-cool urban oasis in—where else?—Newton Centre.

Home & Property

Newton Was Named One of the Best Places to Live in the U.S.

Congrats, Newton, on coming in 31st place. In Money’s annual “Best Places to Live in America” report, our fair suburb to the west was ranked number […]

Home & Property

Newton Centre Ranks as Top Fourth Greenest Neighborhood in the Country

Newton Centre was just ranked one of the greenest neighborhoods in the country, and not because it’s home to a Green Line stop. A new report […]

Home & Property

Q&A: Interior Designer Liz Caan

On how the industry has changed and why she hates Pinterest.

City Life

Former Newton Daycare Worker Charged for Child Pornography

A former maintenance worker at a Newton daycare has been charged with child pornography. Arlington police arrested Mason Lister, 21, of Arlington, after they learned he […]

City Life

Was Tuukka Rask ‘Sick’ Eating Buffalo Wings After the Bruins Got Eliminated?

The Bruins were eliminated from playoff contention this week, thanks to a one-two punch of an embarrassing 6-1 loss to the Ottawa Senators, and the […]

Arts & Entertainment

Newton Native Wows Stephen Colbert with Dorm Restaurant Delicacies

Stephen Colbert booked one of New York’s hottest chefs as a guest for Wednesday’s episode of the Late Show–a Columbia University student who runs a […]

Arts & Entertainment

Bad News: Newton Native Matt LeBlanc’s Episodes May End with Season 5

Matt LeBlanc, if Episodes gets canceled, just know that we’ll be there for you. While speaking to reporters at Tuesday’s Television Critics Association’s winter press […]