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Roger Berkowitz Adds a New Seafood Business to His Fish-Filled Resume

Good news for seafood lovers nationwide: A very familiar face in the business has launched an online fish market, shipping flash-frozen seafood and prepared dishes […]

City Life

What Would It Take for Boston to Become a Car-Free City?

In late May, three dozen people gathered online to ponder post-pandemic life in Boston. There were hospital workers, nannies, software developers, biotech researchers, analysts, and […]

Life & Style

What’s the Future of Boston’s Retail Storefronts?

It was early March BC (Before COVID-19) when I found myself with the sudden urge to buy a certain Bottega Veneta square-toe pump that had […]

Life & Style

As Retail Reopens, Shop These Black-Owned Stores around Boston

Phase Two of the grand reopening plan for Massachusetts rolled out last week, and that included the cautious return to in-person shopping at nonessential retail. […]

City Life

After Devastating Flooding, Some South End Businesses Must Start from Scratch

The coronavirus pandemic has been devastating for local businesses—and for the artists and makers of the South End’s SoWa district, things have gone from bad […]


Six Local CSAs in Boston to Sign Up for Right Now

Grocery shopping used to be a semi-enjoyable experience. I remember perusing the aisles of Whole Foods on my lunch break looking for a snack I […]

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Life & Style

Will Boston’s Indie Boutiques and Salons Survive the Shutdown?

If you’re anything like me, you’ve probably been noticing the steady drip of emails from national retailers touting what you need to wear to “WFH.” […]