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Five Stylish Winter Coat Options to Improve Your Wardrobe for Cold Weather

FOR SKI GEAR Alps & Meters Tired of the usual ski-gear options? Consider something a little less RoboCop and a little more 1960s St. Moritz […]

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Everything You Need To Know about the Virtual Boston Marathon

The cancellation of the Boston Marathon this year—for the first time in 124 years—is one of the many great cultural casualties of COVID-19. There are […]

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Are Live-Streamed Workouts the Future of Boston Fitness?

During my sixth midday jog around Jamaica Pond in seven days, on an unseasonably warm day in March, I couldn’t help but think that this […]

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Go the Distance With These Five Boston Run Clubs

For fun Boston Midnight Runners Glowsticks, heart-pumping music, and a crowd that’s ready to party: No, it’s not a hot new nightclub, it’s one of […]

City Life

Let’s Put the Social in Social Distancing

The age of social distancing is officially here. While just a few weeks ago, life in Boston was humming along more or less as normal, […]

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13 Hidden Gem Running Routes Around Boston

A workout routine is a great thing to have. Falling into a rhythm keeps you consistent, and making exercise a habit ensures it actually gets […]

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12 Bars and Breweries with Running Clubs

If running and beer aren’t a match made in heaven, we don’t know what is. But don’t just settle for the free pour at the […]

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10 Reasons Why Boston Is the Best Running City in America

We run morning and night. We push through rain and snow. When our bodies say stop, our hearts say go.

City Life

Topsfield’s Abbey D’Agostino Wins Olympic Sportsmanship Award

She may not have walked away with an Olympic medal, but local athlete Abbey D’Agostino is not leaving Rio without some major recognition. The Topsfield […]

City Life

Topsfield’s Abbey D’Agostino: Olympic Hero

No one wants to fall at the Olympics. But sometimes it’s not a medal, but the way you respond to adversity that can help make […]

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Healthy and Scenic Commutes in Boston

Squeeze in a little extra exercise—and avoid those MBTA fare hikes—by walking or biking your commute.

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An Inside Look at New Balance, 3D-Printed Shoes, and the Future of Fast

In a nondescript mill building opposite the Lawrence Commuter Rail station, New Balance is trying to change the way you move. The Lawrence facility may […]

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A New Crop of High-Tech Running Shoes

Just in time for marathon season.

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Nine Fun Runs to Try This Summer

We get it: Sometimes, running in a regular race can get boring. Mix it up this summer by signing up for a fun run. These runs test […]

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The Most Pounded Pavement in Boston Is…Everywhere

Mapbox, a Washington D.C.-based open-source mapping platform, teamed up with Boston-based RunKeeper and compiled maps of the routes runners take in a variety of cities […]