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Details on Kitchen, Bringing Edible History to the South End

The South End will soon be injected with a hefty dose of food history thanks to Kitchen, which will take over the former Pops space […]

Restaurants

Chestnut Hill's The Urban Grape to Open in the South End

Great news for South End oenophiles: popular Chestnut Hill-based wine shop The Urban Grape will set up shop at 303 Columbus Ave. by early fall. […]

Wellness

South End Infectious Disease Lab: “Like It’s a Lady in Waiting”

South End Infectious Disease Lab: “Like It’s a Lady in Waiting.” Things have still not progressed too far for the beleaguered Boston University National Emerging […]

Restaurants

The Kitchen Spy: A Look Inside Jamie Bissonnette's South End Pad

Welcome to The Kitchen Spy, where we visit local chefs’ home kitchens, and force them to open up their fridge, drawers, and cabinets. Bissonnette works […]

City Life

The South End Doesn't Run on Dunkin'

Controversy has been brewing (sorry, couldn’t resist) in the 02118 for months over a proposed 3,000 square-foot Dunkin’ Donuts shop at 655 Tremont Street — […]

Restaurants

A Peek Inside Siena Farms' Brand New South End Store

All photos by Leah Mennies Until recently, if you wanted to take home some of the expansive variety of produce from Siena Farms—a Sudbury farm […]

Style

Store Opening: Recycle Studio

When it comes to spinning, “no pain, no gain” seems to be the operative mantra. But taking a spin class at your gym often means […]

Small Bite: Darryl’s Corner Bar and Kitchen

Darryl’s is a happy, welcoming place, but it would do well to organize the menu more tightly around the southern-fusion fare it does best.

A Room of One’s Own

A warm welcome, please, to the city’s first legit (and much-needed) fashion showroom.

Style

South End Holiday Stroll

By: Caroline Jones Think holiday shopping has to be a drag? Think again. This Wednesday, December 8 from 4 to 8 p.m., your favorite South […]

Restaurants

First Bite: Parish Café South End

Eighteen years after Parish Café —that neighborhood purveyor of celebrity chef-created sandwiches—opened its doors in the Back Bay and became a fixture for area residents […]

Icon: The South End Rail Way

When designing the South End’s signature brick bowfront homes, 19th-century developers added an old-school version of house bling: intricate cast-iron railings, balustrades, and fences. In […]

The South End Is So Over

Overrun with velvet ropes, $8 tomatoes, and a Washington-Street-by-way-of-Route-9 crowd, the South End has some once proud residents wondering just what the hell happened to the former hippest neighborhood in town.