The Interview

Travel

The Interview: Hotel Developer Robin Brown

Boston’s most recognizable hotelier is opening a hip boutique spot in…Allston? If anyone can convince high rollers to stay in a once-grungy college neighborhood, it’s this guy.

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The Interview: Red Sox Pitcher Joe Kelly

The Red Sox’s puckish pitcher is nothing but trouble—and is winning fans’ hearts one prank (and punch) at a time.

Arts & Entertainment

The Interview: Jill Medvedow

The ICA director made her name by bringing the weird, wild world of contemporary art to the masses. But is a new gallery in East Boston her most radical vision yet?

Restaurants

The Interview: Roger Berkowitz

The legendary head of Legal Sea Foods talks Old Boston versus New Boston and finally reveals the real story behind President Donald Trump’s near snub of his world-famous clam chowder.

Arts & Entertainment

The Interview: Diane Paulus

Ahead of the hotly anticipated debut of Jagged Little Pill this month at the A.R.T., the world-famous artistic director gets tough on Boston’s business community—and that’s a good thing.

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The Interview: Jeff Miron, Economist and Harvard Professor

The Harvard financial wiz hates taxes, loves golf, and tackles the question that should be on everybody’s mind: Is our economy heading over a cliff?

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The Interview: Andrea Campbell

Is Boston’s new city council president the (next) most powerful politician in the city?

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The Interview: Cam Neely

The Bruins president and hometown hero dislikes interviews and avoids them at all costs, but that doesn’t stop him from opening up to us about his life on and off the ice after more than 30 years in Boston.

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The Interview: Matt Siegel

He thinks Tom Brady is odd, hates Donald Trump, and after 37 years, Matty in the Morning is still the king of Boston radio, with no plans to give up the throne anytime soon.

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The Interview: John King on CNN, Elections, and Donald Trump’s Tweets

He grew up delivering the Herald in Dorchester. Now he’s one of the nation’s most respected newsmen—not to mention Donald Trump’s nemesis.

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The Interview: Atul Gawande

The famed surgeon and writer on why healthcare in Boston is a decade ahead of everywhere else.

Arts & Entertainment

The Interview: Matthew Teitelbaum

The MFA director reveals the secret to buying art and the one local he really hopes will come for a visit (hint: his initials are TB).

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The Interview: Rafael Reif

The MIT president wants to take Donald Trump back to science class.

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The Interview: Harvey Mansfield

Warning: This interview may offend you. And Harvey Mansfield, Harvard’s most controversial conservative professor, couldn’t care less.

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The Interview: Marty Walsh

He’s seen the Olympics crash, the economy rise, the middle class fade, and GE arrive. Now, Mayor Marty Walsh sits down to talk about why he wants four more years in office. Will you give it to him?