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Top Chef’s New Season Has Tons of Boston Flavor

Dorchester native Valentine Howell Jr. had a wave of nausea while standing at the judges’ table, but once the Boston-based chef reminded himself that this […]

Arts & Entertainment

The Tao of Celtics Owner Wyc Grousbeck

Wyc Grousbeck is frustrated. It’s been six months since his Celtics lost in the playoffs, failing to bring home championship No. 18, and like most […]

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Arts & Entertainment

Boston-Area Husband-Wife Duo Team Up in HGTV’s New “Fix My Frankenhouse”

Many of us spent a good chunk of 2020 within the same four walls. And when you’re spending 24 hours a day confined to what’s […]

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Arts & Entertainment

Selling Sunset’s Emma Hernan Answers All Your Burning Questions

Anyone who watches Selling Sunset knows you come for the high-end listings, but stay for the drama. The Netflix reality series follows agents at the […]

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Arts & Entertainment

The First Trailer for the New Julia Child Show Is Here

Noted Cambridge resident, internationally beloved chef, and all-around icon Julia Child has had a long run in pop culture. From the days of her game-changing […]

Arts & Entertainment

What the Latest Show Set in Boston Nails about the City and Its Drinking Culture

It’s a harsh truth known to many Bostonians that our representation in the media is a little one note. You can’t fault people from outside […]

City Life

GBH Canceled Arthur. Despite Its Best Efforts, It Couldn’t Cancel Arthur Memes

Arthur, the PBS show produced by GBH in Boston for the past 25 years, is over. Its last season, sadly, will air early next year, […]

Arts & Entertainment

Five Takeaways from a Conversation with Charlie Moore

He has a flashy designer wardrobe, a thick Boston accent, and a bright-yellow Lamborghini—in other words, not exactly what you’d expect from a typical outdoorsman. […]

Arts & Entertainment

Am I the Only One Who Still Knows What GBH’s Zoom Was?

Welcome to “One Last Question,” a series where research editor Matthew Reed Baker tackles your most Bostonian conundrums. Have a question? Email him at onelastquestion@bostonmagazine.com. Question: […]


Behind the Mask of the Phantom Gourmet

Like all great performers, brothers Dan and Dave Andelman have a keen understanding that the show must go on. So one day in late March, […]

Arts & Entertainment

The Interview: MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell

Is it any surprise that one of cable news’s most progressive prime-time stars calls Boston his hometown? After a career that’s included stints in Washington […]

Arts & Entertainment

You Can Now Visit Provincetown (from Home!) by Streaming a New TV Show

It’s May, in case you’ve completely lost track. In another timeline, right about now, the annual droves would be starting to slowly descend on Provincetown, […]


Six “Top Chef” Episodes to Binge-Watch to Get to Know Boston’s Two All-Star Contestants

It’s been a pretty bleak week for local food lovers, but here’s one bright spot: Top Chef returns to the airwaves on Thursday, March 19. […]

Arts & Entertainment

The Interview: ATK Cohosts Bridget Lancaster and Julia Collin Davison

When Bostonians need to know how to debone a duck or make a tasty New Year’s Day brunch, most eyes turn to America’s Test Kitchen’s […]


Meet the Massachusetts Chef Launching a Bourdain-Inspired, New England Cooking Show

UPDATE, Friday, April 24: Years in the making, chef Joe Gatto’s From Scratch finally premieres tonight at 10 p.m. on PlutoTV (channel 611 FoodTV). Catch […]