In Maine, climate change is taking a toll
Maine, the state with the highest percentage of forested land, is uniquely vulnerable to climate change, scientists say.
The secret world of the Dunkin’ Donuts franchise kings
Inside the take-no-prisoners world of the Dunkin’ franchise kings.
You can’t go home when you’ve never left
There is nothing foreign about Marty Walsh’s first foreign trip as mayor.
If traditional cruises don’t float your boat, try these
These cruises offer nontraditional twists to their floating adventures.
For female stars, roles need more depth
Almost all of this season’s new female-driven shows utterly fail to make their leads interesting and textured.
Boston Lyric Opera renews its vision
Cautiously but surely, the largest company in New England has become a less predictable place.
Bill Littlefield on a father-son softball story
In retirement, Mo Englander was looking to stay busy. So his son, Matt, started him a team.
Lenny Clarke, the island hopper
Clarke, who now calls Chilmark (on Martha’s Vineyard) home, talks travel.
Odyssey Opera tests uncharted waters
Since emerging on the scene in 2013, Odyssey Opera has forged an idiosyncratic path with offbeat repertoire and a nomadic footprint.
An open letter to the BSO’s Andris Nelsons
Settle down. Innovate. Stay fit. Some friendly advice for the BSO’s new maestro.
Perfect accessories for cool-weather weddings
Personalize your special dress with deep gold, frosty silver, lush beading, delicate feathers.
All aboard, cat lovers and KISS fans
Imagine a cruise ship filled with cat lovers, cougars, or folks dressed as Frodo, or a boatload of chaps who are all named James Smith.
Who’s running the show?
Traditionally, there are two types of theme cruises: full ship charters, where a third party charters the entire ship, and a partial-ship charter, where a third party (special interest group) charters a block of rooms.
Trans-Atlantic sail with a novice: plain fun amid QM2 luxe
This is the only passenger liner that makes regularly scheduled Atlantic crossings from May to January.
Operas worth catching this season
Mark your calendars for these selected highlights from the current operatic season in Boston.
Beth Morrison Projects brings ‘Ouroboros’ to Boston
Beth Morrison Projects is a driving force in the difficult task of guiding new-music projects from conception to stage.