Push the button to see a random draw using the same formula as the NBA Draft lottery.
Batali bursts into town with Babbo
Mario Batali’s arrival in Boston seems to cement the Innovation District’s transformation from grit to glitz.
Townsman puts fresh shine on New England tradition
This downtown restaurant from chef Matt Jennings offers strong hospitality and regional fare updated with world ingredients.
Roche Bros. unveils downtown store
The two-level shop will operate largely in a space previously occupied by Filene’s Basement in Downtown Crossing.
Greek-inspired chicken saute fills pita sandwiches
A chicken saute made with tomatoes, olives, feta, and Greek oregano can be used the following day for pita sandwiches.
Recipe for chicken saute with feta, olives, and tomatoes
Mix up the traditional Sunday roast chicken routine with a Greek-inspired chicken saute.
Recipe for Greek chicken-salad sandwiches in pita
Take some of the cooked chicken and combine it with a Greek salad for fresh, filling pita sandwiches.
Arugula-walnut pesto with pasta
Toasting the walnuts gives the pesto a real flavor boost, but watch them carefully; they go from toasty to burnt in minutes.
A rainbow of other-bean hummuses
Eat Well Embrace Life offers a virtual rainbow of eight other-bean hummuses that reimagine the dip.
This isn’t nuts
At first glance, the Drosselmeyer nutcracker resembles a plumber’s tool, but once you know what it is, it makes perfect sense.
Ice cream sandwiches are pure bliss
A Frozen Hoagies brick-and-mortar offers 18 ice cream flavors to pair with 15 kinds of cookies.
Ceviche four ways at Olé
Four distinct ceviches are on the menu at Ole Mexican Grill’s new ceviche bar.
Anthony Fantano brings Needle Drop to Middle East
The online music reviewer will host an evening of music chatter, both serious and lighthearted.
Ambreen Butt demonstrates art of diplomacy
Butt, a Pakistani-born artist associated with political work, shows new murals that spin sly, subversive variations on traditional ceramic tile patterns.
‘Finding Neverland’ shut out in Tony Award nominations
Nominations for best musical went instead to “An American in Paris,’’ “Fun Home,’’ “Something Rotten!,’’ and “The Visit.”
Tsarnaev’s defense team cites sway of mother, brother
The defense identified his mother — not just his older brother Tamerlan — as a major force in destabilizing the family.
The Telling Room gives young immigrant writers a voice
The Portland program uses storytelling to foster personal and artistic growth in young people, many from refugee and immigrant families.
Boston doctors, rescuers rush to help Nepal effort
A Boston-based rescue service for international travelers said it would send helicopters and medical teams to Mount Everest.
Mary Bonauto set to argue for gay marriage before Supreme Court
On Tuesday, the Maine-based attorney will lead what could be the final fight in the battle she began in Massachusetts 12 years ago.
National Guard activated as violence shakes Baltimore
Protesters looted stores, set fires, and pelted police in riot gear with rocks following the funeral of Freddie Gray.