Walking through first class makes passengers more likely to have air rage

It’s not exactly a walk of shame, but passengers flying economy are clearly not happy when they must pass through first class on their way to smaller seats.

Dining Out

Dining Out reviews

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Check out the Globe’s reviews of dozens of Boston-area restaurants.

Design New England

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An architect turns his old barn in Newport, Rhode Island, into a light-filled multipurpose haven for family and guests.

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Lawyer says Kansas activist tried to intimidate doctor

An anti-abortion activist intended to intimidate a Wichita physician when she sent a letter suggesting someone might place an explosive under the doctor’s car, a Justice Department lawyer told jurors in opening statements in her civil trial Tuesday.

Hippie home life

Things you’d be likely to find on a Vermont commune in the 1970s:

Kate Daloz inside her childhood home, a geodesic dome in West Glover, Vt.

Back to the land revisited

James Sullivan writes about the book “We Are as Gods” and the back to the land movement of the 1970s.


A beloved oven repurposed at Journeyman

When the restaurant switched to wood fire, the owners found a new use for the appliance.

Ask Amy

Former friend flees first, worries later

Advice from Amy Dickinson

from the bar

How to make Foundry on Elm’s Oaxacan Rose cocktail

The mezcal cocktail is smoky and sour.

Jordan Bailey


A look at the chef taking the reins from Michael Leviton at Lumiere

Jordan Bailey likes “grandma food” and wants to make things a little more fun.

Left: A dish from Whitehall’s restaurant, Pig + Poet. Right: the bedroom in the Lark Suite.

By Lauren Daley | Globe correspondent

A colorful Camden camp

Maine’s Whitehall opens for the Season May 8.

A man held a dead rat at the main garbage dump in the city of Peshawar.

Pakistani city struggles to end rat rampage

More than 400 people in Peshawar have been bitten over the past month.

More than half of teens ‘addicted’ to phones, poll says

About a third of those polled also noted daily arguments over screen time.

Retired farmer Gene Hanson plowed the football-size symbol of Prince in a corn field in Edgeley, N.D.

North Dakota man plows Prince’s symbol in farm field

A retiree in a tiny community in North Dakota has paid tribute to Prince in perhaps the most unique way a farmer can.

home of the week

Young Davis Square condo stays true to industrial roots

The fourth-floor condo has a roof deck and exterior walls of glass.

Perspective | Globe Magazine

A letter to moms from a woman without children

For Mother’s Day, here are the promises I make to you, my dear friends with kids.

May 23, 2005; Sonoma, CA, USA; Scenic vineyards and rolling hills in Sonoma Wine Country. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Krista Kennell/ZUMA Press. (©) Copyright 2005 by Krista Kennell Library Tag 03292006 Food

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A down-to-earth wine tour in Sonoma Valley

Compared with flashier Napa, the feeling is more laid-back in Sonoma  — the perfect place to learn a little something while you sip.

The most outrageous outfits at the Met Gala

With a technology theme, it’s no surprise that some of the gowns and getups presented on the red carpet were brow-raising.

Sriracha + maple + cashews = yes

These spicy-sweet nuts from Vermont are irresistible.

Roasted radishes with white wine-mustard sauce

Recipe for roasted radishes with white wine-mustard sauce

It’s time to reclaim the hot radish.

Roasted lamb with minted spring peas

Recipe for roasted lamb with minted spring peas

This celebratory feast comes together in no time.

Cinnamon crumb scones

Recipe for cinnamon crumb scones

A lovely quick bread made from pantry staples.

Lisa Zwirn's recipe for black bean soup.

The confident cook

Kick the can: How to cook beans from scratch

It’s easy, and it makes a world of difference to your soup

10 years of beautiful baked goods at Vicki Lee’s

She wins fans with classic tarts and Really Good Sandwiches.

Vegetarian pozole

Recipe for vegetarian pozole

No pork, plenty of flavor.

Pork and beef meatballs with garlic bread at Capo in South Boston.

Dining out

Simple, honest, affordable: Capo serves South Boston a taste of the North End

Tony Susi’s Italian fare is about ingredients, not ego.

Poached halibut with edamame pesto

Recipe for poached halibut with edamame pesto

Salute your mother with this elegant springtime meal.

Red snapper in a tomatillo salsa made by chef Spring Sheldon in Huatulco, Oaxaca.

Food & TRavel

A Boston chef finds slow food in coastal Oaxaca

She worked at Steel & Rye and was personal chef to a member of Aerosmith. Then she fell in love with Mexico.

Pavlova with oranges and pistachios

Recipe for Pavlova with oranges and pistachios

A light dessert with lots of fresh oranges and plenty of whipped cream.

Cara Mangini.


What does a ‘vegetable butcher’ do, anyway?

Cara Mangini explains, and offers some advice on preparation.

You put your tea in my ice cream

Tea-infused flavors are subtle and light.

The joy of a giant superstore stocked with booze

Total Wine & More is a chain. It’s huge. It’s not local. And a visit is endlessly entertaining.

Recipe for cinnamon-pecan biscuits

Start Mother’s Day off right.

Banh mi sandwich with lemongrass chicken and sweet potato fries.

Cheap Eats

In Maynard, Vietnamese fare is just what the neighborhood ordered

Gigi’s Restaurant serves pho, vermicelli bowls, and more, with polish.

Gus Rancatore and Markrete Krikorian at a Massachusetts Institute of Technology seminar on ice cream.

A side of science

Exploring the science of ice cream, via Toscanini’s inspired flavors

At an MIT lecture, and in the shop, chemistry meets culture.

Danielle Rehfeld's recipe for spaghetti with yogurt and garlic.

The dish my mother made me

Chatachtuma, spaghetti with yogurt and garlic, is a remnant of a culture almost lost.

Gisele Bundchen attended the Gisele Bundchen Spring Fling book launch in New York City.


Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen missing from Met Gala

It seems like the Patriots quarterback and his supermodel spouse took a pass this year.

Black bean soup with avocado, cilantro, and lime.

Recipe for black bean soup with avocado, cilantro, and lime

Customize your bowl of soup with Mexican garnishes served at the table.

A colander designed for the tiniest grains

Wash and drain them easily. No one escapes OXO’s new Rice & Grains Washing Colander.

Recipe for chatachtuma (spaghetti with yogurt and garlic)

My mother made it for me, and her mother made it for her

Ask Amy

Mysterious messages raise relationship questions

Advice from Amy Dickinson

Bird Sightings

Bird sightings on Cape Cod

Recent bird sightings on Cape Cod as reported to the Massachusetts Audubon Society.

Taylor Swift before the Met Gala.

A-listers show off edgy fashion pieces at Met Gala

Taylor Swift was among those who surprised, wearing a short silver sequined Louis Vuitton gown with high black gladiator sandals.

Boston chef and restaurateur Joanne Chang has earned her first James Beard award. She was named outstanding baker at Monday’s awards ceremony.

Joanne Chang of Flour finally wins a James Beard award

Chang was on her way to becoming the Susan Lucci of the Beards — until Monday, when she won the award for outstanding baker.

Malia Obama will attend Harvard University in 2017 after taking a year off from her studies.

Malia Obama sparks interest, but gap years are rare

The announcement that Malia Obama will take a year off before starting at Harvard has triggered a wave of commentary.

The benefits of slow parenting

Between multiple children, nonstop e-mails, and afterschool activities, some families are carving out unhurried time just for themselves.

FILE - In this March 11, 2011 file photo, children take advantage of warmer weather, as they play on a playground at sunset in Armstrong Park, in Lafayette, Ind. Playground concussions are on the rise, a government study found, and monkey bars and swings are most often involved. Most injuries were mild, but the researchers say the trend raises public health and safety concerns. (Jordan Kartholl /Journal & Courier via AP, File) MANDATORY CREDIT; NO SALES; TV OUT; RADIO OUT; LOCAL INTERNET OUT

Monkey bars, swings most often involved in playground concussions, CDC study finds

The research also found that playground concussions, a potentially serious injury, are on the rise.

In this undated photo released on Sunday by Kensington Palace, Britain's Princess Charlotte is shown at Anmer Hall in Norfolk, England.

New photos of Princess Charlotte mark 1st birthday

Kensington Palace officials said the images were taken by Princess Charlotte’s mother, Kate.


‘The Biggest Loser’ contestants’ weight struggles a boon for science

A study of Season 8’s participants has yielded surprising new discoveries about the physiology of obesity.