From fashionistas to legal scholars, these tastemakers reveal how they set the city’s trends.
A few years ago, she decided that she needed to move somewhere colder than her native Fresno, Calif.
Some 300 guests attended the 71st annual gala at the Fairmont Copley Plaza.
This week it’s small-town Nazis and boughs of horror. Oh, and can we please really “Let It Go”?
Museum Store Sunday aims to connect shoppers with imaginative holiday offerings, while adding to museums’ bottom line
Ku De Ta focuses on designer brands like Alex and Ani, Free People, Joe’s Jeans, Mother Denim
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Items on display at the Cooper Gallery include masks, vessels, and figures.
From flipping out to flipping off, a review of the week in things.
As of this week, it has a permanent two-floor home in South Boston.
The luxury footwear brand has popped up at 44 Gloucester St. in the Back bay through March.
The Museum of Fine Arts has recently acquired paintings by artists Lawren Harris and David Alfaro Siqueiros.
The Cape Cod shop Elburne launches a pop-up at Dedham’s Legacy Place with local and ethically sourced home décor.
From flipping out to flipping off, a review of the week in things
Head to the Seaport for a “friendsgiving” cooking lesson at the Seaport Hotel’s Action kitchen
The industry darlings behind Opening Ceremony label visit Saks in Boston.
Newton’s Mr. Sid, the 50-year-old, family-run men’s clothier, is planning a smaller sibling at the One Seaport development.
With pressure mounting to produce a social-media worthy display, Halloween whisperers are earning big bucks.
On Thursday night, Charles Dutoit led the BSO in Berlioz’s “The Damnation of Faust.”
Originally from Bangalore, India, Singh now works as a software engineer in Boston.
Retailer toasts 70th anniversary with capsule collection
Visit Eastern Standard on Halloween for a Rumble at the Rat industry party, when the restaurant channels late, lamented neighborhood rock venue the Rathskeller.
Reyes didn’t really start taking photography seriously until he moved to Boston from Mexico in spring 2014.
“Beneath Our Feet” examines how we look at what’s underground and under the ocean.
Lexi and Taylor Lombara run a jewelry company with their mother, Lia Lombara.
Paradise is subjective, of course, but a good case could be made for Old Rexhame Terrace in Marshfield.
If your kids just can’t wait for Halloween to don their costumes, take heart: It’s coming early this year.
A dedicated brewing space makes it easier for friends to join you in preparing or sampling the beer.
In the inflamed local real estate market, $1 million no longer guarantees parking, outdoor space, or even a second bedroom.
Advice from Amy Dickinson.
Recent sightings as reported to the Massachusetts Audubon Society.
My 30-year-old son returned to live at home from several states away. Initially I thought he would be living at home for two or three weeks, but we have now hit 12 weeks.
Beer tasting rooms, lots of food, live music -- all at the Boston Center for the Arts this October.
Of Mercer places a premium on women’s empowerment and confidence.
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Top Indian designer teams up with local foundation.
I do not want this responsibility and the burden of taking care of a dog. My husband says he plans to get one, regardless of what I say.
Chris Schlesinger and Jamie Bissonnette compete in what is sure to be a delicious cook-off at The Automatic in Cambridge.
Maybe I’m just paranoid, but it feels as if sneakiness is in the air — though maybe that’s just the scent of hard drives burning at Russian consulates.
Meghan Hughes brings fashion down to earth with lines that let people focus on attitude and style, instead of mimicking models.
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A new book by the editor of America’s favorite interiors magazine offers tips.
In this era of Amazon drones and next-day shipping, Bollman hopes to create a throwback shopping experience.
A group of fashion experts will explain at the Cape Ann Museum in Gloucester on Sept. 7.
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Punch out, fold up, and be fabulous with paper versions of your favorite fashion icons.
Advice for the real world
What better way to recover from beach season than a walking tour on “Poxes and Prescriptions”?
Randolph Engineering has provided shades for the US Air Force since 1982, and now they offer their specs to the civilian market.
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Many retailers are struggling, but off-price behemoth TJX is looking to expand.