Tile floors and Corian countertops in an antique home’s kitchen in Andover help create a simple, practical space for cooking, entertaining, and getting cozy.By Jaci Conry
September 23, 2012 Your Home // Kitchens & Baths
Milton fantasy-game producers get extraordinary new kitchen
When husband and wife game pros revamp their home kitchen, the result is something extraordinary. By Marni Elyse Katz
A physician/woodworker uses extra drawers and shelves designed to minimize clutter. By Christie Matheson
An unusual window in this Swampscott home’s master bath plays hide-and-seek with the ocean view. By Jaci Conry
Who and what will decide the race — or at least who and what the campaigns are betting on. By Scott Helman
A sound that says ‘home’ to neighbors. By Scott Helman
And what to do about it. By Robin Abrahams
Can a 66-year-old get the hang of Facebook? By Gary A. Kaplan
Marc Simpson, associate director of Williams College’s art history grad program, talks about the restored Homer studio on Prouts Neck that opens Tuesday.
Three stylish locals wear brightly colored trousers with panache. By Tina Sutton
Dinner With Cupid
Will these two blind daters bond over Italian cuisine?
Mmmmm good. By Adam Ried
A Restaurant’s Take
In Cambridge, a grown-up version of the classic--with grilled cheese.
On the Block
The entrances on these properties--in Brockton, East Bridgewater, and Natick--are conversation pieces.
Out and About
It’s back-to-school time. Check out the UMass Minuteman, Boston College fans, and a very happy third-grader.
Your Week Ahead
BeanTown Jazz Festival, Boston Fashion Week, Topsfield Fair, and more
The Stoneham-bred funnyman, who is performing at the Calderwood Pavilion on Saturday, makes a joke on Twitter.
Tales From the City
Miscommunication over a bike trick.
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