April 27, 2014 | Summer arts

Arts in New England

Sarah Moyer, a singer in the Boston area, performs some 200 times a year. Making a living on the competitive church-music circuit

A soprano and a composer share their struggles and successes. By Colin Fleming

Examiner


School of the sea

For this study abroad program, landlubbers need not apply. By Elizabeth Gehrman

Style Watch

“Paint splashes” cushion, $49 at BoConcept, 999 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, 617-588-7777 Home accents with splashes, drips, and dabs of color

Welcome spring with painterly pieces throughout the house. By Marni Elyse Katz

Connections


My dog friends

A strong bond has formed among the folks I’ve met walking my golden retriever. By Iris Goldman

Your Week Ahead


5 things to do in, around Boston: Week of April 27

Taste of the Nation, the Greenway and SOWA Open Markets, Harvard’s Arts First, and more.

Miss Conduct


Restroom dilemma: Should I scold woman over unwashed hands?

Plus, figuring out why a husband was invited to a party but his spouse wasn’t. By Robin Abrahams

A Restaurant’s Take

Just smashing

Bartenders at the Regal Beagle in Coolidge Corner have this cocktail down.

Dinner With Cupid

Pictured, Jamaal Eversley and Lindsay Mace. Blind date: Two peas in a pod

Will all their commonalities be enough to make a good match? By Eryn Carlson

Tales From the City

Is that on the menu?

Adventures in restaurant eating with a smart 7-year-old.

Comments

Readers respond to articles on manners, lawn care, and more

Letters to the editor on the proper way to eat corn and cronic lateness.