MARCH 13, 2005
> The Metropolitan Club
> The MBTA’s Silver Line
> Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA
> Porter Square Books
> The Opera House gets a glamorous revival.
JANUARY 29, 2006
> Ashmont Grill
> IKEA — nine years later, we still have bookshelves to assemble.
> Eastern Standard
> Boston Derby Dames roll into town.
JANUARY 28, 2007
> H & M
> The Institute for Contemporary Art goes big on the waterfront.
> Bye-bye, tokens, hello, CharlieCards.
JANUARY 27, 2008
> Myers + Chang
> O Ya
> The Beehive
> The Natick Collection (bad name, great mall)
> Dustin Pedroia: the little hitter that could
JANUARY 25, 2009
> Hungry Mother
> Craigie on Main
> The Mandarin Oriental
> Apple’s great glass gadget store
JANUARY 31, 2010
> Ten Tables Cambridge
> The Greater Boston Food Bank sets up alongside 93 South.
> Il Casale
> Boston Book Festival. Um, how did we not have this already?
>New Pats receivers Rob Gronkowski (Gronk!) and Aaron Hernandez (whoops!)
> The Art of the Americas Wing at the MFA
> Converse opens its first US store.
> Legal Harborside
> Roxy’s ushers in the Age of the Food Trucks
> Sweet Cheeks
> Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum
> Yume Wo Katare
> The new wing at the old Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
> Ming Tsai’s Blue Dragon
> Shake Shack — because why should only New Yorkers get fat?
> Andris Nelsons picks up the BSO baton.
> The Greenway Carousel
> The Sinclair