These 51 innovative people and organizations did extraordinary things last year, reshaping the way we live and work.
After centuries of being defined by brownstones, Boston is in the midst of a condo tower boom. Is that so bad? By Dante Ramos
Your Home: Makeovers
Work and home life meld nicely for this duo with a passion for renovating. By Marni Elyse Katz
When you were a kid, you probably spent hours outside and unsupervised. It’s not that way anymore. By Melissa Schorr
A face-off for elixir-of-life bragging rights.
Do you mention the dead insect? Plus, thirdhand fear.
Dinner with Cupid
Will the secret chaperones sabotage this date?
Patty Dann on life, liberty, and the love of driving.
Add grilled chicken and veggies for distinctive main-course salads.
Bejewel, bedeck, and bedazzle with bold jewelry, from cosmic earrings to geometric necklaces.
Out & About
A Friday fete in Boston and a 75th anniversary gala for the Music Center in Lenox.
With fascinating history, costumed interpreters, an aquarium, and more, the town has charm to spare.
Your calendar of events, concerts, and more into fall.
A sampling of the area’s best restaurants, from Globe critics.
Readers respond to stories about a football team that changed the rules, unexpected sports stars, and a white dad’s concerns for his black sons.
Tales from the City
He knows what he doesn’t want to be when he grows up.
Will this forensic investigator steal his heart away?
It seems like the lack of good manners isn’t just a problem with kids today.
For three months a year we house players and eat, sleep, and breathe baseball.