Beth Teitell

Beth Teitell is a features writer for the Boston Globe; an on-air commentator for public radio’s Marketplace program; and the author of two humorous books, “From Here to Maternity,” and “Drinking Problems at the Fountain of Youth.” She writes on a wide range of topics for the Globe, but whether she’s covering politics, sports, money, parenting –or lasagna – her goal is the same: to inform readers while also taking them through an enjoyable romp.

Latest stories

Don Draper, packing consultant

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Going cross country without even a gym duffle? No problem — everything fits in a supermarket paper bag.

At tech startups, older workers scramble to fit in

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Millennials’ ease with all things digital, social, and mobile is making even fortysomethings feel like old timers.

Deflategate may not hurt Pats badly in the wallet

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Tickets to the Patriots’s opening game, against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sept. 10, are selling for $300, up from $250 last year.

Are the Patriots bad-news proof?

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In the wake of Deflategate, some ticket prices are rising, Brady jerseys are selling briskly, and even the NFL’s million-dollar penalities aren’t as big as they sound.