Dining Out reviews
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A pelagic birding trip off Provincetown produced 75 Cory’s, 500 great, 750 sooty and 550 Manx shearwaters, a Leach’s storm-petrel, and more.
So rich, so custardy.
Skewered shrimp cook in the broiler or on the grill
Hungry to connect with their culture, a new generation turns to food -- bringing back bagels, pastrami, and other traditional fare in the process
A classic pairing makes a fine fall appetizer
Somerville’s Veggie Crust caters to vegans, too
Leeks, corn, tomatoes, and herbs brighten this eggy dish
One thing you can predict: The place is unpredictable
Advice from Amy Dickinson
By the Glass
Their book is the culmination of intensive research throughout the wine’s region
SproutsIO revolutionizes gardening through technology.
Popped sorghum has a similar texture to popcorn.
It was designed with the user in mind.
The Garlic Twister does the job.
Casco Bay Butter Co. uses high-quality cream from small dairies throughout New England.
A leftover noodle pudding, eaten sooner than expected.
Colorful and complex enough for a holiday celebration.
The former WEEI host lands a new job on Binnie Media’s Frank-FM stations.
The actor was spotted dining out at Pier 6, we’re told.
WBZ-TV’s Liam Martin, actress Alexandra Socha, and Mayor Marty Walsh were among the thousands who participated in Sunday’s fund-raiser.
Julian Edelman and Danny Amendola will appear on an episode that looks at the complicated lives of pro football players.
John Nash inspired the film “A Beautiful Mind,” in which he was portrayed by Russell Crowe.
His fiancee is a legal secretary from Las Vegas.
It has nothing to do with Satan.
The event raised $15,000 for the nonprofit.
The historian and Brandeis grad discusses movie based on her book.
Over 2,000 guests were in attendance, and $1.6 million was raised at the fund-raising gala.
‘Loose change makes so much unnecessary noise. Still looking for that damn cent sign!’ TARAJI P. HENSON, firing back at rapper/producer 50 Cent after he criticized her show “Empire”
He has the app open while he’s driving, and will put the phone in his lap and repeatedly look down at it.
In the age of Flint’s water crisis, the beautiful former High Service Pumping Station in Chestnut Hill is ripe for a visit.
We caught up with Boston Theater Company artistic director Joey Frangieh to talk about all things travel.
So it’s time to recharge with a tough hike and some alone-time in an unforgettable place, but you can only spare three nights away? Easy choice: Grand Canyon National Park.
Bali was perfect for our girls’ trip: serene, beautiful, interesting, cultural, and enough of challenge to feel like a real adventure.
On the Block
Charming detail adds to curb appeal in Norton and Cohasset.
I fell asleep, but awoke after a few minutes to my younger sister and a friend engaging in extremely animated intercourse.
Here’s a sampling of regional clubs and tournaments, as well as shops that sell unique cribbage boards, including Red Sox boards.
Practice on the field for 2 1/2 hours. Run 5,800 yards. Spend hours sitting in meetings...that’s all in a day’s work for the New England Patriots wide receiver.
I’m not sure if I’m antisocial or asocial (or what), but I have a hard time making friends.
“Well, you know, the republic is under siege by a moron, basically,” the musician told Rolling Stone.
He broke up with me citing that he “loves me but is not in love with me,” but is open to dating again if I end up in Boston after school.
Dishes like roasted salade nicoise promise easy prep, easier clean up.
Two RISD grads created an educational board game about menstruation. No kidding.
Looking for an offbeat, blunt take on why Ted Cruz would endorse Donald Trump after his convention snub?
Dark hardware, appliances, trim, doors, and walls are on the upswing.
A roundup of local celebrity sightings and other news of note.
Singer can’t stomach Fox News on the screen at Logan Airport
ASK THE CARPENTER
Contractor Rob Robillard takes on reader questions about rubber roofs that won’t drain and don’t repel the heat.
MY FIRST HOME
They told us buying in Boston was a numbers game: Expect to bid on at least three places.
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION
Pardis Saffari, 37, an economic development specialist for the city, bought her first condo here seven years ago.