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My siblings put my boyfriend through a ‘trial phase’

It’s usually really rough, and they can be very aggressive and rude about how they feel.

David Hoberman at Suffolk University.

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David Hoberman talks producing at Suffolk University

The two-day workshop with the TV and film producer had the students discussing scripts that were sent to them in advance, and then delving into their own works-in-progress.

Margaret Burke

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Margaret Burke to retire from Concord Museum

The executive director, who has headed the museum since 2011, will step down at the end of the month.

Dinner With Cupid

Blind date: ‘My body started to cry out for more cold medication’

Will cold and flu season thwart these daters?

Style Watch

Rich color and custom paint make for a dramatic dining room

The recently relocated home owners wanted their Newton Victorian to be both stylish and family-friendly.

Detail of “Man With Beaded Suit,” Max Stern, 2017. Mardis Gras Indians drum, dance, and chant in paintings by Robert Freeman and photographs by Stern, at Adelson Galleries Boston.

Your Week Ahead

Five things to do, Feb. 26-March 4

New Discovery Museum (re)opens, Steven Pinker’s new book, Mardi Gras Indians in the South End, and more.

Who should get priority for seating on the MBTA?

Miss Conduct

Advice: I’m 64. Is it fair to ask for a seat on the T?

I expect younger folks to gladly stand up on the T when someone older comes along.

Nancy Kerrigan skated with local kids at the Stoneham Ice Arena.

NAMES

The day I tried to skate with Nancy Kerrigan in Stoneham

The figure-skating superstar made a public appearance at the Stoneham Arena on Thursday afternoon.

A group of graduates posed for a picture during the 2016 Trinity College commencement. The school has announced that undergraduate costs for the 2018-2019 academic year will top $71,000.

Several colleges in New England now cost $70,000 — or more

It’s well known that attending a private university in the Northeast is expensive. But the price tag has now risen above $70,000 at some schools.

obsession

Online art auction with contemporary offerings, all tied to Maine

The CMCA offers art by 50 emerging and established artists, with all proceeds benefiting the organization.

hot ticket

Lighten up in the Seaport

Is the dreary weather getting you down? Brighten your mood by heading to the Seaport for a bounce on an illuminated, musical seesaw.

Nantucket Kids’ Mommy and Me line includes coordinating outfits.

Fashion

Like to dress your tots in classics? Check out Nantucket Kids.

Andrea Romito’s shop, specializing in classic boys and girls clothing, will open at 3 South Main St. in Cohasset in April.

Chef Joshua Smith at his Moody’s Delicatessen & Provisions in Waltham.

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Moody’s is spreading out

Plus: Legal Sea Foods will open Legal Fish Bowl at Boston’s Quincy Market Building this spring. Boston Chops is also expanding.

Connections | Magazine

How running (slowly) helped one dad bond with his daughters

Training for races gave us the gift of time, even though they lapped me.

The interior at MidiCi at Assembly Row in Somerville. The restaurant specializes in thin, chewy Neapolitan pizza.

Quick Bite

MidiCi opens in Assembly Row — and the crowd goes wild

Come here for crispy pizzas served fast and cheerfully. (If you can find parking.)

SIPS

A lively, lovely red from the French Southwest

The four-generations-strong Vigouroux family has crafted wine in Cahors, situated along the Lot River, since the late 19th century.

The focus of camps at Highland Mountain Bike Park is in the name.

Globe Magazine

Action sport summer camps might even make your kids smarter

Kids can learn rock climbing, skateboarding, parkour and more at New England camps, and get a cognitive boost to boot.

Globe Magazine

Eight ways parents can get kids ready for overnight camp

From dry runs to packing tips, veterans of sleepaway camp drama offer tips for keeping kids happy away from home.

Ask Amy

Friend who provides support needs some in return

Advice from Amy Dickinson.

Miss Conduct

Is there a right way for a man to help out women being talked over at the office?

In meetings, I’m really noticing how some men shut down women. I’d like to help put a stop to the problem.

Thousands enjoyed the balmy temperatures Wednesday at the annual Children's Winter Festival on Boston Common.

Children’s Winter Festival wasn’t at all wintry — and that was just fine

The crowds on Boston Common made the most of it, knowing perhaps that the warm temperatures would be short-lived.

Guests at the Lincoln Inn and Restaurant at the Covered Bridge are encouraged to linger over Chef Saromova’s finely plated dishes.

Restaurants with rooms: Come for the dinner; stay because you can

Here are five New England country inns with dining rooms that will satisfy the gastronomic desires of even the most serious of gourmet travelers.

Love Letters

Couple’s carefree lifestyle has gone to the dog

How do you get out of the mundane routine of everything? I feel like we’re an old couple at the age of 29 with kids (kids being our puppy).

Experience a bobsled run on the track at the Olympic Sports Complex in Lake Placid, N.Y.

Do you have Olympics fever? Head to Lake Placid, N.Y.

These are some of the activities that await intrepid outdoorsy types at the home of two past Winter Olympic Games, in 1932 and 1980.

An avocado marriage proposal

I was proposed to with an avocado

Please learn from my example.

Love Letters

Help me, Taylor Swift: My ex won’t hear me when I say we aren’t getting back together

For fear of hurting him, I didn’t tell him I’m expecting a baby with my new boyfriend. Should I have?

Students who survived the shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School, along with survivors of the Pulse nightclub shooting, before students boarded a bus in Parkland, Fla. on Tuesday.

Nestor Ramos

Parkland survivors face long road and journey is just beginning

The ascendance of the high school shooting activists has been heartening — but it has also been heartbreaking.

Coldilocks, the Philadelphia Zoo’s beloved polar bear, is credited with bringing attention to global warming.

Coldilocks, the oldest captive polar bear in the US, dies

‘‘She was really a great animal,’’ said Dr. Keith Hinshaw, director of animal health at the zoo. It was ‘‘spectacular’’ for Coldilocks to far surpass the average 23-year lifespan of a polar bear, he said.

Kilometer 0.0 of Ottawa’s Rideau Canal Skateway is at the Rideau Locks.

A skater’s life atop Ottawa’s Rideau Canal

Every winter, Ottawa’s Rideau Canal turns to ice and becomes the Rideau Canal Skateway.

The writer and her father with their feathered friends at Ireland’s School of Falconry at Ashford Castle.

Watching her like a hawk until she was fed up

We were on a hawk walk. I was doing this walk in synchronicity with my dad, who had his own hawk on his arm beside me. This was my birthday present to him, on his first trip to Ireland.

Rick Thomson, cofounder of Thomson Safaris.

Rick Thomson went from fixing lawn mowers to Tanzania, and somehow it makes perfect sense

A Q&A with the cofounder of Thomson Safaris of Watertown.

Jackson Cannon in Chartreuse, France.

In the VIP Lounge with Jackson Cannon

We caught up with the cocktail expert to talk about all things travel.

Check out the islands of Tahiti aboard the four-masted Wind Spirit.

Out at sea, without the scene

Here are five cruises for couples who aren’t the life of the party.

Here, there, and everywhere

If you think that river cruises are exclusive to old fuddy duddys, think again.

A cook preparing lunch in the Moroccan desert.

Late to the table, tourist destinations begin to accommodate travelers’ food issues

On the road, people typically have to eat all or most of their meals at restaurants or hotels. On cruise ships and international flights, and at all-inclusive resorts, they’re practically held captive. When you’ve got dietary restrictions, that can make things difficult.

Travel Troubleshooter

He tried to book a hotel, so why did he end up with a timeshare pitch?

When George Feld booked a hotel in Orlando, he was transferred to the sales department for a timeshare.

Shot of an attractive young woman in workout gear doing yoga on a rooftop

Here are 5 ways to get fit fast for spring

It has arrived — that fateful day when the mercury soars and Bostonians realize we cannot hide under that enormous down coat forever.

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Dropkick Murphys, Magic Hat create a beer for the barroom

The Dropkick Murphys have teamed with Magic Hat to debut a new brew just in time for St. Patrick’s Day.

The Campfire at the Ritz-Carlton’s Avery Bar.

From the Bar

From the Bar: Get playful around the Campfire

Keep it drama-free between Valentine’s Day and St. Patrick’s.

A customer hold a piece of Kentucky Fried Chicken outside a KFC restaurant, Tuesday, July 13, 2010, in Mountain View, Calif. Yum Brands Inc., which owns Taco Bell, Pizza Hut and KFC, reports second-quarter results after the close of regular trading. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)

Hundreds of UK Kentucky Fried Chickens run out of, well, chicken

About 470 of the fried chicken chain’s 900 UK restaurants remained closed Tuesday because of a chicken shortage, according to KFC officials.

Globe Magazine

How science fixed my wandering mind

Could a stint in a Boston lab change my brain? I was willing to find out.

Globe magazine

Can’t focus? Try these attention-hacking tips to stay on task

It’s not as hard as you might think.

Ask Amy

Man is cast in Tennessee Williams domestic drama

Advice from Amy Dickinson.

Rotisserie chickens at the Boston Market in Medford.

Where is the best rotisserie chicken in Boston?

Sure they smell good, but that seductive part is often unrelated to taste. So we lined up birds from area chains to find the best-tasting.

These ingredients mimic what would go into an “America’s Harvest Box.”

CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK

Why the Trump administration’s new SNAP proposal is hard to swallow

When half of benefits are spent on shelf-stable ingredients, the results don’t look much like dinner.

How 10 rotisserie chickens fared in a bird-to-bird tasting

A bird-by-bird taste test analysis.