Career Collaborative celebrates job placement, development at leadership breakfast

The annual leadership breakfast for Boston nonprofit Career Collaborative recently drew a host of big names to the Harvard Club.


Malden’s Bobby Sager unveils his new book, ‘Invisible Sun,’ with a little help from buddy Sting

Bobby Sager celebrated the release of his new book at a launch party in New York City Tuesday night.

Full Moon in Cambridge — a true family favorite — to close within a month

The restaurant, which opened in 1997, is known for being an inviting place for kids and parents alike, with good food and also some train tables.

Room to Love: Living room shines in silver

The chandelier was the starting point for the design of this elegant Back Bay living room. Get more design inspiration at realestate.boston.com.


Counter intelligence: How to pick the right surface for your kitchen

What’s the difference between quartz and quartzite? Which materials chip easily? Get more home improvement advice at realestate.boston.com.


Jenny Slate’s grandmother made her steal a copy of The Boston Globe from a library

Slate told Conan O’Brien on his show Wednesday that her grandmother forced her to steal a copy of the Boston Globe from an elderly Jewish community.


Test-driving Bluestone Lane in Harvard Square

The coffee chain a far cry from Crema Café, which it replaced, in Harvard Square. Whether that bothers you is a matter of personal taste. But, yes, the coffee’s good.


$14.85 million Martha’s Vineyard estate rented this summer by the Obamas is under agreement

The Edgartown spread, owned by Celtics co-owner Wyc Grousbeck, has been on the market since 2015.


Want to save democracy? Start with your Little League

At the PTO meeting, in line at the grocery, getting my teeth cleaned — everyone, it seems, wants to talk about What We're Going To Do About America. So let's get started.

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Dealing with a long-distance breakup

The back story is that the stress had been piling up with school, work, loss of a parent, etc. That and doing long-distance. Flying to visit every few months for holidays ... it was a lot.

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5 things to do in Boston this weekend

Here are ways to get out of your home and not be bored in the city this weekend.

Frank, meet Beverly: L’Espalier chef opens new restaurant on North Shore

Frank McClelland, who closed Boston’s beloved special occasion destination in 2018, hopes guests will experience L’Espalier-level service, though at a more accessible price point.

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