National Chocolate Day is as good a day as any to feed your craving

Raise your hand if you know that next Monday, Oct. 28, is National Chocolate Day. You’re in good company if you didn’t know; neither did some of the area’s finest chocolate makers.


Jaylen Brown’s fund-raiser draws almost entire Celtics roster, plus Donnie Wahlberg

Marcus Smart’s impromptu performance was one of the highlights from Brown’s first community gala, hosted Saturday night at the city’s new casino.

Duchess of Sussex calls first year of marriage difficult

The former Meghan Markle says she “naively” dismissed the warnings about the British tabloids because as an American she didn’t understand how the the press in England worked.

From the country of Georgia, soulful wines full of character

These robust bottles have had a presence in Boston over the last five years.

Taza’s new line is smooth, lush, and creamy

The new Almond Milk Chocolate bars come in three flavors, Classic, Cashew Crunch, and Crispy Quinoa


Jennifer Lawrence marries art dealer Cooke Maroney in Newport

The Oscar winner tied the knot Saturday in Rhode Island during a ceremony and reception studded with Hollywood stars.


‘The Beach House’ director, producer discuss influences on their Cape Cod sci-fi horror hit

Jeffrey A. Brown, speaking by phone, ran through five influences on the sci-fi horror-thriller he shot in North Truro earlier this year.


Captain America to the rescue of Concord theatre group

Chris Evans, a Sudbury native, was on hand Saturday for the opening and dedication of a permanent home for Concord Youth Theatre, his childhood theatre company.

Seeing green in the White Mountains, Georgia couple builds vacation home that’s off the grid

More stunning still is a cozy cupola that crowns the roof, accessed by a custom ship’s ladder. Take a tour at realestate.boston.com.

Ask the Gardener: Can you reuse container soil?

Tired of bagging leaves for curbside pickup? Start a compost pile. Here’s how. | realestate.boston.com

Home of the Week: For less than $500,000, a two-bed condo with a roof deck

This Boston condo is set up like a town house, with a family room on the first floor, the main living areas on the second, and bedrooms on the third. | realestate.boston.com

Back to Earth

The restaurant, part of the luxury Hidden Pond glamping resort, is tucked down a long back road, and nestled in the woods overlooking a pond.

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