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Andrea Bocelli postpones TD Garden performance just before show, citing ‘health challenges’

TD Garden said in a social media post on Wednesday evening that the 65-year-old Italian tenor's performance “has been rescheduled due to health challenges.”

Checking in on Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen, one year after divorce

As Brady podcasts and Bündchen practices martial arts, Us Weekly reports the pair is going about co-parenting in a “really mature way.”


If he proposed right now, I’d say no

“Are relationships supposed to be this hard?”


New Haven classic Sally’s Apizza prepares to slice into Woburn; Blackbird Doughnuts fills a hole in Watertown’s sweets scene

Plus, Hook + Line anchors in the Seaport and other restaurant news you can use.


A Green Mountains escape, a California escape, and a kit with road trip essentials

Travel news you can use.


I’m still waiting on a refund from a canceled pandemic flight

Where is Erika Eng’s $994? She booked tickets from Washington, D.C., to Paris in 2020. British Airways canceled her flight, but never refunded the money.


Comedian Alex Edelman on London, Butterfingers, and why ‘you gotta see the show’

We caught up with the Brookline native ahead of his one-man comedy show “Just for Us” at the Emerson Colonial Theatre to talk about all things travel.


The latest ski and snowboard gear for all your outdoor adventures

These days, a lot of winter sports gear incorporates materials that are better for our health and our planet. Gear companies are also banding together to raise awareness of environmental and indigenous issues, and to support underserved communities. Here are some of our favorites.


All across Europe, ‘stumbling stones’ honor victims of the Nazi regime

Laid into the pavement in front of the last voluntarily chosen residence of these citizens, the plaques are the life’s work of German sculptor Gunter Demnig, whose inspiration comes from a passage in the Talmud: “A person is only forgotten when his name is forgotten.”

From SZA to the Stone of Scone, the words that help tell the story of 2023 were often mispronounced

Some of the words tied to this year’s hottest topics were also among the most mangled when it came to saying them aloud.

Patrick J. Kenney Jr., 42, who died in apparent accident in Kowloon parking lot, was devoted father

Mr. Kenney, who had recuperated from a series of strokes, “wanted to live life to the fullest after that because he knew tomorrow wasn’t promised," his wife, Lauren, said.

Bill Burr talks historic Fenway show, Trump, and his problems with Elf on the Shelf on ‘Kimmel’

“I didn’t even get a chance to go to a Dunkin’ Donuts and get a high five after that show,” the comic and Canton native joked on the late night show.


‘No glitter!’ Holiday homes get age appropriate.

Christmas decorations are driven by sentiment and family traditions, but we can also let the age and style of our house guide us, whether that means creating a candlelit 18th-century interior that never was or displaying the shiny baubles of atomic style.

Here are the top quotes of 2023

From dissent within the Kennedy family to the unexpected wisdom of Barbie, Yale's 2023 list of notable quotations has something for just about everyone.


Cookbooks for everyone

Cookbooks are a perfect holiday gift. They are useful, beautiful, thoughtful, and personal. And, if you’re lucky, you’ll reap the rewards when the recipients put them to use. The right book for every home cook is out there. Here are some of this year’s best.


Recipe: Of all the latke methods under the sun, this one for potato latke muffins is the least messy — and quite good

This recipe is for Potato Latke Muffins from the food section of The Boston Globe.