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Latest Lifestyle headlines
From Holocaust to memorial, Steve Ross’s story set to be published
Hachette Book Group recently acquired rights to the book, which is being written by former state rep Brian Wallace and attorney Glenn Frank.
Homeless rates for LGBT teens are alarming, but parents can make a difference
Up to 1.6 million young people experience homelessness in the United States every year. Forty percent of them identify as LGBT.
Members of the Patriots are busy having babies
Several players welcomed little ones in recent weeks.
From Smuttynose, a beer of a different color
Smuttynose Brewing Company’s Blackberry Short Weisse is as pleasing as it is purple.
A Taste of Ginger raises nearly $300,000
The fund-raiser was attended by 450 people and featured food from some of the city’s best chefs.
Amir Johnson visits with students at Logan Airport
The Celtics center hung out with middle school students at JetBlue’s hangar and terminal.
From the Bar
A badger, some boar, some gnocchi, a pour
At Viale in Cambridge, try this 2014 Barbera d’Asti with the fanciful name.
Family member wants to reconcile with addict
Advice from Amy Dickinson
Supreme Court reverses Texas ruling on death row inmate’s mental ability
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that Texas used the wrong standards in deciding that a death row inmate was not intellectually disabled and thus could be executed.
My guy is hanging onto a racy gift from his ex
They’ve moved in together. How worried should she be about finding a sexy book from his old girlfriend?
More students are looking to Canada
Many of the most elite Canadian universities had large increases in applications from the United States: Up 25 percent at McGill, 35 percent at McMaster.
Maine should withdraw from ACA and ‘do our own thing,’ LePage says
Maine Governor Paul Lepage said Obamacare is not sustainable, but said Republicans who want to wait until the act implodes are hurting the American people.
Perspective | Magazine
Millennials have every right to complain, and should do it more
Decisions made by older generations have hit us hard, and we should be able to point them out without being called whiny.
Cutting Edge | Magazine
Can this new device provide a better night’s sleep?
This sound-masking technology is designed to go way beyond white noise.
A think tank for food
Boston’s first Food Tank Summit features talks and panel discussions centered around food security, agriculture, policy, and innovation.
What is the science behind flavor?
Science writer Bob Holmes explores “our most neglected sense” in a book on the subject.
By the Glass
Riesling: How sweet is it anyway?
Entry-level pours from the Rheingau offer both artisanship and everyday enjoyment.
The Confident Cook
How to make whole roast fish, restaurant style
You know that whole branzino you see on every fancy menu? It’s pretty easy to prepare at home.
Review: In Newton, pizza two ways at Anthony’s and Stone L’Oven
You don’t have to walk far to stumble on a good pie in this town.
Pickles for breakfast, lunch, and dinner
Rosen’s fermented vegetables are deliciously sour, garlicky, and crunchy.
Recipe: roasted root vegetable soup
A main-course bowl stocked with intensely flavored, caramelized beets, turnips, fennel, and more.
Recipe: honey-glazed pork
This simple technique yields a richly lacquered roast.
This husband can make — but not take — a joke
Relationship advice from Amy Dickinson.
Bird sightings on Cape Cod
Recent sightings as reported to the Massachusetts Audubon Society.
United Airlines claims plenty of reasons to refuse a passenger. Wearing leggings shouldn’t be one.
Rather than be shamed by United Airlines and others, Americans in leggings should be accommodated.
Lenny DiNardo would like to sell you a house
The former Sox lefty has joined a real estate agency in the Ocean State.
This ‘mommy’ has a childish problem
Will her kindness be occasionally reciprocated?
Drought-stricken Somalia battles hunger and cholera
The UN is concerned about keeping a cholera epidemic from getting out of control in the country.
Medical marijuana bill in South Carolina bolstered by conservatives
Some conservatives believe marijuana may deter prescribing of opioids or help wean addicts from dependence.
Security, parking, garbage irk Ivanka Trump’s DC neighbors
Residents of a posh Washington neighborhood say the Trump clan doesn’t make for very good neighbors.
When an older neighbor recedes from view, is calling the authorities moral — or meddling?
When Billerica police Officer Ivonne Osgood makes a well-being check, her first thought: “I hope they’re not dead.”
Inside and outside the ring with former Boston boxer Sean Mannion
“Rocky Ros Muc,” a documentary about former Boston boxer Sean Mannion, makes its world premiere Saturday at 6 p.m. at the Somerville Theatre as part of Boston’s Irish Film Festival.
How to build a raised bed garden
Growing your garden in a raised bed reduces the threat of lead contamination posed by city soil.
What grade do civil engineers give to US infrastructure? D+
The American Society of Civil Engineers’ report card says Massachusetts roads, bridges, and more have plenty of room for improvement, too.
Guests dress to impress to support the Big Sister Association
Boston boldfacers turned out in force for Greater Boston’s Project Role Model fashion show.
Your Week Ahead
Five things to do, March 27-April 2
The Zombies (the musical variety, not the walking dead type), “The Grapes of Wrath” as climate fiction, gender and opera, and more.
Snowy scenes from New England’s largest sled dog race
Dogs and their mushers sped over 200 miles in Maine for the 25th annual Can-Am Crown 250 sled dog race.
Get ready to see more from ‘Fixer Upper’’s Chip and Joanna Gaines
As if a hit show; an online market; an in-person market; a realty company; a bed and breakfast; and a line of furniture wasn’t enough.
The best dog-friendly inns in New England
Have pup, will travel.
Dinner with Cupid
Blind date: The conversation flows naturally. What could possibly go wrong?
Their four-and-a-half-hour outing must be a good sign, he thinks.
Connections | Magazine
How I came to understand my son’s tattoos
Appalled at first at what he’d done to his healthy young body, I’ve realized now why the tattoos are important.
the one thing
A spa that focuses on the inside and out
A beauty and wellness studio that tends to body and soul
A visit to Frenchie, bringing savoir faire and Sancerre to the South End
This little wine bar is an oasis of neighborhood charm.
Michael Andor Brodeur | tech nomad
Never again having to answer the question: Where r u?
Google Maps’ live tracking update could bring families closer together and push privacy farther away.
Swedish outdoor brand sets up shop in Harvard Square
The name might be tough to pronounce, but this Swedish outdoor apparel brand Fjällräven is streamlined and functional.
The hidden jewel of the Emerald Isle
We settled on a moderately sized city on the west coast, nestled in an inlet along the Wild Atlantic Way: Galway. The hidden gem of the Emerald Isle.