The Boston Globe Magazine | The Weddings Issue

Love in the technology era

Finding a date by computer is commonplace today. Not so in 1965, when two student-run companies at Harvard rushed to usher in a new era of mating. By Dan Slater

Portland Head Light, Portland, Maine.

5 ‘minimoons’ near (and in) Boston

Does the idea of planning a two-week honeymoon while also organizing a wedding leave you cold? Try a “minimoon” instead. By Marian Daniells


My friend Tito

Globe sports columnist Dan Shaughnessy recounts how he and former Red Sox manager Terry Francona buried the hatchet and teamed up to pen a revealing book By Dan Shaughnessy

Out and About

A candlelight vigil after the Newtown school shooting was held at Copley Square in Boston on December 23. As seen around town

Santa, a skater, and more winter scenes.

Your Week Ahead

The New England International Auto Show runs January 17 - 21. 5 things to do in and around Boston this week

500 cars, Poe’s birthday, a flapper party, plus more to see, do, and celebrate


Either green (shown) or Tuscan kale is good in these salads. Kale salads

Three delicious salads made with this winter green. By Adam Ried

A Restaurant’s Take

Kale and shaved fennel salad at BoMA in Boston's South End. Kale-fennel salad at BoMA

In the South End, a salad with details that count.

First Person

Charlie Allen at Christ Church in Cambridge. Restoring historic churches

Contractor Charlie Allen has expanded his old-home renovation business to work on three houses of worship in Cambridge.

Dinner With Cupid

Blake Hodgin (left) and Sammi Nguyen. Office romance

These blind daters are in different departments at the same university. Will it work?


Saying hello

We’re all in this together, and acknowledging one another is a custom we must not lose. By David Roach

On the Block

14 Overlea Road, Norfolk For sale: Gambrel homes

These homes in Norfolk, Watertown, and Sudbury offer great curb appeal.


Letters to the editor

Boston Globe Magazine readers respond to the Bostonians of the Year issue.

Tales From the City

A failure to communicate

Does anyone here speak grandkid?


String duo enchants South Station commuters

Mystery players captivate Red Line platforms. By Scott Helman


Rachel Dratch gets a clue

The Lexington-bred comedian makes a crossword joke on Twitter.