June 16, 2013 The Boston Globe Magazine

Where to eat on Boylston Street

The Globe’s restaurant critic offers an excursion along a street deserving of support. By Devra First

USA,Massachusetts,Cape Cod National Seashore,Nauset Beach Lighthouse

10 must-see lighthouses in New England

These American castles offer breathtaking views and a taste of history. By Kathy Shiels Tully

Perspective

A young woman working in a position brokered by a Boston summer jobs program last year. A future worth paying for

Why we need to help young people find jobs, even if it costs taxpayers money. By Dan Gelbtuch and Lew Finfer

Style Watch

Stephanie Roux-Langhoff35, Beacon Hill Aiming high

Three fashionable Bostonians demonstrate that modest necklines offer plenty of allure. By Tina Sutton

First Person

Charles Coe. A son’s songs

In “All Sins Forgiven: Poems for My Parents,” out this spring, Cambridge poet and jazz vocalist Charles Coe captures the complicated feelings adults have for their elders.

Dinner With Cupid

Matt Manzo and Viviana Lopez. On the clock

Will these punctual daters stay awhile or walk out early?

Cooking

Strawberries, small potatoes, dill, and fish pate make for a solstice feast.  Scandinavian midsummer menu

Celebrate the longest day of the year, Northern European-style. By Adam Ried

A Restaurant’s Take

Faeroe Islands gravlax with pumpernickel bread, horseradish cream, and fennel froth. The tastes of Swedish summer

A celebration of the season at Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro. By Anne V. Nelson

Your Week Ahead

Brandon McKee 5 things to do in and around Boston

Faberge comes to the Peabody Essex, corporate blokes try mixed martial arts, and more this week.

Out and About

TOGETHER: Robin Smith and Rachel Spekman, both of Somerville, celebrated their anniversary at Spoke Wine Bar in Somerville on May 24. As seen around town

Marking Memorial Day and even more.

On the Block


It’s all there

These homes have master bedrooms on the first floor.

One-Liners

Seth Meyers on never saying never

The New Hampshire-bred comedian, who is performing Thursday at Northampton’s Calvin Theatre and Saturday at Foxwoods, makes an “Arrested Development” joke on Twitter.

Tales From the City

Ye olde DVD?

Making sense of a yard sale find.

Gay marriage supportes marched at the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. Letters to the editor

Globe Magazine readers respond to stories from the June 2 issue.