July 13, 2014 | The Boston Globe Magazine

Dear Internet: Please forget me

Europeans have new rules granting citizens the “right to be forgotten” online. I only have the next best thing. By Rebecca Munsterer

Good Harbor Beach, Gloucester.

Escape to Cape Ann

For a day trip, a weekend, or longer, Gloucester, Rockport, Essex, and Manchester-by-the-Sea have loads to offer, minus the travel hassles. By Alyssa Giacobbe

Your Home: Cape & Islands

Daughter Isabel relaxes in the addition’s cathedral-ceilinged dining room. A Cape addition with loads of charm

A year-round home in Orleans gets some extra square footage and a full dose of pretty. By Jaci Conry

Your Home | The Guide

How to install solar power and save

It’s never been easier or more financially appealing. By Elizabeth Gehrman

Perspective | Jim Braude

Should we bother with ballot questions?

Voters have some important decisions to make this fall. Now let’s hope our elected representatives actually listen to us. By Jim Braude


Recipes for grilled stuffed burgers

Pimento cheese, caramelized garlic and fontina, sundried tomato and provolone, and goat cheese and shallots elevate the experience. By Adam Ried

First Person

‘Total fat is a useless focus’ and other diet pointers

In July, cardiologist and epidemiologist Dariush Mozaffarian took over as dean of Tufts’s noted Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy. He shares his views.


Duel of the airplane-boarding dawdlers

When I fly, I have to be the last one on the plane. Then I met my match. By Art Sesnovich


Is that a cougar in your backyard?

On the prowl for big cats around New England. By Elizabeth Gehrman

Style Watch

Dressing up, Bohemian style

Bostonians step out in the peasant look. By Tina Sutton

Dinner With Cupid

Blind date: They’re a perfect match!

Two applicants describe the same ideal Saturday. But will they have as much in common on their first date?

A Restaurant’s Take

Scallops at Les Zygomates

At the French wine bar and bistro in the Leather District, a seared success By Devra First


Letters to the editor

Boston Globe Magazine readers respond to stories about the possibility of parole after a vicious killing and more.

Tales from the City

Bored in the back seat

A story of being stuck in traffic on vacation.