Reporter/Assistant Metro Editor

David Filipov

David Filipov is a digital-first Living/Arts reporter for, covering the latest in lifestyle, arts and culture. Previously, he was Moscow Bureau chief, reporting extensively in the former Soviet Union,, Afghanistan and Iraq. As a Metro reporter and editor, he contributed to the Globe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage of the Boston Marathon Bombings.

Latest stories

After the race, what happens to all the campaign signs?

By , Globe Staff

UNH professor Therese Willkomm uses the discarded signs to make iPad stands, sandwich holders, and other devices for people with disabilities.

At the Gardner Museum, a pasta lesson from Barbara Lynch

By , Globe Staff

“What I’m hoping is that you go home and make pasta!” the chef and restauranteur told participants.

I’m downsizing: Should I keep the flak jacket?

By , Globe Staff

What about the things that were junk for anyone else, but for me represented tangible evidence of long-forgotten stops along my life’s path?

Nor’easter takes aim at coastal communities

By , , , Laura Crimaldi, and , Globe Staff

The blizzard caused flooding and power outages, but less of the devastating damage that some had feared.