June 14, 2009
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Our furry addition was threatening to drive my new husband and me apart.
They're crazy for Vegas. But will they gamble on a second date?
What to do when pals cancel plans at the last minute, plus uncouth booth tactics.
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Nine home decorating ideas you can re-create for less than $100
A Nantucket dream home filled with bright colors (and ideas).
Finding unique, beautiful things with which to furnish your home is no trick; finding them for under $100 is a triumph requiring patience, knowledge, decisiveness, willingness to explore dusty corners, and luck. Here's some help for your hunting.
They began as religious revival camps, nothing more than a collection of tents. But more than a hundred years later, these communities tempt home buyers and renters with their historical charm, downsized lifestyle, and often affordable prices.
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CookingThe big blend
Three easy, refreshing drinks, all with Latin roots.
Kitchen AideBlender bender in the kitchen
Last summer I had the chance to explore all manner of frosty, fruity, creamy blender drinks while developing recipes for my new cookbook. Here's the notion in a nutshell.
Parenting TrapsPlay date for moms
Kindling my social life with my daughter's.
First PersonOutside the Fox
From Harvard to the Globe to his own Sunday talk show on Fox, Chris Wallace, 61, son of 60 Minutes legend Mike Wallace, has never shied from asking tough questions -- even of his colleagues.
Rid the Esplanade of geese? Good luck.
PerspectiveAttention, geek shoppers
This monthly market at MIT is no ordinary yard sale.
On the BlockSuitable for swingers
Living in one of these homes would be a golfer's dream.
DesigningA playful twist
How one artist turns an invasive vine into whimsical, green furniture.
Fashion SnapshotGrecian formula
Empire-waisted column dresses are making the cut.
Tales from the CityKind conduct in the city
A do-gooder at Government Center and a classic quip from the cops.
Letters to the Magazine Editor
After a wonderful Memorial Day weekend, my husband and I enjoyed every last bite of the meal on our back porch, savoring the start of summer and wishing that every summer weekend could be that nice!
This summer, the star returns to Massachusetts for some much-needed R & R.
Revisiting the 1965 murder of a white Boston minister that helped usher in the Voting Rights Act.