December 6, 2009
Your Home: Green Issue
Photos See her Maine home
The porch, the sea, and the Energy Star appliances (OK, maybe not those) were all once part of a Maine spa owner’s recurring dream. Now they’re her real life.
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Despite our different beliefs, my husband and our two daughters from previous marriages have discovered a way to navigate Christmas and Hanukkah.
They get an A for attitude, but what grade will they give their date?
How to respond to a plausible-deniability pass, plus wedding-party requests.
The Krafts don’t need help for their bridge.
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Your Home / Green Buyer beware: Don’t get bamboozled by bamboo
Seven imaginative accessories born out of recycled metal, glass, chopsticks, and more.
When their old house was blown down in a storm, one family rebuilt with a new focus -- sustainable living.
Take advantage of rebates and free audits to make your home eco-friendly (and cut utility bills).
More in this issue
PerspectiveI do... want benefits, too
Arguments for gay marriage highlight a bias against singles.
First PersonBad behavior
With his new blog, Boston native Patrick Maguire, 49, uses his 30-plus years in the service industry to explain why the customer isn’t king.
Warm up your holidays with simple, irresistible golden-fried latkes or roesti.
Tales from the CityI will follow
Help en route to a funeral, and a familiar sound in Orlando.
On the BlockJamaica Plain jewels
These three homes put you close to downtown Boston.
Fashion SnapshotBaring up
Strapless looks hit the season’s party circuit.
DesigningToss in style
A home recycling center doesn’t have to be unattractive.
Parenting TrapsThe gifted child
Is it possible to give without promoting materialism?
Letters to the editor
Letters to the Globe Magazine editor on Rondo, the mystery illness killing bats, and more.
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.