January 3, 2010
It’s not monogamy. But it’s not cheating or polygamy, either. It’s called polyamory, and with hundreds practicing the lifestyle in and around Boston, is liberal Massachusetts ready to accept it?
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As a chef and a food lover, could I fall for a man who wouldnt break bread with me?
What happens when first-date talk turns to public policy?
How to interact with children when you despise their parents, plus reacting to racist comments.
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Dave Barry hereby calls his beer summit to order, in which he serves up the best, worst, and even worse of 2009.
A Patrick supporter outlines how the governor could rise again.
Between hit records and world tours, Wyclef Jean, 37, Grammy Award-winning producer/rapper and Haitian activist, has added Berklee College of Music student to his repertoire.
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Bright in color and hearty of flavor, Portuguese “green soup” is a surefire wintertime hit.
Tales from the CityA tail wagger
An unexpected gift from strangers, and a child shows off a new skill.
On the BlockCondos at $299,000
Here’s what you get for the money.
Fashion snapshotBabes in arms
It may be cold outside, but sleeveless dresses are hot for inside.
Marilyn MacLeod’s one-of-a-kind wallcoverings improve on the real.
Parenting TrapsA milestone missed
Most parents can’t be there all the time. Does it matter?
Letters to the Magazine editor
Eco-conscious readers shared information and advice, while others called out Bob Kraft, pushy relatives, and rude customers.
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.