March 14, 2010
Many factors go into deciding where to live schools, proximity to public transportation, green space but the recession has moved one component to the top of the list for many people: stability of real estate values. Thats why this years Globe Magazines Top Spots to Live are all places that didnt fare too badly or even gained value during the economic downturn.
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Being married with children led me to pile on the pounds. Could I undo the damage -- and would my wife notice?
Will shoptalk spoil -- or enhance -- their chance for romance?
Is it wrong to tell a woman she’s plump?
Our beloved saint deserves better than this.
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As Mitt Romney discovered, a reclining airplane seat can make one’s blood boil. But here’s a strategy for winning without raising your voice.
For 241 days, Josh Shortlidge, 49, has woken up in a tent in his Melrose backyard. And he -- and his wife -- may never sleep inside again.
Sweet finishes that don’t need to wait for fruits’ high season.
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Tales from the CityPicture of kindness
A stranger's offer makes Valentine's Day complete, and a funny, "chilly" coincidence.
On the BlockMarsh madness
These homes offer magnificent views of nature.
Fashion SnapshotEye color
These frames are not for the shy.
Home-improvement television’s newest star wants it her way -- and gets it.
Parenting TrapsParty politics
Saying “no gifts” for a young child’s celebration can teach a lasting lesson.
Letters to the Magazine editor
Readers sound off on a recent Coupling column, as well as the Your Home Issue.
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.