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With retirement, we hoped to sell the family home and be freer. It didn’t work out that way.
He’s super tall. She’s sweet and petite. Will their date measure up?
The dos and don’ts of correcting pronunciation, plus coming-out reactions and wedding complaints.
Taking brazenness to a new high.
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Sadly, the knee-jerk label of elitist just won’t die.
Kershner Williams, 17, just finished high school and has a summer job at Artists for Humanity, where he’s designed since he was a freshman.
Lessons – and unique East-meets-West recipes – from behind the scenes of the TV show Simply Ming.
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Tales from the CityDoggone kindness
A hot dog fiasco brings out the best in people, and blanket praise leads to a big smile.
On the BlockAsking $400,000
Three single-family homes, one price point.
Fashion SnapshotTop priority
Summer’s hottest tanks, tunics, and halters command attention.
A new home on Martha’s Vineyard is made from some very old materials.
Parenting TrapsIt’s your business
What should you do if you see a child who’s been left alone in a car?
Letters to the Magazine Editor
Readers dish up graduation advice, stories from parenting’s front lines, sympathy for the skinny, and more. Plus: the scoop on the best ice cream cakes.
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.