December 19, 2010
Bostonian of the year
By winning "the Kennedy seat," the Republican shocked the political world and inspired a legion of long-shot challengers. -- by Neil Swidey
Coming in Sunday's Globe Magazine: More Bostonians who made a difference in 2010. Online Saturday.
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Who says my husband and I can't consider our dog part of the family?
Can a former Marine and a bookish type hit it off over sushi?
Wanting salesclerks to say "thank you,"’ plus donating to religious charities.
An ounce of pot does not a thousand joints make.
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For the 25th year, Lawrence ice sculptor Don Chapelle is prepping for First Night Boston, hoping temperatures cooperate.
Not just for cakes and cookies, vanilla brings a warm, trade-wind presence to vegetables, fish, and meats.
Since moving to Cambridge from Millis, I've hardly met an adult who does not want to be a on a first-name basis with my kids.
On the BlockWhere the hearth is
These homes boast impressive fireplaces ideal for cold winter nights.
style watchPass it around
Dress up your New Year's Eve celebration by handing out cocktails and canapes on a smart silver or soulful wooden tray.
Tales From the CityRooting for roots
Brotherly confusion and which Ike?
Letters to the Magazine Editor
Readers weigh in on raising boys, Yankee swap etiquette, 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.