Nike on Newbury Street is reopening with a brand-new design befitting a city as sports-obsessed as Boston. The new “multi-category brand experience” store is only the 12th of its kind in the United States....
 Step back in time at Wink & Nod, a new South End speakeasy-style cocktail lounge. Located at 3 Appleton St., the dimly lit spot features drinks inspired by the Prohibition era—although we doubt you would have found a bright green cocktail served in a fish-shaped vessel in the 1920s....
 Between the Green Monster at Fenway Park, Paul Revere’s house in the North End, and the winding Freedom Trail, Boston boasts a seemingly unlimited supply of attractions. Whether you live in the city or you're just visiting for a few days, a tour will help you get the lay of the land — and there are plenty to choose from. Here are a few of our favorites....
 The first time John Stoller ran the Boston Marathon, it was sort of an accident. A casual runner, he had planned to jog alongside a friend for a few miles and then stop in Wellesley, but he kept challenging himself to run farther until he finally decided to just finish the race....
Not too long ago, Boston native Nick MacDonald was working at Dunkin' Donuts when he was discovered by Hotel Commonwealth's then-director of operations. Working on a hunch that MacDonald would be a natural in the hotel industry, he offered him a job—and the rest is history....
 Looking for a way to express his emotions after the Boston Marathon bombings, photographer Chris Padgett decided to get inked—and he wasn’t the only one with that idea. When he realized how many other people were getting Boston-themed tattoos to commemorate the tragedy, he started documenting their body art....
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