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Thursday, April 3, 2014
Exhibit documents Boston Marathon tattoos
 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.
Tuesday, April 1, 2014
Feeding Red Sox Nation

Chef Ron Abell makes sure Fenway crowds never go hungry

 Contrary to popular belief, Fenway Park Senior Executive Chef Ron Abell does a lot more than grill hot dogs—though we’re sure he can make a mean Fenway Frank. Abell has been in charge of Fenway’s culinary operations since 2006, supervising everything from the exclusive EMC Club to the lowliest concession stand. He cooks for the owners, the players and their wives, the media, the player’s club and staffers. If you’re eating in Fenway Park, Abell has likely had something to do with it.
Monday, March 31, 2014
Behind the Mask: David Ross

Red Sox catcher David Ross on beards, Twitter and bouncing back

 After suffering a severe concussion last season, Red Sox backup catcher David Ross was forced to take off two months, missing a total of 65 games. There were times when he wondered if he’d ever play again, but he returned to his spot behind the plate in August and ended up playing in four of the six World Series games— including the series clincher on October 30, 2013.
Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Ask a Concierge: Laura Sprague at Hotel Veritas
As a concierge at Hotel Veritas in Harvard Square, it's Laura Sprague's job to be an expert on the surrounding area. When guests come to her with questions about Boston and Cambridge, she's got plenty of answers. Find out about her favorite places to run, listen to live music, and indulge in hot chocolate.
Monday, March 17, 2014
The Hub's favorite facades
The Hub is a playground for architecture buffs, boasting buildings from the post-Medieval era (the Paul Revere House) to modern times (the Institute of Contemporary Art). For a lesson in Architecture 101, simply hop on the T for a little self-guided tour. These are a few of our favorite facades.
Monday, March 17, 2014
A look inside This Old House

The House Whisperer

Christine Tuttle has always had a soft spot for historic houses. The interior designer grew up in an 18th century tea captain’s house on Cape Cod, and now she lives with her family in a restored 1895 home in Dedham. So it was fitting that when the producers of This Old House were looking for a designer to help with a project, they called Tuttle.
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