Modern Mediterranean Cuisine Is on the Menu at Servia

A flatbread crafted from ancient grains and topped with broccoli raab, garlic confit, burrata, chanterelle mushrooms, and lemon zest. A burger served “Istanbul-style” with Kashar cheese, red onion jam, pickles, lettuce, and tomato. A roasted beet salad tossed with mint, coconut flakes, rose petals, lebneh, and orange blossom dressing. When Servia’s...

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How to Get the Most Out of Your Winter Workouts

Working out in the warm months was pretty easy, even with gym closures and other restrictions. The great outdoors always beckoned with sunshine and balmy breezes, inviting you to go for a run or maybe join an outdoor fitness class. But with the colder temperatures moving in, staying active has...

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ZooLights at Stone Zoo: Marvel at the Wonder of the Season

If there’s one thing that’s sure to draw in children and kids-at-heart alike this holiday season, it’s holiday lights. Displays of colorful lights inevitably catch your eye at any age—little ones will be enthralled by the bright holiday hues while grownups will be greeted by instant nostalgia for that childhood...

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Set Yourself Up for Holiday Cookie Success With These Kitchen Organizing Tips

Getting into the holiday spirit in your home? Perhaps your annual traditions include baking! Before you whip up the first batch of cookies, you might want to rearrange the kitchen to make the process a bit easier. These expert tips can help. Stow spices on a turntable. Turntable, Lazy Susan, whatever...

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Tora Ramen Serves the Comfort Food You Crave on a Cold Day

Wavy noodles swimming in spicy miso broth with torched pork belly, scallions, corn, and a pat of butter. The spicy miso ramen is an early standout at Tora Ramen, a hip new shop that just opened up in Chinatown. Although the spicy miso seems to have captured the attention (and taste...

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Fall Treats to Bake in November

Sweet potato, pumpkin, apple—these are a few of the ingredients that flourish in the fall, so it makes sense they’d also play a starring role in your baked goods. If you’re looking for some sweet autumn treats to make this month that are a little more creative than pumpkin muffins...

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Scale the Walls at Rock Spot Climbing

As it gets chillier this fall, you’ll be happy to have an alternative to the great outdoors at Rock Spot Climbing. It brings the outdoor adventures inside, so you can rock-climb rain or shine. And Rock Spot is going to great lengths to keep its guests safe and healthy right now!...

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The Best Ways to Decorate a Pumpkin, No Carving Knife Necessary

It’s the season of fall festivals and pumpkin-picking! That also means you might be gearing up to carve your annual jack-o’-lantern. But these creative DIY ideas might convince you to put down the carving knife and do something different this year. Crayon Drip Pumpkins [Good Housekeeping]This customizable craft gives you...

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Soak Up the Remaining Days of Summer at the Boston Public Garden

The Boston Public Garden holds a special place in American history as the first public botanical garden opened in the entire nation. Its roots stretch back to 1634 when the Boston Common was established—another historical moment, since it was the nation’s first public park. It planted the seed for the Boston Public...

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How to Refresh Your Apartment Closet for Fall

Getting ready for a new season is always a process, one that should include cleaning out your closet. In order to prepare for the impending cooler weather, spend some time organizing your wardrobe. Follow these steps to make the process simple. Gather your materials. Before you get started, take stock of...

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