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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What to Stream When You Need a Break From the Everyday

The world is changing rapidly right now, and the constant onslaught of news might be making it hard for you to unwind—especially if your home has suddenly become your workspace, too. One surefire way to recharge is to watch some good, old-fashioned mindless TV. Here are a few solid options...

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Now Open Near One Greenway: The Bittersweet Shoppe on Newbury

From artisan ice cream sandwiches to fully stocked charcuterie boxes, The Bittersweet Shoppe on Newbury has lots of surprises up its sleeve. The shop made its grand debut last month with a carryout/curbside pickup approach that’s been working well for the community—especially since there’s some first-come-first-serve seating on the sidewalk! Enjoy the...

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Whole Foods Has Everything You Need for a Full Fridge at One Greenway

Crusty loaves of sourdough bread. Containers of grape-flecked Sonoma chicken salad. Piping hot cups of Fair Trade coffee. These are just a few of the goodies you can expect to find at Whole Foods in the South End. It’s a popular spot to grab prepared foods like these—especially since it has a...

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How to Make Your Apartment Feel Like a Summer Oasis

Summer has arrived! That means fresh, local food at the farmers’ market, warm walks in the park, and maybe even a picnic or two. It also means you should start thinking about freshening up the decor in your apartment. Here are a few simple decorating ideas to help you welcome...

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