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Kids Eat Free

Kids Eat Free March 15, 2012 | Food, Travel Tips | Read More
Let’s face it, kids can be difficult to feed. I swore my son would never be a picky eater because I’d be supermom and make his baby food using herbs, spices and flavors so he would be accustomed to adult fare, and develop a sense of taste. Well, I did make his baby food, often pureeing our...

Luxuriously Romantic

Luxuriously Romantic March 8, 2012 | Hotels | Read More
Boston has many great places to hang your hat, but how do you choose the right one for romance? When money is no object, impressing the one you love is top priority, and leaving the room is optional, make a reservation at one of these luxurious hotels. Harborside View of BHH A stay at the Boston Harbor...

Kevin Booker Creates Get Noticed Hair

Kevin Booker Creates Get Noticed Hair February 23, 2012 | Travel Tips | Read More
By Polizzotti I’m just an average looking girl, no star-like qualities, nothing that would grab your attention if you just saw me in passing on a regular day. But one day, every eight weeks or so, I get noticed. That’s the day I see my hair guru, Kevin Booker, at Jean Pierre Salon. He turns...

Bar Snacks are Better at backbar

Bar Snacks are Better at backbar January 24, 2012 | Food, Nightlife, What's New | Read More
Photo by Strohm-Herman The walk from the alleyway, through the door featuring the handmade 81/2 x 11 sign that simply says backbar, down the elementary school-esque hallway and through the unmarked door into the dimly lit room buzzing with cool had me sketched out until I was met by the smiling face...

A Culinary Journey Awaits at Somerville’s Journeyman Restaurant

A Culinary Journey Awaits at Somerville’s Journeyman Restaurant January 18, 2012 | Food | Read More
One bite of Journeyman’s seasonal, local fare was all it took to hook me on their rather bold concept of a limited option tasting menu. Three, five or seven courses prepared either “omnivore” or “vegetarian”  style, and served with or without a beverage pairing, equals...

Outdoor Ice Skating, A REAL New England Winter Adventure

Outdoor Ice Skating, A REAL New England Winter Adventure January 9, 2012 | Things to Do | Read More
With so much seasonality in Massachusetts there is something new to do every few months. Winter does not leave residents feeling blue; when temperatures drop you’ll find Bostonians strapping on skates to stay active. The cold temperatures make it ideal to take a swirl around on the ice outdoors....

Boston for the Holidays?

Boston for the Holidays? December 11, 2011 | Events, Food, Things to Do | Read More
Looking to find the perfect balance of tradition and transgression this holiday season? Head to Boston and sample some of our holiday happenings. Kick off the winter, celebrate in style, and let your inner child run wild! Photo Courtesy of LA Burdick Something as simple as a stroll through the festively...

Three Exciting Museums to Expose the Kids to Culture

Three Exciting Museums to Expose the Kids to Culture November 12, 2011 | Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
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Packing for a Winter in Boston

Packing for a Winter in Boston October 24, 2011 | Travel Tips | Read More
If you don’t like the weather in Boston, don’t worry, it will change. As a Boston “lifer” this is a phrase I have heard often. Boston weather is fickle, baffling even the best weathermen and women with its sudden changes, leading to many inaccurate forecasts. With all this weather...

Where to Pop the Question

Where to Pop the Question October 7, 2011 | Things to Do | Read More
photo by Lucid Dreamer ♥ on Flickr Before I got engaged I must admit that I fantasized the moment. Some were big, fancy, flashy fantasies in which I was dressed to the nines, surrounded by fanfare, and in a location where I knew the most wonderful things had to happen. One such fantasy was being given...
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