As we emerge from the pandemic, COVID-19 continues to wreak untold damage. Don’t believe it? Ask my friend and his loved ones who have dealt with the horror first-hand.
Aqueduct hiking may not be a thing (yet), but for those of you who are interested, you can do just that a few miles west of Boston
The post-pandemic Boston-area restaurant scene could end up being one that’s nearly unrecognizable in some ways. Whether this is a good thing or a bad thing (or both) remains to be seen
Restrictions have been lifted across the state. Does this mean we can party like it’s 2019 in restaurants and bars? Perhaps not just yet.
Perfect Mass afternoons, from Lynn to Hingham
For those who are vaccinated and more confidence to sit inside restaurants, but still a bit weary.
For those who want to find a bit of solace close to Boston, three of the most remote-feeling spots for hiking and walking in the local area
With warmer days approaching, patio season has arrived and not a moment too soon (and in a bit of a twist, local beermakers are leading the charge in some ways)
The local restaurant scene one year later, and what the future may hold for dining and drinking spots across the region.
360-degree views of the city and a whole bunch of history.