Stylish Bostonians

// 2015 Most Stylish Bostonians

From fashionistas to legal scholars, these tastemakers reveal how they set the city’s trends.

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‘Black Histories,’ sci-fi ballets, medieval operas, and Grammy fever

The Globe’s picks for the best ways to spend your weekend.

Is my marriage over?

He promises change and nothing happens. I feel like I’m done but I’m scared to leave.


I was adept at multitasking, at home and work. That might not be a good thing.

It turns out the underbelly to extreme efficiency is that it creates a ruthless way of moving through the world that can feel devoid of joy and connection.

TV Critic’s Corner

Strong lineup returns on FX in coming months

First of all, the excellent “Better Things,” Pamela Adlon’s heartfelt look at single motherhood and raising daughters, will be back for season 4 on March 5.

Chris Elliott (left) and Eugene Levy star in “Schitt’s Creek.”

TV Critic’s Corner

‘Schitt’s Creek’ returns and it’s easy to catch up

It’s a collection of talented comics doing their “Green Acres” shtick and killing it.


This Jamaica Plain resident has a modern take on quilting

Tori Costa took up quilting decades ago, but eventually realized she didn’t have the “time or patience or space for it.” A year and a half ago, however, she picked it back up again, focusing on smaller pieces.


Recipe: Key Lime juice gives these loaf cakes a delightful, bright taste

This recipe is for Key Lime Loaf Cake from the food section of The Boston Globe

Where you can learn to finesse a pastry bag

At Finesse Pastries in Somerville, Chelsey Erickson will teach you how to make a macaron the right way


Recipe: Roasted Brussels sprouts have all the flavors of a Caesar salad

This recipe is for Caesar-Style Roasted Brussels Sprouts from the food section of The Boston Globe

A candy store for your Scandinavian sweet tooth

Sukker & Sweet, a new candy store in The Street in Chestnut Hill, sells Scandinavian and European candy by the pound.

Milkadamia may make milk moot

Even if you’re not vegan or lactose intolerant, this creamy, eco-positive, regeneratively-farmed macadamia nut milk offers an excellent alternative to traditional milk.


Eight cold-weather beers to drink this winter

It's holiday beer season: a great time to be drinking porters, dark lagers, Belgian tripels, and other beers that match, or counteract, the dreary weather


Elaine Hseih went from being a doctor to being a chocolatier, and now her conversations with people are a lot more fun

She runs West Cambridge’s EHChocolatier with business partner Catharine Sweeney


‘Marriage Story’ gets six Golden Globe nominations; ‘Game of Thrones’ scores just one

‘Marriage Story’ gets six Golden Globe nominations; ‘Game of Thrones’ scores just one


Adam Sandler and Kevin Garnett get big welcome at ‘Uncut Gems’ premiere in Boston

It’s been a while since Adam Sandler lived in New England, but the longtime New Hampshire resident received a hometown welcome Sunday in Boston.


6 things to know about Ben Shattuck (psst, he’s Jenny Slate’s fiance)

He’s an Ivy League-educated painter who has worked as an artist-in-residence in Norway, started a writers’ workshop on a tiny island, and won a 2019 Pushcart Prize.


In ‘Free Guy’ trailer, Ryan Reynolds turns Boston into open-world video game

The action-comedy, opening next summer, shot scenes in Boston's Financial District, as well as in Worcester and Framingham.

14 free things to do in Boston this holiday season

The holiday season can be pricey. So here are some ways to make the most of it that won't cost you a dime.


‘Jeopardy!’ had a Patriots category, and the contestants fumbled

Local sports fans who watched Thursday night’s episode of “Jeopardy!” probably felt wicked smaht during one category.


‘Little Women’ cast visits The Wing Boston

The star-studded cast of “Little Women” drew a not-so-little crowd to The Wing Boston in Back Bay.


Timothée Chalamet, Laura Dern hang out courtside at TD Garden

The "Little Women" costars have formed an adorable, off-screen friendship.


At Woods Hill Pier 4, farm-to-table with a water view

The menu has changed from the Anthony’s days. The scenery hasn’t.


DJ Charles Laquidara takes to the Wilbur stage

Boston radio buffs, rejoice.


Tap local talent for artful items including tableware, vases, sculpture, and jewelry

80 artists from the ceramics program at Office for the Arts at Harvard offer their wares.


Lumiere in Newton, a special occasion destination for 20 years, set to close in February

Tony C's Fenway branch also shuts its doors.


Midlife dater ignores red flag waving

Advice from Amy Dickinson.


Maroon 5, Leon Bridges, and Meghan Trainor coming to Fenway Park next summer

Live Nation announced that Maroon 5 will play Fenway Park on June 24, 2020, along with Leon Bridges and Nantucket native Meghan Trainor.


Mitchell Zuckoff’s ‘Lost In Shangri-La’ cuts a path through the jungle, all the way to Hollywood

The best-selling author and award-winning investigative journalist will branch out into screenwriting for the adaptation of his nonfiction book about US military personnel stranded in the South Pacific after a deadly 1945 plane crash.


Peter and Bobby Farrelly to receive disability award

The Boston-based Ruderman Family Foundation, a leading voice in calling for more opportunities for the disabled, said Wednesday the Farrelly brothers are the recipients of its sixth annual Morton E. Ruderman Award in Inclusion.


Bird sightings on Cape Cod

Recent sightings as reported to the Massachusetts Audubon Society.


Shopper is bothered by pushy offers of help

Advice from Amy Dickinson.

Holiday Pops season strikes a chord of togetherness

A sensory-friendly concert and "The Polar Express" are among the highlights of this year's Boston Pops holiday season.


A diner’s guide to Providence

There may be no better way to get a flavor of the city than through its restaurants. Here is where to eat.


Recipe: When cozy food is in order, clean out the fridge and turn it into vegetable ragu

This recipe is for Vegetable Ragu with Rigatoni from the food section of The Boston Globe


Recipe: Lightly charred, crispy-skinned roasted sweet potatoes get a head start in the microwave

This recipe is for Microwave-to-Oven Sweet Potatoes with Miso-Maple Butter from the food section of The Boston Globe


Recipe: Sauteed scallops with brown butter are served on a bed of fennel and blood orange

This recipe is for Brown-Butter Scallops with Fennel and Blood Orange from the food section of The Boston Globe

Recipe: A good meatloaf, like this one from the new Canal House cookbook, is irresistible

This recipe is for Canal House Meatloaf from the food section of The Boston Globe


The holidays call for cheeky tiki drinks

Shore Leave, a tiki bar in the South End, amps up the giddy kitsch this winter with the arrival of Sippin’ Santa, a nationwide pop-up that takes over 27 select bars throughout the United States through Dec. 31.


The 'Canal House’ authors make everything look enticing

For years, this talented duo have photographed volumes for other chefs. Their new book is a treasure.

Masaharu Morimoto — the ‘Iron Chef’ — to open restaurant at Hub on Causeway

Momosan Ramen Boston will be Hub Hall’s only standalone restaurant.


How to eat vegan while you’re flying

Matthew Ayer, known on Instagram and YouTube as The Veggie Pilot, shares his tips for maintaining a vegan diet away from home.

A calendar for your favorite local coffee fiend

Each month celebrates a cafe in and around Cambridge.

Cold brew isn’t too cold for some coffee drinkers

Back Bay Roasters roasts and brews coffee beans, purchased direct from farms in Central and South America and Africa, into a rich, clean-tasting beverage.

Meat their expectations

Carnivores will be delighted by a gift box of Italian-style salamis from Moody’s Delicatessen & Provisions in Waltham.


Kristin Canty never got to go to Anthony’s Pier 4. ‘And now I bought it.’

The farm advocate and restaurateur just opened Woods Hill Pier 4 in the old Anthony’s Pier 4 space.

Halvah is here

Victoria Wallins, owner of Vermont’s Halvah Heaven, sells 10 halvah flavors, including five-spice Silk Road, Espresso, Cardamom Orange, Anise, and Peanut Butter. Maple, a top seller, gives a nod to a New England classic, maple syrup.


James Taylor is coming to Fenway in 2020 with Brandi Carlile and Shawn Colvin

Sweet Baby James is heading back to Fenway Park once more.


Woman in treatment refuses to be ‘the sick girl’

Advice from Amy Dickinson.


Jennifer Reeder unpacks ‘Knives and Skin,’ her surreal, feminist mystery-thriller

The writer-director of "Knives and Skin" discusses her neon-soaked, political vision of small-town Americana.


The story behind the Massachusetts mansion in ‘Knives Out’

The palatial building has been used in more than a few film productions.


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