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The James Beard awards won’t name winners this year

With the restaurant industry in crisis, they'll refocus the annual ceremony on previous honorees and addressing systemic bias.

‘Wicked Sharks’: New Cape Cod-filmed special to air during Shark Week

Discovery joins marine biologist Greg Skomal on Cape Cod as he tags and tracks great whites for "Wicked Sharks," airing this weekend.


Harvest and Grill 23 return, and a socially distanced dining club comes to Quincy

Restaurant news you can use.


This podcast revisits Boston’s 1974 busing crisis

In its third season, "Fiasco" examines a pivotal chapter in the city's history.


Should family secret be shared with those it affects?

Advice from Amy Dickinson.


Husband patrols wife’s feelings

Advice from Amy Dickinson.


Bird sightings on Cape Cod

Recent sightings as reported to the Massachusetts Audubon Society.


Fisherman’s Feast, a North End tradition, to take flight virtually

The neighborhood's oldest continuously running Italian event is moving to the internet.


From Bangladesh to Brazil, inside one Somerville restaurant

Nibble Kitchen gives immigrant entrepreneurs a place to showcase their cooking and culture.

Top Shelf Cookies to open storefront in Dorchester this fall

The new location will open as early as October at 515 Gallivan Blvd. and offer 12 flavors a day.


Elle Fanning to play Michelle Carter in a new show based on the texting suicide case

An upcoming Hulu series based on the Michelle Carter texting suicide case that sparked attention worldwide has its lead.


Profoundly dyslexic, Cohasset baker Alec Samaras White expresses himself with bread

Displaced from Brooklyn during COVID-19, he relocated to his family's Holly Hill Farm to run a bakery.

‘Stay Local. Eat Well’ campaign in Providence to run for full month

More than 40 restaurants are taking part in Providence Restaurant Week's campaign.

Of fish and feminism: How Maa and I bonded over the Bengali spice basket

As I hunkered down with my parents for a quarter of the year during quarantine, I learned her kitchen secrets — and so much more.


Recipe: Homemade vegetable chips are a healthier alternative to snack foods -- and kids love them

Recipe for Oven-Baked Vegetable Chips from the Food pages of The Boston Globe.


Recipe: Buttermilk tenderizes and flavors this blueberry cornbread in a wonderful way

Recipe for Blueberry Buttermilk Cornbread from the Food section of The Boston Globe.


Recipe: Grilled salmon tops these veggie-filled quinoa bowls

Recipe for Grilled Salmon and Quinoa Bowls from the Food section of The Boston Globe.


‘There’s really not a wrong way to spritz'

Ryan Lotz, beverage director at Bar Mezzana, offers tips for making your own.

Marco Sweets & Spices ships ice cream with a kick

A hefty dose of spice makes these frozen desserts stand out.

New Berklee scholarship honors DJ Henry, a Black college student from Easton killed by police

The Henry Social Change scholarship will aid a number of Berklee and Boston Conservatory students who are “financially and academically deserving with the potential to make a significant contribution to society through the performing arts."


Give your kids a week, and they’ll create their own films

A special in-person Filmmaking 101 camp starts Aug. 24 at The Cabot in Beverly — or opt for an online Stop-Motion Animation class beginning Aug. 17 and Aug. 24.


Dunkin’ will release its own cereal this month. But is it any good?

Three local taste-testers (all cereal connoisseurs) endeavor to find out.


Mom worries that dysfunction will follow kids

Advice from Amy Dickinson.


Virus-quieted oceans opened window for Shark Week researchers

Discovery Channel’s Shark Week producers were quick to capitalize on the opportunity.


Concert series at Crane Beach provides ‘Fresh Air Tunes'

A different musical act will play at the lot for three Sunday nights in August starting at 8 p.m — courtesy of its organizer, The Trustees of Reservations.


Local movie theaters ask patrons to ‘Save Your Cinema'

"If I could get 25 people in a theater, that would be great right now."


Lock eyes with these snazzy bike racks

A critic pauses to appreciate the city's most interesting places to park two wheels.


Ivory Pearl Bar opens in Brookline, Frank Pepe Pizzeria comes to Watertown, and Dine Out Boston returns

Restaurant news you can use.


In a new reading box, two Rhode Island thrillers, a candle, and chocolate

Ten percent of the sales from the boxes will go to the Rhode Island Writers Colony, which supports writers of color in residency programs.


Sale away: As the kids grow, so does our need for a garage sale

The pandemic has given us plenty of time to look around the house (watch out for Legos), assess the changing stage of our lives and realize that we just have too much stuff.


Aeronaut Brewing Co. is taking over the former Down the Road Beer Co. space in Everett

Despite the notable presence of the brand in and around Somerville and Greater Boston, Aeronaut is relatively small. This could change that.

Boston Poetry Marathon offers 16 hours of virtual readings

Tune in for poetry, live online from 150 poets, including a 10-hour marathon on Saturday

College students founded HomeBuddies to mentor kids during the pandemic

Through their virtual mentoring service, college students want to serve as friendly older siblings to isolating kids


The Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel reopens on its 108th birthday

With a weekend “Birthday Flash Sale,” anyone can book a night through March 2021 for just $108.


Future husband sings a ‘me’ tune

Advice from Amy Dickinson.


Bird sightings on Cape Cod

Recent sightings as reported to the Massachusetts Audubon Society.


Burrito giant Chipotle launches a clothing line

The clothes are dyed using upcycled avocado pits, giving new meaning to the phrase “extra guacamole.”


In Lexington, this independent moviehouse is open for business

Yes, the bathrooms are open. No, you can't buy the popcorn.


Fiction in the pandemic

As our own reality changes, what happens to the worlds we writers imagine?


Organizers hope Boston Black Restaurant Month makes a lasting impression

The initiative to encourage diners to "try something new" is aimed at helping businesses hurt by the pandemic.


Pandemic porch-drinking pal needs push

Advice from Amy Dickinson.

Local man wants to recreate the boat from ‘Jaws’

David Bigelow hopes to transform a lobster boat named the Lydia into the Orca III, which will be used for great white shark research and for educational tours on the waters off Martha's Vineyard.


Frederick Wiseman documentary ‘City Hall’ will peer into the workings of Boston government

A documentary that examines the inner workings of Boston government, titled “City Hall,” is set for a festival release in Venice and Toronto this September.


Where artists spread peace, one ‘offering’ at a time

A new campaign serves up daily songs, poems, and other "offerings of peace."


6 kid-friendly hikes for Boston families in need of a break

These destinations offer fresh air, exercise, and sanity-saving surroundings.


NAACP drive-in concert to kick off national convention

Five Boston-based artists take the stage at 6 Friday night for a free drive-in soul music concert at the University of Massachusetts Bayside Plaza.


Where to get take-home North End feasts, plus the latest new pop-ups and patios

Restaurant news you can use.


The Internet’s favorite face masks for kids

Finding coverings that fit little faces and are comfortable and breathable can be a challenge.


Jack’s Abby and the Celtics are teaming up on a new beer

The beer, Pride and Parquet, will be released in the late fall or early winter.