The Boston Globe Magazine | September 30, 2018

In this scene from Crazy Rich Asians, Peik Lin (Awkwafina) lectures her Asian-American friend Rachel Chu (Constance Wu) about her clothing.

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In this scene from “Crazy Rich Asians,” Peik Lin (Awkwafina) lectures her Asian-American friend Rachel Chu (Constance Wu) about her clothing.

Why are Asian-Americans crazy about ‘Crazy Rich Asians’? It isn't about them.

The movie glosses over the obsession with status and materialism that permeates certain sectors of Chinese society in Asia. By Sarah Lai Stirland

Dinner with Cupid

// Blind date: ‘We said goodbye with three long hugs’

They’re baby boomers and former programmers. Can they find a framework for romance?

Connections | Magazine

// Long ago and far away, ‘Our Bodies, Ourselves’ bonded us as women

We were friends from very different cultures, but the trailblazing classic spoke to us both.


// Recipes: Reel them in with flavorful fish sandwiches

These dishes, popular in coastal areas, overflow with Middle Eastern flavors.

Style Watch

// A modest dining room with mid-century modern flavor

Small-scale furnishings with mid-century modern lines are just right for the not-so-large room.

On the Block

// For sale: A home to hold your horses

These houses in Milton and Middleborough come with barns or stables, plus room to ride.

The Second Line Social Aid and Pleasure Society Brass Band plays the Honk! Festival.

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Your Week Ahead

Five things to do around Boston, Oct. 1-6

Honk! Festival of Activist Street Bands, Salem Horror Festival, author Sarah Smarsh, and more.


Letters to the editor of the Boston Globe Magazine

Readers share their thoughts on an stories about becoming Americanized, men’s clothing choices, and picky eaters.

Good reads

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//[1].jpg Motherhood brings the most dramatic brain changes of a woman’s life

So why does prenatal care ignore the topic altogether?

Bostonians of the Year

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// 2017 Bostonian of the Year (and 8 inspiring honorable mentions)

Dr. Ann McKee’s work may change football forever. Plus, intrepid teens, dissenting women, caring congregations, visionary scientists, and other engaged citizens making Boston stand out.

2017 Women & Power

// The 2017 Women & Power issue

Read about the Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Massachusetts, women’s response to negative feedback, being the breadwinner, and more.

2017 Top Places to Work

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// Winning workplaces

More than 75,000 employees nominated nearly 340 workplaces across Massachusetts. The 125 best across four categories, small to largest, are here.

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