Choose ‘in

The city feels like it belongs to me on Sunday mornings. Brunch lines are not much more than a suggestion outside of tiny, hip farm-to-table breakfast spots. Neighborhoods appear emptied out, the inhale before the rest of the day is expelled. The T is sleepy still, lumbering through Boston’s ancient tunnels like a primordial beast. … Continue reading Choose ‘in

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View From The Hill

Beacon Hill, one of the most beautiful, quaint, and upscale neighborhoods in Boston used to be a hot mess. First settled in 1630, the area was more like English countryside—pastures, orchards, and a scattering of estates—than than the cobble-stoned neighborhood of boutique shops, upscale bistros, and lavish brownstones and mansions it is now. In 1795 … Continue reading View From The Hill