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20 Reasons We Loved Boston in 2014

bostonmagazine.com — Edited by Lindsay Tucker The Chinese calendar must have gotten it wrong, because by our calculations 2014 was the Year of the Bear. An anonymous man dressed in a scruffy costume melodically tearing up a keytar brought us a form of street entertainment we didn't know we were missing-and for a moment it seemed his celebrity would never fade.

30+ Restaurants Open for Thanksgiving Dinner in Boston

Nov 26, 2014

Maybe some ideas here for Friday @CSullivanatBnT?? M/T @BostonMagazine Here are 30+ restaurants open tomorrow. bit.ly/1ogCD4B

Inside the Mind of a Killer

bostonmagazine.com — It was the evening of April 15, 2013, and Tamerlan Tsarnaev was a happy man. At a messy, third-floor apartment on Norfolk Street in Cambridge, the 26-year-old was in his living room alongside his brother, Dzhokhar, 19, watching the news on TV.
Nov 25, 2014

On the night of the Boston Marathon attacks, Tamerlan Tsarnaev watched his handiwork on television—and laughed. fb.me/1iQddQqNR

Nov 25, 2014

RT @joelmsiegel: "The night of the Marathon bombing, Tsarnaev watched his handiwork on television—and laughed." bostonmagazine.com/news/article/2… via @MicheleMcPhee

Nov 25, 2014

"The night of the Marathon bombing, Tsarnaev watched his handiwork on television—and laughed." bostonmagazine.com/news/article/2… via @MicheleMcPhee

Nov 25, 2014

Boston Magazine exclusive: Tsarnaev found humor in the horror he is accused of unleashing at the Finish Line. bostonmagazine.com/news/article/2…

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Paris Wallace Claims Ovuline Helped Get 200,000 Women Knocked Up

bostonmagazine.com — I'm sitting on the 1 bus, cruising down Mass. Ave. toward MIT's campus. The tech types around me are all staring at their phones, and so am I-but my interactions with my device are more personal than most. As I have every morning this week, I open the Ovia Fertility app and plug in some info about my weight, mood, and diet.
Nov 25, 2014

If this also works for Pablo Sandoval, Boston restaurants are going to be doing a lot of business. bostonmagazine.com/restaurants/bl… via @steveannear

Nov 25, 2014

Tom should try the fried sage w anchovy RT @steveannear Tom Brady buys pasta, everyone goes nuts and buys same pasta bostonmagazine.com/restaurants/bl…

Nov 25, 2014

Sometimes I hate this sports market. MT @steveannear: Tom Brady buys pasta, everyone goes nuts and buys same pasta… bostonmagazine.com/restaurants/bl…

bostonmagazine.com — It was the evening of April 15, 2013, and Tamerlan Tsarnaev was a happy man. At a messy, third-floor apartment on Norfolk Street in Cambridge, the 26-year-old was in his living room alongside his brother, Dzhokhar, 19, watching the news on TV.
Nov 25, 2014

On the night of the marathon bombings Tamerlan Tsarnaev watched the carnage unfold on TV...laughing. bostonmagazine.com/news/article/2…

A Day in the Medical Life

bostonmagazine.com — Whether it's by wearable tech or an old-school pedometer, it seems everyone is tracking personal health stats these days-even medical professionals. We supplied a Nike FuelBand to five healthcare workers and asked each participant to track his or her stats for a full 24 hours.

A Local Fitness Instructor Launched a Leggings Line

bostonmagazine.com — The trend of celebrating the booty in pop culture continues to be in full force, but if you want a butt like a Brazilian supermodel, you're going to have to put in work. Fortunately, here in Boston, we have Kelly Brabants, a.k.a. the booty maker (I just made that up).

Local Companies Make It Easy to Bring the Workout Home

bostonmagazine.com — After a long week, I'm looking forward to my Thursday Zumba shakedown. It's raining and traffic is a nightmare. Good thing I only have to walk 10 steps from my front door to my laptop to be in the front row.

Nahid Bhadelia On Treating Ebola

bostonmagazine.com — What Nahid Bhadelia remembers most from her trip to treat Ebola patients in Sierra Leone-12 days of working with desperately ill people in a country where the disease has killed thousands-is not being able to touch her patients.

Boston Magazine Table of Contents -- December 2014

bostonmagazine.com — Medicine depends on observation-whether it's a new way of imaging neural activity, the millions of data points that may help researchers learn about women's health, gadgets that let doctors clock themselves, young residents taking a look outside their medical horizons, or an epidemiologist coming face to face with an invisible enemy.
Nov 25, 2014

RT @BostonMagazine: Our December issue is now online. This month: Top Docs 2014, the Fenway transformation, &more: bit.ly/1v38Mh9 h…

Brown Student Attempting to Open New England's First Cat Cafe

bostonmagazine.com — Over the weekend, Brown graduate student Amanda Davis began a $65,000 Indiegogo campaign to bring the first permanent cat cafe to New England. Inspired by the popular Lady Dinah's Cat Emporium in London, Cat Town in Oakland, and KitTea in San Francisco, Davis' Le Chat Noir would be a posh Victorian tearoom with ten felines on the premises to sip coffee and relax next to.
Nov 24, 2014

Southie is just like it was in the Good Will Hunting days, except now with more French named cat cafes: bostonmagazine.com/restaurants/bl…

Nov 24, 2014

And to think I moved away. RT @jonchesto: South Boston could get New England's first 'cat cafe' ow.ly/EOjE6

Nov 24, 2014

South Boston could get New England's first 'cat cafe' ow.ly/EOjE6

The Based God's Trip to MIT Included a Lecture and Freestyle Session

bostonmagazine.com — Shirtless underneath his gold-colored jacket, with his pants hanging far below his waist, viral sensation, entrepreneur, and emcee Lil B "the Based God" delivered an hour-and-a-half lecture to MIT students over the weekend that touched upon everything from his thoughts on Kevin Durant to how he builds his brand.

Celebs Could Soon Have Post-Mortem 'Personality' Protections

bostonmagazine.com — Celebrities could soon lay to rest without the worry of their image or likeness showing up in a commercial or on a product's label once they're gone.

Gracie's Ice Cream Opens in Somerville

bostonmagazine.com — Ice cream is wonderful no matter the weather. At least that's what Gracie's Ice Cream owners Ben Dryer and Aaron Cohen are banking on when they finally open the doors to their Union Square ice cream parlor.

Mayor Marty Walsh Goes for a Bike Ride Through Boston

bostonmagazine.com — When he mounted the bike at the Dudley Town Common he was a bit wobbly, his knees jutting out to the sides as he tried to steady the handlebars and keep the front wheel straight.

Mother of Merci: Why a Honduras Family Left Their Child Behind

bostonmagazine.com — By Nathaniel Parish Flannery In the belly of a brown-brick apartment building in Allston, a pastor with silver teeth and a thin mustache is preaching hope and miracles to a crowd of Central American migrants, but Nixia's mind is on the 15-year-old daughter she abandoned 2,000 miles away.
Nov 21, 2014

RT @LatAmLENS: Friday #longreads: My story on a Honduran family struggling to adjust to life in Boston as they seek political asylum bostonmagazine.com/news/article/2…