Brunch and Dinner

I read in a travel magazine that Jim's Deli was one of the best diners in the country. I lived in its neighborhood for eight years and had never heard of it! So I had to check it out. My boyfriend and I arrived right before throngs of college-aged people on a late Sunday morning.... Continue Reading →

El Día de Los Muertos

I celebrated El Día de Los Muertos for the first time in November. I read that the City of Boston was constructing a Day of the Dead altar in Copley Square, and people were invited to send in photos of their departed loved ones. I submitted a photo of my dad. I didn't find him... Continue Reading →

Tiffany Windows

I've always loved Tiffany glass, maybe because I grew up with Tiffany-style lamps in the house. So when I learned of the Tiffany Windows Education Center at a church in downtown Boston, I made plans to go with a friend.             The weather was on our side so the windows... Continue Reading →

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