October 24, 2010
your home / do-it-yourself
Perk up your living space with these easy and affordable design ideas.
Husband and wife physical therapists turn their hands to refurbishing their Milton house.
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My husband has passed away, but I can't remove my wedding band.
Will this jeweler and his date sparkle together?
Can you insist on order in the park? Plus, meddling sisters-in-law.
Ponder this before robots take over farming.
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Robotics engineer Gui Cavalcanti, 24, cofounded Artisan’s Asylum, a Somerville work space that offers classes in metalworking, woodworking, sewing, and more.
Twice-cooked dishes that keep getting better.
In this green age, automobile lovers are under siege. But demonizing people for enjoying a little luxury is a tough road to navigate.
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Tales from the CityTow for two
When a tow truck driver goes the extra mile and sign confusion.
On the BlockElbow grease needed
hese fixer-uppers offer promise at a reasonable price.
Style WatchOut of a slump
Fall's chicest bags are softly – and sometimes severely – structured.
Letters to the Magazine Editor
In response to our "101 Things Every Bostonian Should Know," readers suggested things 102, 103, 104 . . . Plus: veterans, politics, and the kitchen counter.
This summer, the star returns to Massachusetts for some much-needed R & R.
Revisiting the 1965 murder of a white Boston minister that helped usher in the Voting Rights Act.