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Fashion, ho!
The nautical look sails into spring
by Nina Schwartz
from April 8, 2005


Who wears short shorts? Not you.
Bermudas are back in the spotlight for spring
by Nina "Bermuda" Schwartz
from April 1, 2005


Ciao hounds
Sniff out fun and funky buys in Bostonís Little Italy
by Ruth Tobias
from March 25, 2005


Dress (and pants) for success
This seasonís tunic trend solves an age-old fashion dilemma
by Naz Sioshansi
from March 18, 2005


The circle game
Swing into spring with the new trend in skirts
by Nina Schwartz
from March 11, 2005


Be jeweled
Put some sparkle in your step with a pair of glittery shoes
by Darcy Heitzke
from March 4, 2005


Belt it out
Notch-free sashes hide the sins of winter eating
by Naz Sioshansi
from February 25, 2005


Alterna-crafts
Womanly hobbies go counterculture
by Darcy Scanlon
from February 18, 2005


Scoring on Valentine's
Put some fun and games back into your romance
by Naz Sioshansi
from February 11, 2005


The early bird gets the (farm-fresh) worm
Invest in community-supported-agriculture Ďsharesí
by Naz Sioshansi
from February 4, 2005


Case closed
Chances are itís time for a new bag for your laptop, iPod, digital camera, or cell phone
by Deirdre Fulton
from January 28, 2005


Dress healthy
The new forward-looking organic product? Clothing.
by Naz Sioshansi
from January 21, 2005


Soak opera
Feed your hungry skin a nearly edible treat
by Darcy Heitzke
from January 14, 2005


Just relax
Now that the holidays are over, leave the chaos behind and unwind
by Christine Junge
from January 7, 2005


Cape town
Not sure what to throw on with that little cocktail dress? A capelet may be the solution.
by Darcy Heitzke
from December 31, 2004


Dress reversal
Stretch your fashion dollar by getting two looks for the price of one
by Darcy Heitzke
from December 24, 2004


All that glitters
Jewelry isnít the only thing that sparkles. This holiday season, go for the gleam at stores across town.
by Liza Weisstuch
from December 17, 2004


Pajama glam
Who says you canít look good 24 hours a day?
by Nina Schwartz
from December 10, 2004


Itís in the cards
This season, why not send holiday greetings that benefit a local nonprofit?
by Darcy Heitzke
from December 3, 2004


Got cold feet?
Beat the chill this season ó accessorize!
by Darcy Heitzke
from November 26, 2004


City slickers
Get your kicks in a bright pair of rubber rain boots
by Darcy Heitzke
from November 19, 2004


Get in gear with a new clutch
Handheld bags are all the rage this season
by Darcy Heitzke
from November 12, 2004


Boxing day
Trade in your boring brown bag for a trendy new lunch tote
by Darcy Heitzke
from November 5, 2004


She wore an itsy-bitsy, teeny-weeny, yellow polka-dot blazer ...
... and she was very en vogue
by Nina Schwartz
from October 29, 2004


Cowboys and starlets and hipsters -- oh my!
Every day is Halloween in the world of fashion
by Nina Schwartz
from October 22, 2004


Fee fie faux fur
This season, fakeís the way to go
by Nina Schwartz
from October 15, 2004


The clash
Patterns, colors, and fabrics collide this fall
by Nina Schwartz
from October 8, 2004


Don't mean a thing if it ain't got that bling
Go for the glitter if you want to look money
by Nina Schwartz
from October 1, 2004


Run of the quill
This season, feathers arenít just in your cap
by Liza Weisstuch
from September 24, 2004


Full tweed ahead
Traditionally masculine fabric suits women just as well
by Nina Schwartz
from September 17, 2004


The silent parade of shoes
Moccasins pad along with a new look
by Nina Schwartz
from September 10, 2004


It's in the bag
With fall comes a new crop of stylish sacks
by Liza Weisstuch
from September 3, 2004


State house
Decorate your home with a union of nostalgia and kitsch
by Genevieve Rajewski
from August 27, 2004


Drink inside the box
Forget corks and screw caps; boxed wines are improving all the time
by Kerry Lynch
from August 20, 2004


It's a wrap
Beat the late-summer chill in style with ponchos and shawls
by Christine Junge
from August 13, 2004


It's all about me
Express yourself with stores and services that help you design your own stuff
by Kate Cohen
from August 6, 2004


Kickin' it
High fashion jumps into the sneaker arena
by Kerry Lynch
from July 30, 2004


Summer in a glass
Local bartenders serve up seasonal fruits and herbs with a twist
by Genevieve Rajewski
from July 23, 2004


Shine on
Metallic shoes to make summer days even brighter
by Andrea Toochin
from July 16, 2004


Cream of the crop
Cups and cones that are anything but plain vanilla
by Genevieve Rajewski
from July 9, 2004


Party favors
Some un-Conventional items to get you in a Convention-al mood
by Brian E. O'Neill
from July 2, 2004


We're jammin'
Jellies make a comeback
by Kate Cohen
from June 25, 2004


To market, to market
Come summertime, local farmersí markets offer an alternative to indoor grocery stores
by Nina MacLaughlin
from June 18, 2004


Play your cards right
Satirical decks help you lay your cards on the table in style
by Genevieve Rajewski
from June 11, 2004


Tripped out
Not going anywhere this summer? You can still enjoy a vacation at home.
by Ruth Tobias
from June 4, 2004


At your service
Modern teatime accessories that borrow from a more ceremonial era of socializing
by Ruth Tobias
from May 28, 2004


Bookish types
When the tomeís not enough, try these literary accessories
by Julie Suratt
from May 21, 2004


Join the frisbee fray
This summer season, pick up a disc and get throwing
by Brian E. O'Neill
from May 14, 2004


How's it hanging?
Mobiles and other ceiling decorations for grown-ups
by Christine Junge
from May 7, 2004


Sweets sensation
Forget that diet ó Bostonís crop of candy stores is too good to miss
by Julie Suratt
from April 30, 2004


Thingamabobs and whatchamacallits
Life would be so much easier if only you had one of these doohickeys
by Julie Suratt
from April 23, 2004


Back-to-basics brew
A return to Ďlawnmowerí beers
by Genevieve Rajewski
from April 16, 2004


Taken to the cleaners
Solving the mysteries of dry cleaning, from how it works to why it costs so freaking much
by Julie Suratt
from April 9, 2004


Lunchtime lifts
Botox, teeth whitening, chemical peels: Your lunch hour will never be the same
by Julie Suratt
from April 2, 2004


A total flop
Youíll flip for the latest in summer sandals
by Atticus Fisher
from March 26, 2004


For a song
Stay home with a karaoke machine until youíre ready for the public stage
by Brian E. O'Neill
from March 19, 2004


Hangover helpers
Morning-after remedies for postĖSt. Patrickís revelry
by Brian E. O'Neill
from March 5, 2004


Better off bed
Alternative sleeping options for the spatially challenged
by Christine Junge
from March 5, 2004


Where the blooms are
Savoring spring in the midst of winter
by Genevieve Rajewski
from February 27, 2004


Money talks
With Tax Day approaching, itís time to organize your finances
by Christine Junge
from February 13, 2004


Snow madness?
Find crafty things to do this winter to avoid losing your cool
by Kate Cohen
from February 6, 2004


Winter fixes on the line
As the biting wind blows outside, hit the Web for Newbury Street goodies to lift chilled spirits
by Ruth Tobias
from January 30, 2004


Courage on a plate
Warm up the winter with an array of exotic ingredients ó if you dare
by Ruth Tobias
from January 23, 2004


Monkeying around
Tips for celebrating the Chinese New Year in style
by Genevieve Rajewski
from January 16, 2004


The shape of things to come
Classes that will have you fit come summer
by Genevieve Rajewski
from January 9, 2004


You say you want a resolution?
The goods to help you stay on track in 2004
by Brian E. O'Neill
from January 2, 2004


Ante-Freeze
This winter, poker is the hottest game around
by Genevieve Rajewski
from December 26, 2003


Do-it-yourself orna-mentality
Forget packaged tinsel and pre-made angels. This year, why not make your own holiday decorations?
by Brian E. O'Neill
from December 19, 2003


Let it snow
You donít need to ski or snowboard to enjoy fresh powder
by Genevieve Rajewski
from December 12, 2003


Bright lights, nostalgia city
Go retro with your holiday illuminations
by Genevieve Rajewski
from December 5, 2003


Unwrap art
Tired of the mall? This holiday season, check out local artists for your gift-giving needs.
by Nina MacLaughlin
from November 28, 2003


Dish it
Retro serving goods for an old-fashioned holiday meal.
by Lisa Weisstuch
from November 21, 2003


Brew by you
At Modern Brewer, home is where the art is.
by Kate Cohen
from November 14, 2003


Spellbound
Monogrammed goods are all the rage.
by Kate Cohen
from November 7, 2003


Forget the magic carpet
Let cozy quilts and blankets whisk you to faraway lands.
by Genevieve Rajewski
from October 31, 2003


China chic
Asian goods gain Western fans.
by Christine Junge
from October 24, 2003


Take it away
Local restaurants spice things up with their own product lines.
by Ruth Tobias
from October 17, 2003


Boo bacchanal
Throw a bewitching bash this Halloween.
by Genevieve Rajewski
from October 10, 2003


Bounty hunter
You donít need to leave the city to enjoy the fruits of fall.
by Genevieve Rajewski
from October 3, 2003


The wet set
No waterfront property? No problem.
by Genevieve Rajewski
from August 1, 2003


Smoothie sailing
This summer, get your fruit on
by Nina Maclaughlin
from July 25, 2003


Better impulses
Throwing caution to the wind
by Chris Wright
from July 18, 2003


On the record
A new spin on an old favorite
by Kate Cohen
from July 11, 2003


Burned out
Fight sun exposure with clothes, lotions, and other potions
by Christine Junge
from July 04, 2003


Are we there yet?
Make the journey as much fun as the destination
by Kate Cohen
from June 27, 2003


Pretty in ink
The Boston Tattoo Convention comes to town
by Christine Junge
from June 20, 2003


Ann Landers it ainít
Guide-to-life books from unlikely sources
by Christine Junge
from June 13, 2003


Kitschy, kitschy cool
Lawn ornaments youíll love coming home to
by Genevieve Rajewski
from June 6, 2003


Beach the drama
Pack lightly for a sound mind
by Kate Cohen
from May 30, 2003


Dog days
Make your petís summer with gear thatís the catís meow
by Genevieve Rajewski
from May 23, 2003


Hanging it up
Enjoy the lazy days of summer in a new hammock
by Kirsten Marcum
from May 16, 2003


Lifeís a picnic
For your next meal, get yourself outside and onto a blanket
by Nina Maclaughlin
from May 9, 2003


Light up your life
As warm-weather nights approach, outdoor-lighting options abound
by Genevieve Rajewski
from May 2, 2003


Roll out the barrels
Itís time to polka (dot, that is)
by Genevieve Rajewski
from April 25, 2003


Light your fire
The calendar says itís barbecue time, even if the weather doesnít
by Jeffrey Klineman
from April 17, 2003


Green miles
A road map to gardening bliss
by Genevieve Rajewski
from April 10, 2003


Au revoir, freedom fries
Bonjour, April in Paris
by Genevieve Rajewski
from April 3, 2003


Sitting pretty
Make your bathroom fit for royalty
by Jeffrey Klineman
from March 27, 2003


Tricks and treats
Trompe líoeil objects offer more than meets the eye
by Ruth Tobias
from March 20, 2003


The importance of being earnest
Plan to celebrate Oscar? Go whole hog.
by Genevieve Rajewski
from March 13, 2003


Gotta get geek
Techie gadgets never had it so good
by Kate Cohen
from March 6, 2003


Bead it
Forget necklaces in New Orleans; celebrate Mardi Gras with homemade strands
by Christina Junge
from February 27, 2003


The write stuff
E-mailís fine, but for a personal touch, grab a pen and write a real letter
by Nina Maclaughlin
from February 20, 2003


Some like it hot
Thanks to bracing winter drinks, youíll be loving the cold
by Genevieve Rajewski
from February 13, 2003


Toy with me
This Valentineís Day, skip the chocolates and head straight for the sex toys
by Christine Junge
from February 6, 2003


Modern molls
Now you can have everything, including the girl.
by Genevieve Rajewski
from January 30, 2003


Girl power
Now you can have everything, including the girl.
by Tamara Wieder
from January 23, 2003


Get into the grove
Beat the winter blahs with citrus-inspired goods
by Genevieve Rajewski
from January 16, 2003


Changing spaces
No laboring neighbors are required for these room-transforming options
by Genevieve Rajewski
from January 9, 2003


It's a cinch
Want to hop on the latest corset bandwagon? Hereís how.
by Amy Sullivan
from January 2, 2003


Many happy returns
Didnít get what you wanted this holiday season? Three words: Bring it back
by Darcy Scanlon
from December 26, 2002


Fire it up
Turn on your hearth lights this winter
by Genevieve Rajewski
from December 19, 2002


Geek speak
High-tech stocking stuffers for the gearhead in your life
by Atticus Fisher
from December 12, 2002


Get a leg up
Leg warmers are back ó can you stand it?
by Kate Cohen
from December 5, 2002


Beat the wrap
This year, folding your gifts in newspaper just isnít going to cut it
by Christina Junge
from November 28, 2002


Sign here
Want to buy the autograph of your favorite star? Local companies are ready to ink a deal.
by Susanne Boitano
from November 21, 2002


Work it
If youíre trapped in a cubicle every day, the least you can do is make your space more hip
by Christine Junge
from November 14, 2002


A big draw
Comic books come of age
by Atticus Fisher
from November 7, 2002


Dead Can Dance
Forget Halloween. This year, think South of the Border.
by Genevieve Rajewski
from October 24, 2002


Let there be light
As the days get shorter, brighten things up with funky lighting
by Liza Weisstuch
from October 10, 2002


Sweet charity
Want to do some good? Shop at one of the areaís charitable thrift stores
by Christine Junge
from September 26, 2002


Out of this world
Astrological merchandise makes a comeback
by Symboline Dai
from September 12, 2002


Band aid
Sick of pushing your hair out of your eyes? Try one of this seasonís fashionable headbands.
by Christine Junge
from August 29, 2002


No closet? No problem.
Donít get hung up about it
by Kate Cohen
from August 22, 2002


Dog days
Products to pamper the pooches (and kitties) in your life
by Christine Junge
from August 8, 2002


Line items
Forget Hershey bars and Bubble Yum; local shops offer more memorable ó and tasty ó impulse buys
by Ruth Tobias
from July 25, 2002


Card times
Forget Hallmark; with specialty shops and gift boutiques, thereís a better way to say you care
by Liza Weisstuch
from July 11, 2002


Too cool for school
Products to beat the summer heat
by Christine Junge
from June 27, 2002


You must be trippiní
Ways to escape the city without owning a car
by Camille Dodero
from June 13, 2002


Dad, un-tied
Unorthodox gifts for the guy who does nothing
by Mike Miliard
from May 30, 2002


Chill, baby
No need to scream for it; make your ice cream at home
by Kate Cohen
from May 16, 2002


Sayonara, sun
Todayís self-tanning products outshine the old orange goop
by Christine Junge
from May 2, 2002


Underwear sings a new tune
Forget the thong song; for a smooth panty line, youíve got options
by Kim Wiedman
from April 18, 2002


Buy me some T-shirts and bobbiní heads ...
Heading out to the ballgame? Donít forget your Red Sox paraphernalia.
by Christine Junge
from April 4, 2002


Pop secret
You donít need a microwave to make great popcorn in a jiffy
by Kate Cohen
from March 21, 2002


Flask force
This St. Patrickís Day, keep your public drinking under wraps
by Suzanne Kammlott
from March 7, 2002


Velour du jour
Grandpaís sweat suits make a comeback
by Rob Quintilani
from February 21, 2002


Common scents
Who says you have to spend a fortune to smell good?
by Ruth Tobias
from February 7, 2002


Phoning it in
When it comes to the size of your telephone, who says less is more?
by Suzanne Kammlott
from January 24, 2002


Game on
Forget Pac-Man: Todayís video games are more than childís play
by Kate Cohen
from January 10, 2002


Dear diaries
New Yearís resolution: pick up a cool journal and start writing
by Suzanne Kammlott
from December 27, 2001


Date yourself
Greet the new year with a fun or funky calendar
by Kim Weidman
from December 13, 2001


Cycle chic
As the temperature drops, pick up hot gear for the cyclist in your life
by Julia Cohen
from November 29, 2001


Horsing around
Saddle up for a new crop of equestrian styles this fall
by Nicole Adragna
from November 15, 2001


Class slippers
As the temperature drops, keep those footsies warm
by Suzanne Kammlott
from November 1, 2001


Give thanks
Great meal? Fantastic vacation? Send a thank-you note and get yourself invited back.
by Suzanne Kammlott
from October 18, 2001


American beauties
Old Glory makes a comeback
by Kim Weidman
from October 4, 2001


Walk and roll
Roller sneakers make the rounds
by Kate Cohen
from September 20, 2001


Seeing red
Books with a conscience
by Mike Miliard
from September 13, 2001


Gone fishiní
Fishnets make a comeback ó and this time, gothís gone mainstream
by Kim Weidman
from September 6, 2001


A plan for all seasons
Organizers to keep you on track
by Julia Cohen
from August 30, 2001


Window shopping
Itís curtains for your new apartment
by Suzanne Kammlott
from August 23, 2001


Hot water
The latest in designer drinks: hip H2O
by Nina Willdorf
from August 16, 2001


Everyday elegance
Museum of Useful Things reveals the beauty of function
by Chris Wright
from August 9, 2001


Yard works
The grass gets greener with lawn games
by Suzanne Kammlott
from August 2, 2001


Clean up your act
The grunge years are over
by Nina Willdorf
from July 26, 2001


Skin deep
Boston now offers more (legal) body art than ever
by Julia Cohen
from July 19, 2001


Prodigal sun
Avoid harmful rays in style
by Nina Willdorf
from July 12, 2001


Say anything
Graffiti chic hits the big time
by Nina Willdorf
from June 28, 2001


Board certified
Skimboards ainít what they used to be
by Mike Miliard
from June 21, 2001


Uplifting experience
An unmentionables shop worth mention
by Sara Houghteling
from June 14, 2001


Pop: The question
What can you possibly get him for Fatherís Day?
by Mike Miliard
from June 7, 2001


Breathe easy
Hereís how to cope with the worst allergy season in years
by Nina Willdorf
from May 31, 2001


Red-hot chili peppers
Sauces hot enough to make you forget the stifling summer heat
by Danielle Sadler
from May 24, 2001


On the waterfront
How to stay afloat this summer
by Suzanne Kammlott
from May 17, 2001


Shady deals
Cool sunglasses without the blinding price tags
by Ashley Willard
from May 10, 2001


The bottom line
Micro-mini-skirts are back: get a leg up on whatís hot
by Leslie Robarge
from April 26, 2001


Waiting to exhale
Be a yoga fanatic ó or just look like one!
by Nina Willdorf
from April 19, 2001


Overdrive
Turn your everyday vehicle into hot wheels
by Suzanne Kammlott
from April 12, 2001


Umbrella policy
Keep the raindrops from falling on your head
by Ashley Willard
from April 5, 2001


Tip of the iceberg
In defense of the forgotten lettuce
by Leslie Robarge
from March 29, 2001


Wakiní up is hard to do
Wakiní up is hard to do
by Mike Miliard
from March 22, 2001


Getting waisted (again)
Looking for high-fashion vintage belts? Raid your own closet.
by Leslie Robarge
from March 15, 2001


Something fishy
Do-it-yourself sushi ... or just look like you do
by Joel Veak
from March 8, 2001


Color me fad
Copping the iMac look
by Nina Willdorf
from March 1, 2001


Quick fixes
Makeup multi-tasking was never so easy
by Nina Willdorf
from February 22, 2001


Swank swigging
Drink wine like an adult
by Suzanne Kammlott
from February 15, 2001


Sew alone
Solo evenings become one designerís material
by Nina Willdorf
from February 8, 2001


Get a whiff of this
Get a whiff of this
by Nina Willdorf
from January 4, 2001


Heavy petting
Having trouble keeping your critters alive? Here's a selection of virtually indestructible pets
by Suzanne Kammlott
from December 28, 2000


Natural wonders
New Year's Day's no match for herbal hangover remedies
by Nina Willdorf
from December 21, 2000


Lip service
Lip balm -- everyone's cold-weather friend -- reigns supreme as the only psychologically addicting grooming product
by Nina Willdorf
from December 14, 2000


Camera ready
Lomo cameras make an artist out of even the most novice shutterbug
by Leslie Robarge
from December 7, 2000


Fragrante delicto
What smells so . . . good?
by Suzanne Kammlott
from November 30, 2000


Couch time
Veg out with movie rentals that transcend the mainstream
by Laura Biringer
from November 23, 2000


Record setting
A loving monument to the lost world of vinyl
by Mike Miliard
from November 16, 2000


Good for what ales you
Move over, summer brews. Autumn brings pumpkin beer to the taps -- and it's surprisingly good.
by Mike Miliard
from November 9, 2000


Red dawn
Timberland's "construction worker" boot gets a new color, courtesy of City Year
by Nina Willdorf
from November 2, 2000


Style to spare
Bowling chic for every budget
by Suzanne Kammlott
from October 26, 2000


Diamond in the rough
Newbury Street sparkle at Allston-Brighton prices
by Leslie Robarge
from October 19, 2000


Top picks
Apples for the orchard-phobic
by Nina Willdorf
from October 12, 2000


Two-wheel origami
Will the folding bicycle catch on?
by Leslie Robarge
from October 5, 2000


Dirt cheap? Not quite.
Everyone pants for ruined jeans
by Nina Willdorf
from September 28, 2000


The Art Store
The art-supply world gets its Starbucks
by Nina Willdorf
from September 21, 2000


Wrap culture
Sweater? Jacket? It's the perfect fall garment, if you can find one.
by Nina Willdorf
from September 14, 2000


Back to cool
Form, function, funky
by Suzanne Kammlott
from September 7, 2000


Ad value
Vintage commercial art brings polish to your pad
by Mike Miliard
from August 31, 2000


Bite me
A walking tour of empanada emporiums
by Nina Willdorf
from August 24, 2000


Wear `em cowboy
Duds for moseyin' down Boylston
by Jessica Rosin
from August 17, 2000


Ice Cuba
Meet the mojito, this summer's cosmopolitan
by Leslie Robarge
from August 10, 2000


Snap judgments
Surveying the new novelty cameras
by Camille Dodero
from August 3, 2000


Capri homme
What a difference an inch makes
by Nina Willdorf
from July 27, 2000


Cuffs, camera, action!
A Dorchester police-supply shop goes Hollywood
by Dorie Clark
from July 20, 2000


Guy stuff
For Father's Day, a man's man's man's man's store
by Mike Miliard
from June 15, 2000


Head trip
Tiki culture washes ashore again
by Suzanne Kammlott
from June 1, 2000


Knicker twist
In search of pseudo-Underoos
by Kelly Davidson
from May 25, 2000


Cheap speed!
Test drives of five stimulating drinks
by Alex Shapiro
from May 18, 2000


Jax Liquidation Outlets
A surprisingly cool slice of everything, for less
by Sarah Lariviere
from May 11, 2000


That '70s stuff
The Me Decade comes to dinner
by Missy Schwartz
from May 4, 2000


Feel the bounce
"Urban Rebounding" springs into local fitness clubs
by Sarah Lariviere and Leslie Robarge
from April 27, 2000


Fairer fowl
Fresh chicken for the stouthearted carnivore
by John Buntin
from April 6, 2000


Local notions
Souvenirs of the real city
by Sarah Lariviere
from March 30, 2000


Suck it up
What are you wearing under there?
by Suzanne Kammlott
from March 23, 2000


A touch of clasp
Stylish ways to brooch the subject
by Leslie Robarge
from March 16, 2000


The power flower
Orchids get their moment in the sun
by Leslie Robarge
from March 9, 2000


Eye candy
Japanese sweets are as much about the package as the palate
by Kerry Lynch
from March 2, 2000


Splish splash
Outfitting your feet for the big thaw
by Michelle Chihara
from February 24, 2000


The sure thing
Foolproof ways to see some action on February 14
by Kerry Lynch
from February 10, 2000


 









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