Stephen Henderson’s remarkable and moving book, The 24-Hour Soup Kitchen, is full of stories about one person’s experiences helping to feed the poor and hungry around the globe.
In which we offer some hard-earned advice (thank you Tylenol) on how we can keep gardening as we age, without ending up in traction.
Contributing Editor for Health & Wellness Kathy Whelan says even when it seems impossible to imagine the future – especially in these fraught times – we can still envision a “future self.”
Contributing Editor for Health and Wellness Kathy Whelan is hosting a free webinar with wellness innovator Chanthal Fadul to teach us how to develop tools to deal with anxiety. Sign us up!
Elder care attorney Matt Marcus tells us what we need to know about Medicaid and more, so we can protect our assets and plan ahead.
Get some fresh air and celebrate local women who made history on the Boston Women’s Heritage Trail.
Rediscover the joy of taking time to stop the world and sit down to write a card or note.
The Gardner Museum’s exhibit of John Singer Sargent’s drawings of model Thomas McKeller sparks conversations about race, gender, identity and relationships.
Living in the time of COVID-19 – ideas for a daily routine.
Christine West is a brilliant artist whose work shows you something new each time you look.
The Playhouse is offering new musicals and comedies this season.