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Five Courses with: Louis DiBiccari of Tavern Road

When chef Louis DiBiccari wants something, he makes it happen.

By LOUISA KASDON  |  February 15, 2013
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Beer Advocate: Q&A with Trillium Brewing, Boston’s newest brewery

Despite Boston's diverse beer scene, the city proper has hosted only three production breweries since 1986: Harpoon Brewery (1986), Samuel Adams (Jamaica Plain R&D brewery, 1988), and Tremont Brewery (Charlestown, 1993; closed).

By JASON AND TODD ALSTROM  |  February 15, 2013
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Bee’s Knees takes flight: Chef Jason Owens readies his gourmet grocery

"There was a bit of a setback with the wood for the floors," Jason Owens says, a facemask hanging from his neck and a trucker hat perched on his head, his easygoing Nashville drawl rising above the sound of electric saws.

By CASSANDRA LANDRY  |  February 08, 2013
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Sportello

F amed chef Barbara Lynch has a two-part plan for taking over the Fort Point Channel area.
Lynch tests new, comfortable waters
By ROBERT NADEAU  |  February 19, 2009

Artists and beholders

I found it rather stupefying that the Phoenix proudly toted an interview with Shepard Fairey on the same front page it used to complain about artists getting the shaft by money-grubbing businesses.
Letters to the Boston editor, February 6, 2009
By BOSTON PHOENIX LETTERS  |  February 04, 2009
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Artists get the shaft

On a tour of the studios at 337 Summer Street, Jen Mecca, a textile artist, points out some of the spaces recently vacated by artists and craftsmen, including a pair of furniture makers who left for Somerville.
The city gives Fort Point's creative residents the finger
By TED SIEFER  |  January 28, 2009