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Boston’s (Ob)literati: How to hoist a pint like this town’s greatest writers — past, present, and future

If there's one thing we've always done right here in Boston, it's drinking.

By LUKE O'NEIL  |  March 08, 2013

Street corner symphonies

We’d be happy enough if Jersey Boys were just a musical revue, thrumming with the the Four Seasons’ hit parade. But on top of that we get a compelling story, following the lives of ’60s heartthrob Frankie Valli and those who rocketed to fame with him.
The Four Seasons live in Jersey Boys
By BILL RODRIGUEZ  |  May 21, 2010

Interview: Jesse Eisenberg and Woody Harrelson

Vampires may have taken a bite out of the popular zeitgeist in the past couple of years, but the nearly $25 million in ticket sales that greeted the opening of Zombieland, as it shuffled into theaters this past weekend, just goes to prove that while fles
 Picking the brains of Zombieland 's stars 
By BRETT MICHEL  |  October 09, 2009
5 Courses with Jason Irving, Wine Director at The Four Seasons

5 Courses with Jason Irving, Wine Director at The Four Seasons

People are afraid of wine — of looking stupid while ordering, spending too little or too much, not knowing when to send back a bad bottle. Jason Irving, wine director at the Four Seasons, thinks our fears are unfounded.

By Louisa Kasdon  |  May 04, 2009
The good life?

The good life?

 Now might just be the time to indulge your champagne taste

This economy, for better or worse, has redefined the term “need.” We don’t really need to buy that new 42-inch plasma TV, but it’s so cheap! How can we not? And those Christian Louboutin suede booties? They’re practically giving them away! (Fine, that one’s a bit of stretch, but bear with me here.) Times of economic uncertainty bring up all sorts of questions. Chief among them: what really distinguishes a need from a want?

By Erin Souza  |  March 20, 2009

Wednesday, January 21: Super Hunger Chef Fundraiser

New Year, new you. No, we don’t mean a slimmed-down, super-chic, ultra-organized version of your old self (though that wouldn’t be so bad). We’re referring to the do-gooder, do-unto-others type who’s resolved to volunteer some time at a food pantry, or at least donate some gently-worn clothes to Goodwill. Use the Greater Boston Food Bank’s fundraiser, Super Hunger Chef at the Four Seasons (200 Boylston Street, Boston, 617.338.4400), as a very worthy excuse to give your life a little charity-driven purpose. At this year’s installment of the annual epicurean battle, see chefs Anthony Susi (Sage), Gabriel Frasca (Straight Wharf), and Will Gilson (Garden at the Cellar) duke it out and whip up dishes using only ingredients stocked by the Food Bank. Tickets ($200) include cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and a multi-course meal and are available at; all proceeds benefit the GBFB.

By Erin Souza  |  January 12, 2009