|Drumsticks and Pizza Slices|
Juliana Hatfield, Boston's home-grown indie rocker and Berklee graduate, gives a tour of her old Back Bay neighborhood
The Boston Globe Magazine 8/21/2005
|On the revived waterfront|
For an oversized harmonica or custom necklace, stroll down Scituate's old and improved Front Street.
The Boston Globe Magazine 7/10/2005
|Surf and Walkable turf|
For a chocolate latte or unusual jewelry or toys, stroll through Manchester-by-the-sea before visiting its white, sandy beach.
The Boston Globe Magazine 6/19/2005
There are tasty lunch and dinner offerings in East Boston's Maverick Square, but you can also feed a passion for soccer.
The Boston Globe Magazine 6/5/2005
|An Edible Trail in Hyannis|
Looking for mounds of barbecued meat or piles of pancakes? A Cape pizza maven recommends where to fill up.
The Boston Globe Magazine 5/22/2005
|A tour of treats|
A bookseller knows where in Roslindale Village to find quirky pet gizmos, toothsome olives, and the best birthday cakes.
The Boston Globe Magazine 5/8/2005
|Having a Ball|
A pair of octogenarians take a ride through Somerville's Ball Square, showing great places to score scrod and a doughnut.
The Boston Globe Magazine 4/24/2005
An author leads a tour of Lexington Center that includes funky folk art, silver jewelry and tasty coconut shrimp.
The Boston Globe Magazine 4/10/2005
|Born again and again|
A poet points out the corners of Downtown Providence that come alive with the sound of music...and theater.
The Boston Globe Magazine 4/3/2005
|Searching for cool in Coolidge Corner|
A onetime shopkeeper shows where to find a quirky
gift, spa services, and a mean bowl of borscht.
The Boston Globe Magazine 3/20/2005
A longtime florist takes us on a tour of East Cambridge for some primo salt cod, Italian pastries and a chicken surprise.
The Boston Globe Magazine 3/13/2005