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Instacart expands one-hour grocery delivery service to Boston
Instacart CEO Apoorva Mehta said the company chose Boston as the next city to offer same-day grocery delivery service because of the city's high concentration of tech-savvy urban dwellers and its weather.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Smaller city businesses struggle for liquor licenses
'They get mad,' she said of patrons who don't understand why they can't order a whiskey on the rocks or a regular gin and tonic at her Newbury Street establishment.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Old South Church's 'Bay Psalm Book' Sells for Over $14 Million, Part III
The congregation of Old South Church voted to sell one of two copies of the Bay Psalm Book the church owned.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Festive holiday escapes in New England
Maybe the kids are scattered this year, and you're not inclined to go all-out decking the halls and concocting a multi-course feast.
Jolly jaunt makes holiday bright
Santa's fastest reindeer envied the hundreds of joggers who dashed through Back Bay streets yesterday morning, decked in festive holiday wear and running gear.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Christian Science Monitor
A quiet Sunday, a memorable visitor
It was a quiet Sunday morning in Boston's Back Bay -- June 24, 1990 -- and a small crew of editors and reporters was working on the next day's edition of The Christian Science Monitor.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Delta Delta Delta
Following the Footsteps of Sarah Ida Shaw
"Beacon Hill, the Common, the Church beside God's Acre! How full of suggestion the Tri Delta that was to be, how symbolic of the Tri Delta that is! Church, State, and the Common Wealth - each separate, each distinct, yet with each touching the other.
Banker & Tradesman
Fed Beige Book: New England Economy On The Mend
Economic activity throughout New England improved during the month of November, though Massachusetts - the Boston metropolitan area in particular - fared better than its neighbor to the south, according to the Federal Reserve's most recent Beige Book.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Fiksu continues big hiring as app marketing biz surges
Boston-based Fiksu , which offers technologies for marketing mobile apps, expects to add about 100 employees over the next year - and half of the new hires could be in Boston, founder and CEO Micah Adler said in an interview.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Women's Wear Daily
Chanel Goes Bigger in Boston
After trying to secure a larger space for years, the brand today quintuples its selling space with a new 10,000-square-foot store.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Holiday fun in Boston gets especially ugly
Tradition rules this time of year - from pre-dawn Black Friday shopping, to sporting a robustly tacky holiday sweater.
Thanks to resilience
A less doughty people than the Plymouth colonists might have cursed the heavens for the horrors of 1621.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
France's visitor warning riles local students
Thammy Pierre Louis, left, Erica Hudson, center, and Gzharia Lynch were among the students who took part in the event.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
What is Boston's art plan?
The Os Gemeos mural in Boston was replaced as scheduled in October by a more subdued piece by Matthew Ritchie.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
ZU Bar in Boston's mizu for hair -- goes wild
In early October, mizu for hair launched the ZU Bar inside the Mandarin Oriental, Boston -- with a few wild animals for effect .
Wed Nov 13, 2013
Boston Convention Center expansion encounters no opposition at State House hearing
Legislation facilitating a $1.1 billion expansion of the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center encountered no opposition at a hearing Wednesday, with proponents saying the larger facility will not require higher taxes or fees and will deliver an economic punch and good-paying jobs.
Tue Nov 12, 2013
BWW Review: Simple Machine's the Turn of the Screw Conjures Up Ghosts
Adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher from the story by Henry James ; Directed by M. Bevin O'Gara; Production Stage Manager, Elizabeth Ramirez; Costume Design, Emily Woods Hogue; Lighting Design, Ian King; Dialect Consultant, Liz Hayes Performances through November 23 by Simple Machine Theatre at Gibson House Museum, 137 Beacon Street, Boston, MA and Taylor ... (more)
Beacon Hill Times
Hill Voters Back Connolly in Mayoral Election
While registered voters citywide supported State Rep. Marty Walsh in his victorious bid to succeed Thomas M. Menino as the 54th mayor of Boston, Beacon Hill voters favored his rival candidate, City Councilor John Connolly, in last Tuesday's municipal election.