The restaurant will be offering five wine dinners this fall.
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We price tested seven supermarkets in the eight Boston neighborhoods Patch serves. The result? Trader Joe's is cheapest (though you won't find rotisserie chicken there.)
Two of the city's biggest developers recently changed proposals, reducing office space in favor of more residential space. Why that might be good for Boston.
Boston's manufacturing sector has dropped by nearly half since 2001, but the decline may be over.
Despite the setback last legislative session, a restaurant alliance will try again to get the holiday.
In a difficult economy, many graduates return to their childhood homes looking for work.
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