Fit for a Nor’easter: Henrik Uldalen

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If you don’t like the weather, wait a minute, but the next couple of days are likely to be misty and grey like today in Boston. When Henrik Uldalen’s oil paintings came across my monitor, they felt fitting next to the … Continued

Life Lately

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New England summer, you’re a lovely thing. Autumn’s not too shabby either. (Yesterday’s 36 degree morning, however, made me want to throw a tantrum. We’re not ready!) We’ve been tackling house projects so we can get back to business as … Continued

Boston Bloggers: Stay Dangerous

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Last night Jack and I had a chance to break away from the house work to hang out with some of our favorite local bloggers (and meet new friends) at Highball Lounge (which was lovely) while making funny faces with … Continued

One Year, One City

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Today marks the one year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings and we, like so many in this town, are full of feelings and reflections. There is so much great coverage out there today (and perhaps we’ll share our favorites … Continued

Life Lately: Happy Birthday, Jack!

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We’ve been riding a long weekend wave of celebrations, and were so fortunate to spend it with so many amazing friends. Jack turned 30, the world kept spinning and we’re cleaning up and moving forward this week. Cheers! amazing group selfie … Continued

Friday Fancies

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This week, we’re smitten with the lovable lamp from Adam Ben-Dror, Pinokio. Also take a peek at a brilliant Lego calendar from Vitamins, consider the business of fashionable fonts, get lost in Jim Campbell’s sculptural LED light installations and double-check your … Continued

Everyday Letters: Taking Shape at Moo

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A little while back, I had the pleasure of stopping by Moo’s Boston offices with Elizabeth for a Design Museum Boston panel. It was a delight. One of our favorite features, though, was the use of letters as decor, and … Continued

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