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Be the Nicest Mom in the Room

A few years ago, I joined a Facebook group of parents who were pledging to not yell — or yell less — at their kids. The goal was a year without yelling. Around month three, I was failing miserably when someone posted about a mom she saw at daycare pickup who yelled every. single. day. […] The post Be the Nicest Mom in the Room appeared first on Boston Moms Blog.

Bribery by Way of Hundreds of Pounds of Dunkies Coffee (and More Updates)

Chinatown preservation, Boston’s disappearing gay bar scene, and other news bites Welcome back to Morning Briefing, an almost-daily round-up of mini news bites to kick off the day. Free Coffee With a Side of Scandal In what Universal...Show More Summary

Fairsted Kitchen Bids Adieu on New Year’s Eve

Owner Steve Bowman will open Grassona's Italian in its place late next month Fairsted Kitchen will serve its final meal on New Year’s Eve, according to owner Steve Bowman — but he and the team won’t be gone for long. In late January,...Show More Summary

Winter Is Coming to the Precinct Kitchen + Bar Patio

The Back Bay restaurant will Game of Thrones-ify its outdoor patio in January Since opening in mid-2014, Precinct Kitchen + Bar (154 Berkeley St., Back Bay, Boston), located at the Loews Boston Hotel, has dutifully closed its spacious patio — cozily sunken away from street level — as the seasons dictate. Show More Summary

South Boston Is Getting a Salad Joint

Shredded plans to open sometime this winter South Boston will soon have a new addition to its dining scene. Shredded plans to open at 246 West Broadway, as Boston Restaurant Talk reported earlier this week. One of Shredded’s partners...Show More Summary

Edit Your Life Episode 106: Guilt-Free Family Get-Togethers [Rebroadcast]

High fives to our episode sponsor PRANA, a family-owned Canadian purveyor of yummy 100% organic, vegan, kosher, gluten-free, and non-GMO snacks. PRANA just launched in Boston at Stop & Shop, Star Market, Shaw's, Good Health Natural Foods,...Show More Summary

Plan Your Holiday Weekend – December 15 – 17

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Chick Chick Boom Floods Cambridgeport With Chicken and Noodles

Twelve varieties of wings include honey miso and Buffalo A chicken-centric restaurant is new serving up piles and piles of wings in Cambridgeport. Chick Chick Boom has officially opened within the former Frozen Yogi space (80 River St.),...Show More Summary

Boston Employees Bring Sexual Harassment Suit Against McCormick & Schmick’s

Five women filed a lawsuit Tuesday Five women employed in the kitchen at McCormick & Schmick’s in Downtown Boston (1 Faneuil Hall Market Pl.) filed a lawsuit Tuesday claiming that male supervisors and co-workers groped them and madeShow More Summary

Bistro 489 to Open at Medford Voc-Tech in 2018

Student-operated restaurant offers early taste of restaurant industry — and important experience Medford Vocational Technical High School will open a new restaurant this winter. Bistro 489 will be a student-operated restaurant open to the public for breakfast and lunch during the week. Show More Summary

MidiCi Arrives at Assembly Row With Neapolitan Pizza Galore in the New Year

The California-based company opens its first Boston-area location on January 11 Winter may be coming, but it’s at least bringing some pizza along: California’s MidiCi Pizza, which specializes in Neapolitan pies, will open its first New England location on Thursday, January 11, offering free Margherita pizzas on opening day between 11 a.m. Show More Summary

10 Things To Know About Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Over the last year or so, you may have noticed an uptick in health content. This is an organic development that I would attribute to three things. First, over the past year I have experienced considerable confusion and frustration over mystery medical issues (which I have referred to generally as aging lady problems). Show More Summary

A Gift Guide for the Commuting Mom

Whether you’re in your car for hours every day or take public transportation to and from work, there are small indulgences that can make your commute easier. For mothers, commute time might be one of the only opportunities all day where...Show More Summary

Book Love: Recommendations From Jessica Turner

I’m excited to share another round of book love (be sure to check out previous recommendations from Lindsey Mead and Lucrecer Braxton)! Today’s recommendations come from the delightful and incredibly prolific Jessica Turner. JessicaShow More Summary

Forthcoming Brookline Tea House Claims Big Hires

Backbar fans will recognize Joe Cammarata and Sam Treadway at Gen Sou En Tea House, opening early next year Two familiar faces from Boston’s cocktail scene are joining the team behind a forthcoming tea house in Brookline’s Coolidge Corner. Show More Summary

Our Fathers Delicatessen Brings Piles of Pastrami to Lower Allston Today

This Jewish deli is the latest from the folks behind Tasty Burger This week has been a good week for deli-loving Bostonians. Yesterday, a second Moody’s location arrived, and today is opening day for Our Fathers Delicatessen — the latest...Show More Summary

Oisa Ramen Fills Downtown Boston With Noodles Soon

Guests are encouraged to “own your slurp” Moe Kuroki launched a ramen pop-up two years ago when she was missing the food of her hometown, Fukuoka, Japan. She started Oisa Ramen with a focus on tonkotsu ramen, the local favorite of Fukuoka,...Show More Summary

The Reality of Raising a Family Away From Family

I’ll never forget what the nurse said to me the day I was being released from the hospital after my first child was born. I’m sure I looked like the typical new mom as I packed up my tiny bundle of joy — a mix of fear and excitement written on my already-exhausted face. Sounding […] The post The Reality of Raising a Family Away From Family appeared first on Boston Moms Blog.

Low-Stress, Pay-It-Forward Holiday Gift Ideas

For the last few months, Friday, December 8 was the date I needed to make it through before I could feel my stress level start to come down. Ridiculous, I know, but that’s just what this fall has been! I’m finally turning my attention...Show More Summary

Newton’s Newest Bakery Overflows With Honey Cake and Pastries

Prelude Bakery is now open As the weather turns cold, there’s a new bakery in Newton serving up warm baked goods: Prelude Bakery is now in operation at 140R Adams St., near Tommy Doyle’s, West Street Tavern, and Sangria Restaurante. Prelude opened at the end of November, according to owner Edik Nikogosyan, reached at the bakery on Monday. Show More Summary

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