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We Don’t Have a TV

We don’t have a TV in our home. We haven’t for seven years. This might sound crazy to some people. To us, it’s totally normal. When I lived in Paris, I was inspired by the family that lived next to us. They didn’t have one, and instead of watching TV every night they played board […] The post We Don’t Have a TV appeared first on Boston Moms Blog.

2016 Reader Survey

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Join Us December 8 for a Holiday Shopping Challenge!

We're excited to partner with BJ's to help you get ready for all things holiday! The post Join Us December 8 for a Holiday Shopping Challenge! appeared first on Boston Moms Blog.

The Critics Ate Cuban Food, Roti, and American Classics This Week

At Doña Habana, JP Roti Shop, 75 Chestnut, and Tempo MC Slim JB visited the new Doña Habana for his latest Improper Bostonian review. The place boasts a hefty drink menu, ranging from mojitos, margaritas, and caipirinhas to large-format cocktails, sangria, beer, and wine. Show More Summary

Boston Winter Lands on City Hall Plaza Today

Skate on ice, dive into chocolate treats, and indulge in winter A veritable winter wonderland debuts today on Boston’s City Hall Plaza with ice skating, food, shopping, and entertainment. Boston Winter builds upon European-style holiday...Show More Summary

Piattini Reopens This Month After Repairing Damage From Fire

The restaurant has a new design and a refreshed menu An Italian restaurant in Back Bay that was forced to close in October after suffering damage from a fire in the building is finally ready to reopen. Piattini will reopen this month...Show More Summary

Little Donkey Wants to Serve You Brunch

How about a nice pile of fried french toast? Central Square’s bustling Little Donkey is once again expanding its repertoire. The dining spot from Jamie Bissonnette and Ken Oringer already serves a globally inspired dinner menu, lunch, and weekday breakfast, and now it will add Sunday brunch to the mix, which will run from 10 a.m. Show More Summary

Weekend Roundup

Happy Friday everyone, I hope you’re having a great week! Thank you for all of the well wishes and support around Brave New World Designs! It’s been sort of crazy to return to shopkeeper mode (back from my stationery days). Anyway, on to weekend planning. Show More Summary

A Boston Christmas :: Traditions I Can’t Wait to Try

Last Christmas, we kept our holiday season pretty low key. My twins were just 4 months old, and between the general craziness of having two infants and a plague-like cold turned bronchiolitis, we didn’t exactly celebrate big. We didShow More Summary

Sweet Tart Candy Shop Pops Up at Chestnut Hill’s The Street for a Month

The Street opened up a second pop-up space today, with Ronsky’s still going strong in the first space Chestnut Hill’s The Street retail development has been getting into the pop-up game over the past year, filling a space dubbed “The Pop-Up” (3 Boylston St.) with a rotating array of businesses for a few weeks or months at a time. Show More Summary

New Restaurants Head for the North Shore

A second location of Evviva Cucina and a new spot called Brick & Ash A couple new restaurants are in store for the North Shore, and one is an expansion of an existing concept. A second location of Evviva Cucina is slated to open in Beverly...Show More Summary

Teranga Restaurant in the South End Is Closed

The Senegalese spot was seized by the state A Senegalese restaurant in the South End closed down after getting seized by the state. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts is now in possession of Teranga Restaurant for nonpayment of taxes, according to Boston Restaurant Talk. Show More Summary

Harvard Square Will Be Home to a Three-Month Chocolate Pop-Up

Courtesy of Gâté Comme des Filles and Somerville Chocolate A new chocolate collaboration will fill Harvard Square with so many treats starting tonight. Alexandra Whisnant of Gâté Comme des Filles and Eric Parkes of Somerville Chocolate...Show More Summary

Mario Batali Eyes Another Seaport Restaurant

The chef wants to expand his reach in Boston Eataly opened just two days ago, but Mario Batali already has fresh plans for dining in Boston. The famously orange Croc-clad chef and television celebrity is a partner in the Italian food emporium, which now has locations in four U.S. Show More Summary

Edit Your Life Episode 61: Negotiating Time in Relationships

One common complaint in relationships is that things get very transactional and loaded -- particularly as it relates to negotiating time. In Episode 61, Asha and I respond to a listener letter and share 7 tips for how to get past feeling...Show More Summary

Surviving a Cross-Country Vacation — Sans the Littles

I recently took a kid-free trip to San Francisco for a best friend’s wedding — the longest I’ve been away from my kids since they were born. My vacation lasted four days, and I was beyond excited to reunite with college friends who live all over the country, and to celebrate the happy couple getting married. Show More Summary

Finagle a Bagel Opens New Space in Newton

And gives away lots of free stuff Finagle a Bagel may have shut down its Government Center location at the end of the 2015, but now the local dough purveyor gets its numbers back up with a third location at 77 Rowe St., Newton. Boston Restaurant Talk spotted a tweet from the shop stating the location of its new bakery/test kitchen/cafe. Show More Summary

All Star Pizza Bar Serves Up Free Slices Soon

Line up now? Back in September, brothers Kosta and Johnny Diamantopoulos shared their plans to expand All Star Pizza Bar in the former Griddler’s Burgers + Dogs on the Mass. General side of Beacon Hill at 204 Cambridge St. AccordingShow More Summary

The Flour Bakery + Cafe Empire Expands Next Week

Flour Cambridgeport opens on Monday Another Flour Bakery + Cafe joins the family next week. A Cambridgeport location of Joanne Chang’s growing group of bakeries has entered its final stages and will be set to open to the public on Monday,...Show More Summary

Plan Your Weekend :: December 2–4

DECEMBER. It’s the first weekend of December. What’s on your agenda? The post Plan Your Weekend :: December 2–4 appeared first on Boston Moms Blog.

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