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Maureen Freely

Photograph by Andre Avanessian

Arts

Maureen Freely ’74, longtime translator of Orhan Pamuk, shares the nuances of bringing a text from one language to another.

10.6.17

Photograph courtesy of Moldova

A Moldovan restaurant in Newton reflects rich culinary traditions.

November-December 2017

Branch Line, which pairs fresh fare with craft beers on tap, has transformed part of an historic building at the former Watertown Arsenal.

Photograph by Melissa Ostrow

Branch Line serves brasserie-style fare in an historic Watertown setting

September-October 2017

Dusk dining at Cantina 229, in New Marlboro (Berkshires)

Photograph courtesy of Cantina 229

Massachusetts restaurants in lush country settings

July-August 2017

A summer exhibit at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum (above) highlights abstract art…

Photograph courtesy of the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum

Lincoln offers rich history, nature trails, local food, and art.

July-August 2017

Illustration by Jungyeon Roh

Studying how a movement went from activist activity to aspirational lifestyle

July-August 2017

Flour’s baked treats

Photograph by Kristin Tieg/Flour

Harvard Square’s caffeine and calories—galore!

May-June 2017

Walnut Grille tends toward towering dishes and fanciful presentations.

Photograph courtesy of Walnut Grille

Expanding vegetarian dining options in Greater Boston

March-April 2017

“Global tapas” and fresh seafood at Little Donkey

Photograph courtesy of Little Donkey

A sampling of Cambridge’s newest restaurants

January-February 2017