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Wagamama is a chain of restaurants serving Asian food - primarily Japanese - which started in UK. I wasn't familiar until I moved to Boston 3 years ago, and I actually only tried it for the first time recently. Wagamama had opened a new location...

Farm to Post is the dinner series at Back Bay's Post 390 that showcases the local farmers and New England producers the restaurant works with. I attended a pork dinner last year featuring Dogpatch Farm and I had another opportunity to attend a sp...

The Forbes Under 30 Summit in Boston has been underway since this weekend. The summit gathers 7000 "young leaders" and present motivation panels, pitch contests, as well as music and food festivals. Tomorrow (October 3) will be this year's food festi...

Earls Kitchen + Bar is a Canadian-based restaurant chain that has made its way to a number of US cities. I haven't had the chance to check any of them out before, but I was recently invited to the opening party of the new location at The Prudenti...

The attorney general delivered some tough talk on border security while in Boston on Thursday. The post Attorney General Jeff Sessions Is Still Pushing the Wall That Trump Has Abandoned appeared first on RedState.

Waypoint is the seafood-focused restaurant from Chef Michael Scelfo from Alden & Harlow. Tucked between Central Square and Harvard Square, it has become one of my favorite restaurants to go to for seafood.One time, I went for the chef's count...

(Photo of Boston rally against hate is from the twitter feed of Newsweek.)The following post is from the Facebook page of Dan Rather:It was a welcomed sight seeing the tens of thousand of peaceful protesters gather in the streets of Boston yesterday...