• American Burger Revival

    American Burger Revival

    Bold new burgers are appearing on the menus of the country’s top restaurants, reverently prepared by some of the nation’s best chefs. The American burger has become a fine dining event, expertly crafted and fiendishly devoured. Allow award-winning chef Samuel Monsour and noted burger critic and chef Richard Chudy to serve as your guides in this brave new world of hamburgery. Organized by the elements it takes to reach burger nirvana and sizzling with dynamic writing and design, American Burger Revival will feed the souls of ambitious, devoted burger lovers everywhere. Stoke the coals and prepare to see the light.

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  • Dirty Old Boston: Four Decades of a City in Transition

    Dirty Old Boston: Four Decades of a City in Transition

    When Jim Botticelli launched the Dirty Old Boston Facebook page as a salute to the gritty city he once knew, he discovered that thousands of people were equally nostalgic and curious about Boston’s recent past. And for good reason; after World War II, Boston changed rapidly, without apology, for better and worse, and in many ways forever.

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  • Crafty Bastards: Beer in New England from the Mayflower to Modern Day

    Crafty Bastards: Beer in New England from the Mayflower to Modern Day

    The region that defined Yankee ingenuity has a beer heritage in keeping with its character. With Crafty Bastards: Beer in New England from the Mayflower to Modern Day, Lauren Clark deepens our appreciation for beer and the challenges inherent in creating the perfect pint. Giving voice to the inimitable Yankee spirit that allows New Englanders to faithfully produce some of the best beers in the nation, Clark invites readers to take a giant swig of brewing past and present.

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  • The Coastal Table

    The Coastal Table

    When Karen Covey moved to the South Coast of Massachusetts, she discovered a community of farmers, winemakers, chefs, and fishermen thriving upon its unique coastal geography. Though long known as an extraordinary source of local ingredients for the region’s finest restaurants, few outside the culinary world have discovered the breadth and caliber of ingredients available in this part of the country. That’s about to change…

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  • Drinking Boston: A History of the City and Its Spirits

    Drinking Boston: A History of the City and Its Spirits

    Schorow serves up a remarkable cocktail representative of Boston’s unique and intoxicating story: its spirit of invention, its hardscrabble politics, its mythology, and the city’s never-ending battle between personal freedom and civic reform.

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  • Boston’s Gardens & Green Spaces

    Boston’s Gardens & Green Spaces

    More than a historic parks handbook, Boston’s Gardens & Green Spaces shows how locals are using, creating, and enjoying their urban landscape today. With chapters on the Emerald Necklace, community gardens, venerable botanic gardens, and grand estates, as well as gardens devoted to art, healing, and children, Meg Muckenhoupt has given every resident and visitor to Greater Boston a reason to get outdoors.

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  • Under Cape Cod Waters

    Under Cape Cod Waters

    Award-winning photojournalist Ethan Daniels captures the mystery and importance of the often overlooked natural communities along the Cape Cod coastline. This beautiful coffee table book combines exquisite photography with a naturalist’s passion and awareness.

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  • Boston Baby

    Boston Baby

    This diaper-sized volume is jam packed with the resources and information local parents need—from where to begin when you bring your bundle of joy home, to surviving a New England winter with a toddler as wild as the weather. It’s a must for every new and veteran parent in the hub.

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  • The Die-Hard Sports Fan’s Guide to Boston

    The Die-Hard Sports Fan’s Guide to Boston

    Forget the Swan Boats—the real heart and soul of Boston is found among the fans at Fenway Park, the mobs lining the route of the Boston Marathon, the tailgaters at Boston College, and the crowds celebrating yet another championship for the Pats, Sox, and Celtics. The Die-Hard Sports Fan’s Guide to Bostonis the first and only comprehensive guide to the incredible range of spectator sporting events in and around the Hub.

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  • New England’s Historic Homes & Gardens

    New England’s Historic Homes & Gardens

    The history of New England—indeed, the history of the United States—can be experienced first-hand by visiting the homes and estates of the region’s most notable residents. From presidents and war heroes to icons of American literature and the arts, the grace and grandeur of these homes offer a glimpse into the lives of the men and women who shaped our nation.

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  • North Shore Baby

    North Shore Baby

    Complete with activities, daytrips, and family-friendly shopping tips, as well as essentials on museums, theaters, classes and playspaces, North Shore Baby is a must for parents north of Boston. So gather up the kids, grab this trusty field guide, and discover all that Essex County has to offer you and your family!

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  • Discovering the Boston Harbor Islands

    Discovering the Boston Harbor Islands

    Discovering the Boston Harbor Islands is an indispensable resource for those who want to uncover the best kept secret in the Northeast. Part history, part travel guide, Christopher Klein has written the most compelling invitation to explore the Boston Harbor Islands national park area to date.

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  • April Staycation 2015: School Vacation in Boston

    April Staycation 2015: School Vacation in Boston

    The Boys of Summer are back in action. The Marathon is around the corner. Jogging strollers are clogging intersections. And college students are laying out on any green patches  they can find. All this can only mean one thing: spring has sprung and it’s time for April Vacation! If you and the kids are planning an […]

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  • Dirty Old Boston: Marathon Edition!

    Dirty Old Boston: Marathon Edition!

    The Boston Marathon finish line most of us are familiar seeing is a bold blue and yellow banner that crosses the pavement on Boylston Street just before Copley Square. Visible from the line is the John Hancock Tower and the Pru, but that wasn’t always the case. Have you ever thought about how the marathon’s finish line and […]

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  • The Pop Ups are Coming!

    The Pop Ups are Coming!

    If you have ever been to Boston, there is a good chance you’ve walked the Freedom Trail, even if you didn’t know you were doing it. While the Freedom Trail hasn’t changed in years, there is something new and exciting coming to down the path: the Freedom Trail Pop Up Book of Boston by Denise D. Price!

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