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Katy Kostakis

City Editor

A Massachusetts native and an alumna of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University, Katy Kostakis has written for Turner Classic Movies, The Spruce, Simply Recipes, Paste Magazine, and more. She loves cooking, literature, cosmetics, Renaissance and Medieval history, travel, arts & entertainment, tarot, and astrology. You can often find her traipsing around Salem.

Literary-themed events await bibliophiles.
These musical artists take the stage from Sept.13-29
The Brattle Street house has connections to notable historical figures.
Find out where you can catch these mobile performances.
Resources are offered to promote community engagement.
Several amentities are available for each endeavor.
If you don’t have coffee already in hand, consider this your sign to grab some.
The Back Bay street will be car-free on Sundays.
The self proclaimed “Mayor of Flavortown” has brought the Triple-D production to Boston on many occasions and we’re hungry for the details.
Three centers will be incorporated into the renovated space.
Fill your basket here with thrifty literary buys.
The Cambridge food hall features fourteen restaurants.
These eleven cities share Boston’s diverse culture.
This well-known cemetery in Cambridge was founded in the 1830s.
Shop at 100 Seaport Boulevard for the summer
Want to host a block party in Boston?
Head over to these local restaurants for one tasty Mother’s Day feast.
These Boston-area spots made the OpenTable’s Top 100 Brunch Restaurants list.
The grant supports local arts and cultural programming
Trot over to one of these local events for the most exciting two minutes in sports.
Plan your summer with plenty of festive events happening outside all summer long in Boston.
Want to build your own Boston?
Boston Magazine’s “150 Most Influential Bostonians” has inspired us
Featuring nine bedrooms and seven baths, this home is over 23,000 sqft.
Find out why this three-mile-long park is one of Boston’s most picturesque green spaces.
Artists can apply to create temporary monuments within Boston.