Lisa Weidenfeld, Boston Magazine

Lisa Weidenfeld

Boston Magazine

Somerville, MA, United States

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Past articles by Lisa:

Group Chat: The Staff of Boston Magazine Watches Hocus Pocus 2

A discussion of the new movie's highs, lows, and opportunities for Tony Hale. → Read More

Take a Peek Inside the Impeccably Designed Beacon Hill Books & Cafe

Beacon Hill Books & Cafe opens soon with four floors of books, a cafe, and an event space you can rent with your book-loving friends. → Read More

Adventures in Aunthood

An intrepid handbook for learning to care for someone else’s kid. → Read More

Get Ready to Party Again at the Returning MFA Late Nite Event

Don't miss a thrilling lineup of performers, and stop by to see the Obama portraits. → Read More

Storrowing Season Claims Another Truck in Boston

Accordion truck roof, backed up traffic, the judgment of locals—it's all here. → Read More

The Museum of Bad Art Has Landed a New Permanent Gallery Space

Head to Dorchester Brewing Company to celebrate the the good news of the worst art. → Read More

Why Are We So Obsessed with the Orange Line Bridge Diver?

An act of sheer athleticism in the midst of a crisis has caught everyone's attention. → Read More

The Annual Best of Boston Party Is Back

After a pandemic hiatus, our party celebrating all the Best of Boston winners returns. → Read More

The Seaport Will Have a Luxe Movie Theater After All

The Alamo Drafthouse is taking over the former Showplace Icon. → Read More

Killing Eve signs off with just a few more shocking deaths, as is its way

The Sandra Oh/Jodie Comer spy drama has stabbed its last. → Read More

Killing Eve follows emotional payoff with some very out-of-character choices

Eve and Villanelle's relationship gets some real forward momentum before a messy conclusion to the episode. → Read More

Killing Eve delves into a supervillain origin story

At least now we know why Villanelle's sinister employers are called The 12. → Read More

Killing Eve offers up a series of face-offs in a taut and conflicted episode

Suffice to say, that was probably not the big kiss people were hoping for. → Read More

Bostonian by Choice

The debate over who counts as a local has been raging for decades. → Read More

"Riding with Evil" Preview: Read What It's Like to Go Undercover with a Biker Gang

The new book dives into former ATF agent Ken Croke's years embedded with the Pagans. → Read More

Killing Eve sends Villanelle to a qualified therapist, finally

But it may not be enough to save her from her darker impulses. → Read More

A sour Killing Eve takes an ill-fated trip to the woods

The moral of the story is, no one should ever go camping with Villanelle. → Read More

The Afterparty solves its murder with a season-best finale

Hopefully Sam Richardson has finally gotten all of that marker off his face. → Read More

Take a Peek at the First Trailer for the New Julia Child Show

The series stars Sarah Lancashire as Julia Child, David Hyde Pierce as Paul Child, and premieres on March 31 on HBO Max. → Read More

Killing Eve is now the story of two exes who can’t move on

But that's okay, because we don't want Eve (Sandra Oh) and Villanelle (Jodie Comer) to move on. → Read More