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Homage to those back from abroad not ready for America…

January 28, 2010 by


By: Billie Hirsch Upon entering Tatte Fine Cookies & Cakes, I instantaneously peered downward at my feet. No ruby red Mary Janes or compact canine, but, Toto…I have a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore. With a hint of weathered Victorian elegance and décor that is rustic and simple, I now resided in some foreign […]


October 29, 2009 by


By Cason Latimer Chunkiness is not usually a texture that western pallets associate with tea, however Bubble Tea, is a sensation that has caught on around the country and more recently in the Boston area. Bubble tea is a Taiwanese import boasting a new and fun way to experience tea. In Boston there are several […]

Allston cares…Really, it does

October 13, 2009 by


By Billie Hirsch Allston, MASS–For local health nuts and foodies—lonely and hungry in a city entertaining fast food lovers—the local farmers market in Allston, MA sounds promising. Every Friday from now to October 30, the Harvard Allston Education Portal will be transformed into a haven for organic vendors, local farmers, winemakers and beekeepers. The market […]

Beer. Part of this Complete Breakfast.

April 2, 2009 by


Brien Hopkins [The Man Shark] Children of the 1980s and ’90s were beat over the head with that mantra, “part of this complete breakfast.” Remember the image? A tall glass of OJ and a slice of golden toast topped with a perfect square of butter. No one ever ate the complete breakfast. Not even the […]

Share the Love, Spread the Word: Eatin’ Out

March 27, 2009 by


As part of a new effort to get the Emmanuel community more involved with The Monthly Fox, the Le Renard staff will now be working to get your stories and rants online. We want to know what restaurants and bars you like to blow your cash on. Last semester we began featuring a restaurant on […]

Staying Alive: Boston’s Cafe Culture

February 16, 2009 by


An excerpt from the upcoming March issue of Le Renard. By Phil Meagher At Trident Booksellers and Café the atmosphere is one-of-a-kind. In addition to offering a full breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu until midnight, they also sell books and magazines. This is one of Boston Proper’s last surviving independent booksellers, one of the areas […]

Boston, Beer and Basebal — ‘nough said

February 6, 2009 by


By Phil Meagher “Nuf Ced” McGreevy’s 3rd Base Saloon is no ordinary sports bar. Back in the late 1800s, it was a hangout for a number of big-names — ballplayers like Babe Ruth, gamblers like “Sport” Sullivan (behind the fixing of the 1919 World Series), and celebrities like boxing champion and American sports hero, John […]