Most-Read Stories of 2018

Here's a look back at some of our top reads from 2018

From our annual Boston’s Best guide to the city’s most eligible singles, here are our 10 most popular stories of the year.

Boston’s Best Food & Drink. For the 27th consecutive year, The Improper set out to decide which of those places that make our city great were the best of the bunch. From the city’s best new restaurant to raw bar, here are all our winners of 2018 Boston’s Best Food & Drink. —By MC Slim JB and Scott Kearnan

Meet Boston’s 20 most eligible singles. This year’s group is full of multi-faceted, fascinating and attractive people who just so happen to be unattached. All of them lead full, interesting lives and all of them are people you’d be happy to set up with your best friend—or date yourself. —By Jonathan Soroff

Aly Raisman. “I’m not just speaking for myself. I’m speaking for anyone who suffered this and doesn’t have a voice, and I take that very seriously.” Olympic gold medalist and social activist Aly Raisman talks about standing up, speaking out and moving forward. —By Jonathan Soroff

The Reel World. The road to the premiere of The Habit—Johnny Hickey’s second film and the first starring his longtime friend Christopher “C.T.” Tamburello—reads like a movie itself: Two buddies pave their own paths in the entertainment industry using the lessons they learned growing up in the projects of Charlestown. —By Nathan Tavares

Airing It Out. Sports radio and TV personality Michael Felger and his wife, Boston 25 morning anchor Sara Underwood chat about fan encounters, hockey and speaking frankly. —By Jonathan Soroff

Erin RobertsonProject Runway season 15 winner and Boston’s Best Clothing Designer Erin Robertson talks about sustainable fashion, snacks and her beauty favorites ahead of her Fenway pop-up. —By Ruby Vishnick

Black is BackOrange Is the New Black actress Taylor Schilling spills on Zen-inspired nannying and Oscar acceptance speeches. —By Jonathan Soroff

All SmilesSports Illustrated Swimsuit model and former NFL Patriots cheerleader Camille Kostek dishes on cheerleading, one-pieces and Gronk’s butt. —By Jonathan Soroff

Oh, Hoppy Day! Trillium Brewing opens an 18,000-square-foot restaurant with a rustic dining room and a full-service taproom to Fort Point. —By Julia Aparicio

Top 10 Local Acts on the Rise. Our annual roundup of noteworthy Boston-bred bands ranges wide, from the going-national buzz of slick dance-rockers Ripe to the deft, delicate voice of Anjimile. —By Paul Robicheau

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