Molly chats with Boston Globe contributor Bree Figueroa about the Netflix series Ginny & Georgia, particularly all the similarities to the town of Newton, MA and Newton North High School.
Molly talks to Huffington Post writer Krissy Brady about her love of cooking shows (Top Chef, The Next Food Network Star, The Great Food Truck Race, Pioneer Woman), but her hatred of actual cooking.
Molly gushes about Beantown to Boston Day Book co-founder, Natalie Kurtzman. Read Molly's ode to the city, alongside other locals who "Love that Dirty Water."
Molly talks to Joan Chrissos of the Miami Herald about her love for farm-to-table dinners, live from the weekly dinner at the Cafe at Books & Books at the Arsht Center.
Kristen Uekermann of The Boston Fashionista features Molly in a piece about achieving career goals and mastering your professional universe.
Before getting involved with Boston's Bees Knees Supply Company, Jen Turner owned South Boston's Blue Tierra Chocolate. Molly got a first hand account of her chocoholic business for the Boston Local Food Festival.
Molly talked signature drinks with Kofi Thomas, Privateer Rum's resident cocktail guru, leading up to Boston's Local Craft Brewfest.
In anticipation of the Local Craft Brewfest in Boston, Molly sits down with Chris Lohring of Notch Brewing to learn what makes their beers special.
Pop.Bop.Shop.'s review of Beacon Hill's Tip Tap Room makes BostInno's "Need to Know Links" roundup.
BostInno's Lisa DeCanio reviews top Boston-area food blogs - including Pop.Bop.Shop.
Not sure how to tackle the abundance of ice cream offerings at the Jimmy Fund's annual Scooper Bowl? Pop.Bop.Shop.'s advice hits the pages of BostInno.