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MIT Media Lab Announces $250,000 for Civil Disobedience

Breaking the rules has never felt so good. On Monday, the MIT Media Lab opened applications for its Disobedience Award, a first-of-its-kind prize for an […]

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Why Boston Needs Liquor License Reform

Walk through Faneuil Hall, along Lansdowne Street around Fenway Park, or down Broadway in Southie on a Friday night, and a similar scene will likely […]

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Follow Friday: Universal Hub

Waiting for a shuttle bus at Park St #mbta pic.twitter.com/rtG5TKmW9R — Adam Gaffin (@universalhub) March 25, 2015 Follow Friday, At a Glance Connect with Universal […]

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Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

Music MayFair in Harvard Square  The annual MayFair has been a local fixture for 32 years, but this year, the talent was hand-picked by staff at Harvard Square’s own Sinclair. […]

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Where to Celebrate Independent Bookstore Day on May 2

Last year, California Bookstore Day launched on the West Coast, highlighting independent vendors and encouraging customers to support local retailers who continue to sell books in a world […]

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Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

Comedy Women in Comedy Festival  Seeking to close the gender gap in comedy, the seventh annual Women in Comedy Festival brings laughs from some of […]

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Follow Friday: Union Square Donuts

A photo posted by Union Square Donuts (@unionsquaredonuts) on Mar 28, 2015 at 9:14am PDT As many continue to indulge in artistic and stylish food […]

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Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

Family Fun Muppet Madness Every Patriot’s Day weekend, the Brattle Theatre pays homage to America’s favorite troupe of walking, talking, singing puppets. For four days, […]

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Shit-Faced Shakespeare Comes to Boston

You’re probably familiar with William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, a tale of forbidden love, forests, and magic potions that has captivated audiences for nearly 500 years. What […]

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MIT to Launch a House-Sized Balloon for the Global Space Balloon Challenge

This Saturday, MIT grad students will compete in the Global Space Balloon Challenge, where over 250 teams in more than 40 countries will send latex, […]

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Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

Book Charles Simic at the Harvard Book Store Pulitzer Prize recipient and former poet laureate Charles Simic will read from his latest collection of poems […]

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Derek Jeter Is Publishing a Rob Gronkowski Autobiography

Overcoming the age-old New York-Boston rivalry, Jeter Publishing—also known as Derek Jeter’s publishing house under Simon and Shuster—announced it’ll publish an autobiography penned by the Patriots’ favorite […]

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Seven Pop-Up Dinners (and Other Notable Culinary Events)

All-You-Can-Eat Fenway Franks If you’re looking for a fun and affordable way to celebrate Fenway Park’s home opener, take advantage of the South Street Diner’s […]

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Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

Comedy TruTV’s Impractical Jokers at the Wilbur Theater Spend an evening with comedy troop the Tenderloins, cast of the hit TV series Impractical Jokers. Formed […]

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Free Things to Do in Boston, April 2015

Opera Night at the Boston Public Library The Boston Lyric Opera, in partnership with the New England Foundation of Psychoanalysis, will perform a rendition of […]