Arts & Entertainment

Tim Fain’s Multimedia Concert ‘Portals’ Comes to Boston

In our tech-obsessed day and age, interpersonal communication is all iPhone screen and clicking keyboard. When we want to find a life partner, we hit […]

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Free Things to Do in Boston, September 2013

South Shore Conservatory’s Family Festival The Conservatory’s biannual festival is a jam-packed 90 minutes of artistic exploration for the whole family. Choose between participating in […]


Q&A: N’East Style’s Christine Mitchell

[Christine Mitchell at the Newport Folk Festival] Having grown up in Manchester, Vermont, and Farmington, Maine, Christine Mitchell’s roots are firmly in New England soil. […]


Seasonal Hurricane Predictions Can Only Forecast So Much

On August 8—at the cusp of peak hurricane season—the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration issued an update to its 2013 hurricane predictions, originally released in […]

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Five of Boston’s Best Coffeehouse–Art Gallery Hybrids

The best coffee shops don’t just serve up that exactly-how-you-like-it soy, extra-foam, extra-extra-hot latte. They also provide a daily dose of inspiration with art, music, […]

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Free Things to Do in Boston, August 2013

Boston Children Museum’s 100th Birthday Celebration As part of the Highland Street Foundation’s Free Fun Fridays, the Boston Children’s Museum will bring its Big Cake […]

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Free Things to Do in Boston, July 2013

Shakespeare on the Common: The Two Gentlemen of Verona The Commonwealth Shakespeare Company presents its 18th annual season of free Shakespeare performed as Sir William […]

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Eight Father’s Day Events in Boston

Ball and Buck’s Annual Father’s Day Experience The Newbury Street retailer that prides itself on providing entirely American-made menswear and sporting gear will host its […]