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Rose Kennedy Greenway Launches ‘Caroling at the Carousel’ Series

Between all the tree lightings, the Holiday Pops, and so many versions of The Nutcracker, there’s no shortage of annual holiday traditions around Boston. But there’s always […]

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Waitress Musical Has Already Made Broadway History

There are still three months before curtains go up for previews of Waitress at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre in New York City, but the musical has already […]

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Jeannie Simms Exhibits Portraits of First Same-Sex Couples Married in Massachusetts

At 12:01 a.m. on Monday, May 17, 2004, Cambridge made history. Following the landmark decision in Goodridge v. Department of Public Health, Massachusetts became the first […]

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Meet the Sugar Plum Fairies of Boston

—Boston Ballet’s The Nutcracker— Ashley Ellis / “Sugar Plum Fairy” Why should people come see your version of The Nutcracker? It’s a very classic and classy […]

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New Charlie Brown Christmas Stamps to Be Unveiled at Boston Children’s Museum

On December 9, 1965, CBS first aired the holiday classic A Charlie Brown Christmas, featuring the Peanuts gang, a jazzy soundtrack, and a reminder of the true origins of […]

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Le Laboratoire Cambridge Adds Music to Immersive Gallery Experiences

Heading into its second year of programming, Le Laboratoire Cambridge is ramping up its offerings of immersive, interdisciplinary visitor experiences. Unlike a traditional gallery, Le […]

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Giant Snowflakes Will Illuminate Assembly Row for the Holidays

As executive director of nighttime festival “Illuminus,” Jeff Grantz has transformed architectural surfaces in the South End and Fenway neighborhoods into canvas for public art over […]

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Holiday Gift Ideas from Local Shops

For Women | For Men | For Kids | For Pets | Under $25 —For Women— Black Lattice Necklace, $135 ICA Store, 100 Northern Ave., Boston […]

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Bagel-Themed Public Art Is Now on View at the Street in Chestnut Hill

Finding the elusive New York-style bagel in the Boston area is a rare, celebrated occasion. It’s why people rejoice when endeavors like Exodus and Better […]

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MBTA Cancels Public Art Projects for the Green Line Extension

Jason McCann, who purchased one of the 1970s murals from Government Center Station when they were auctioned off by the MBTA last month, was not […]

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Crane Estate Is Hosting a Roaring Twenties Holiday Cocktail Party

With three highly attended events in the bag and plans to expand into a two-day affair in 2017, the Roaring Twenties Lawn Party has by now become […]

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Fill in the Blank: ‘I Am a Woman Who…’

Verna is a woman who is “independently minded with a fierce need for collaboration.” Kira is a woman who “rides horses and dreams of flying.” Yana […]

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Converse Unveils an Artsy New Sneaker

Sneaker giant Converse has teamed up with fellow Boston-based brand Bandulu, a purveyor of “street couture,” to create a new, limited-edition twist on the classic […]

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Tanglewood’s Summer 2016 Schedule

This was a big year for the leading men of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Boston Pops, as Andris Nelsons extended his commitment to […]

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Public Invited to Join Largest Gathering of Guitarists to Play ‘Falling Slowly’ from Once

A guy and a girl meet on the streets of Dublin. He’s a busker, composing songs on the guitar. She’s a flower seller, but also a […]