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Travel

Make the Most of Winter with a Stroll through Castles Carved Out of Ice

And don’t miss the Mystic Forest light walk.


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Music

Q&A: Candace McDuffie on 50 Rappers Who Changed the World

Travel

Eight Massachusetts Movie Locations to Visit on a Day Drive

Literature

31 Books to Read While Self-Isolating, Chosen by Boston Booksellers


Latest Stories

TV

Coming Soon: A Docu-Series about Tamerlan Tsarnaev and the FBI

An Oscar-winner will direct a documentary series based on the Michele McPhee book Maximum Harm.

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Movies

Here’s What You Need to Know about This Year’s IFFBoston Festival

We’ve got some recommendations for you.

Arts

The MFA and the BPL Teamed Up on a Toulouse-Lautrec Exhibit

The city’s cultural institutions want you to learn more about those beloved dorm posters.

News

A Revere Movie Theater Is Showing Every Marvel Movie in Order for Two Straight Days

Have the stamina? At the end of the marathon, you get to see Avengers: Endgame early.

Celebs

Chris Evans Might Have to “Cut Ties” if Brady’s Still a Trump Supporter

The Sudbury native made the comments in a new Hollywood Reporter cover story.

Events

Spring Arts Preview

Our exclusive guide to spring arts events.


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Best of Boston, A&E

Best of Boston, A&E

Including theaters, museum options, and other ways to explore the city.

Entertainment

Happy Place, the Instagram Sensation, Is Coming to Boston in April

It offers a dozen rooms of social media-friendly bliss. Just don’t call it a “selfie factory,” its mastermind says.

Arts

Decades of Gender Bending Fashion Are Coming to the MFA

Meet the gender-blurring influencers, designers, and wearers of the past and present.

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Music

A Huge New Music Venue is Coming to Brighton

A new Boston Landing event space will hold 3,500 concertgoers

Music

Who Is the Sailor Peg in Dropkick Murphys’ “I’m Shipping Up to Boston?”

Frontman Ken Casey gives us the inside scoop.

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Music

Amanda Palmer Is Used to Writing about the Dark

The singer is unafraid to venture into difficult territory on her new album.

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Fitness

See the World Premiere of Six Short Films at this Bike Travel Film Festival

Featuring a cookie buffet and the chance to win a trip to Italy.

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TV

Is a Chris Evans TV Show Filming in Belmont?

A request from a location scout sounds a lot like his new project.

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Music

How Run-DMC and Aerosmith Made Music History

Walk This Way tells the story of the first hip hop song to hit mainstream rock radio.

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Arts

The MFA Unveils Their First-Ever Frida Kahlo Exhibit

The exhibit will feature the only Kahlo painting in New England.

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