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Music

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

The Boston-based music journalist has a new book out exploring the history and influence of hip hop.


Travel

Eight Massachusetts Movie Locations to Visit on a Day Drive

Literature

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

Travel

Seven Fall Date Ideas to Try Out around Boston


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Events

Celebrate Chinese New Year 2020 with These Boston Events

Ring in the Year of the Rat at one (or all!) of these seven festive events around town.

Theater

Give Our Regards to Broadway

The Colonial Theatre is one step closer to reclaiming Boston’s legacy as the first place to see tomorrow’s Broadway hits.

Entertainment

The Best Sledding Hills in Boston

Here are 21 tried-and-true urban slopes for sledding around town.

Arts

Why There’s a Giant Egyptian Statue on City Hall Plaza

The 25-foot-tall figure is turning heads this week.

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Home Design

Fabrics from This Local Business Dressed up the Sets in Little Women

We got all the details from the owner of Zimman’s in Lynn.

Movies

Wednesday Will Officially Be “Little Women Day” in Boston

That means you’re allowed to wear a hoop skirt and bonnet to work, right?


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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.


Arts + Entertainment

The Fenway Skating Rink Will Open December 16, with a Bang

Its first season will begin with a Winter Carnival.

Theater

Influencer: The Art of Offense

The Theater Offensive’s executive director wants to shake up the city’s status quo.

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Entertainment

How Does Quincy Market Put on the “Blink” Light Show?

It’s all thanks to the engineers in charge at the Dover-based firm DesignLight.

Events

Here’s a First Look at the Seaport Skating Rink, Open Now

There’s no booze at the Snowport Winter Village yet, but there is a Waffle Cabin.

Arts

A Glowing, Swaying Field of 28,000 Lights Is Sprouting in the Seaport

Called Entre les rangs, it’s made of thousands of reflectors on sticks, and it’s the latest eye-catching installation in the neighborhood.

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Music

Over a Decade, Hip Hop Claimed a Hard-Won Seat at the Table

The city hasn’t always had the good sense to embrace what it’s good at.

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Literature

Kids’ Stuff

With their latest children’s book on shelves now, Boston’s own Ben and Tonya Mezrich tell all.

Entertainment

Seeing Red

Think you have it rough this holiday season? Try being a local mall Santa.

Comedy

Have You Heard the One about My Crippling Depression?

Mental illness almost killed North Shore comedian Gary Gulman. Then it made him famous.

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