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If you’ve joined the thousands of rookie golfers just getting into the sport during COVID, here’s what you need to know.
The Town Apparently So Clever That Aspiring Criminals Are Trying Out Its Moves. Fortunately, the Boston-based crime thriller is not so good because the real-life […]
This 20-something singer/songwriter has a downright nasty talent for writing great lyrics and catchy melodies.
Even with all of its glitz and glamour, Hollywood still needs Boston’s guts and glory.
How the iPod has changed my life.
Comedy Central will air a documentary about the actual production of the cartoon. Yes.
Could Rick Perry be derailed for making one true and noble statement?
Including theaters, museum options, and other ways to explore the city.
You might have tried a barre class or two, but that's nothing compared to this intense workout.
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Review: Shot-in-Boston ‘What’s Your Number?’ Totally Sucks. Even Anna Faris and Chris Evans can’t save this sinking ship, dubbed ” another lame-brained, by-the-numbers romantic comedy” […]
Mayor Menino claims today is the day for the Gershwin musical.
We’ve done your dirty work since finding good indie rock can be a game of feast or famine.
Nine amazing fairs and festivals taking place this month.
The Gallerist takes folk-infused melodies up a notch with this new EP.
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The eight must-hits to hear, see, and eat at the city’s biggest jazz extravaganza.
I love dogs, but the economies built around them make me cynical, and books about dogs are no exception.
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A roundup of comfortably-equipped, well-beered, multi-TV stops around the city.