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The Boston-based music journalist has a new book out exploring the history and influence of hip hop.
Plus: Conley case prompts new research study, Worcester campus police caught stealing snacks, and more of the news you need.
The Stanley Cup series is not just a great moment in sports — but also pop culture.
Plus: Boston market among strongest in U.S., Mila Kunis spotted at the Red Lantern, and more of the news you need.
Simone’s vocals are a well-tuned gateway to raw, emotive power.
Reaching a catharsis from New Kids on the Block and the Backstreet Boys.
The real reason the Sox are suddenly posting football scores on a regular basis.
Including theaters, museum options, and other ways to explore the city.
Sparks fly on the latest album by the Wooden Birds.
Where and how to celebrate the end of the work week
Folk singer/songwriter Aly Spaltro, the 21-year-old Maine native, describes her music as “dumpster chic.”
Boston’s folk music darlings talk new music, Mexico, and winning over the masses.
The Greater Journey is chockablock with influential Bostonians of yore, but could be better.
Debating the city’s hipster nexus, plus how our hipsters stack up to those of other cities.
A recap, plus exclusive pics from the show.
Local literary heavyweights Andre Dubus III, Elyssa East and others head a worthwhile fundraiser.