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The new exhibit is pink, fuzzy, and coming soon to a venue near you.
We don’t reap the benefits of being a two-newspaper town only when it comes to the MBTA cutting bus trips or when a convicted murderer […]
We made a lot of mistakes in the early 90’s. There was a lot of neon in our closets. We coveted Hammer Pants. Our wrists […]
Despite our tunnel vision on Mitt Romney’s campaign, we do realize there are several other candidates who are still in the running for their party’s […]
During these tough economic times, it’s hard to keep yourself in the fur and Cristal you’ve been accustomed to in the past. Even with the […]
The writer’s strike has brought out the worst in television. When American Gladiators emerged from its grave to wreak spandex-clad havoc in our households again, […]
There was an item in the Names section of the Globe this morning about the slew of enlightened Hollywood heavyweights who are in Cambridge to […]
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Guess what? The Hub is still filthy with geniuses. Take a look at those Harvard and MIT scientists bending nature to their will, or that […]
In this month’s issue of Boston, we have a short story about Harvey Robbins (pictured at right), a highly territorial, local oldies promoter. He intentionally […]
Buying tickets to a show during the holidays is a dicey proposition. But we here at Boston Daily forgot the biggest variable of the holiday […]
If you have seen a national news broadcast or a newspaper this holiday season, you know that consumers aren’t feeling as flush as they have […]
It’s not often that dolls stir us to write a post, but this video is — dare we say it — Caddyshack-funny. Culled from I […]
Boise-bred and Cambridge-based country singer Eilen Jewell’s second album, Letters from Saints and Sinners is one of my favorites of 2007, by turns rollicking and […]
We all know that the US pumps nearly six million tons of carbon dioxide into the air every year. What we don’t know is what […]
I was wearing my beat-up, perfectly faded Sox cap as I was leaving the office yesterday, so it was embarrassing to admit to a fellow […]
Last week theatre buffs and Bush-haters alike (I’m guessing there’s some overlap) received some sad news. After five celebrated years, Jimmy Tingle’s Off Broadway Theatre […]