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The ICA Watershed Will Return with a “Monumental” Immersive Installation

After a yearlong hiatus, the free art gallery makes its return in July with another sprawling ocean-themed installation.


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Literature

42 Books to Help You Get Through the Rest of Quarantine, Chosen by Boston Booksellers

Travel

Eight Massachusetts Movie Locations to Visit on a Day Drive

Travel

Five Takeaways from a Conversation with Paul Theroux


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Arts

Lights Out at The Colonial Theatre?

Plus: A round-up of some of this week’s big local arts stories.

Arts

@RepHenriquez Blasts 5-0 on Twitter

Plus: Police ramp up after violent holiday weekend, why D.C. wants to be like Boston, and more news.

Arts

Review: ‘Tamer Animals’ by Other Lives

Tamer Animals is indie folk perfection: orchestral cello arrangements over guitar and arresting vocals with harmonies.

Arts

Lionel Richie Bails on July 4 Show

Plus: Todd English and his stupid valet zone, Massholes are forever, and more of the news you need.

Arts

Beat It

Handsome Furs’ third full-length record is pop-driven electro fusion.

Arts

Nantucket: Not a ‘Part Time’ Crowd

Although I was out of place at the Nantucket Film Festival’s Late Night Storytelling, I got a few laughs.


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Best of Boston, A&E

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


Arts

Oh, Snap!

We loved the video of guy dancing outside of the Pru, but street performer Snap Boogie is even more legit.

Arts

Nantucket is Ready for Its Close-Up

The documentary, directed by Ric Burns, opens this weekend.

Arts

Gonzo Calls Boston Fans ‘Obnoxious’

Plus: Nike pulls T-shirts from storefront, Berklee prof recording sounds of Cape Cod, and more of the news you need.

Entertainment

With Segways Out, A Few Alternatives

We culled the city for a few alternative methods of awkward transportation.

Arts

Boston Pops + Lionel Richie = Partay!

I’m all for Lionel Richie as guest singer for this year’s Fourth of July broadcast of the Boston Pops.

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Business

Want to Make Bank? Find Bulger’s GF.

Plus: Celtics’ Glen Davis ‘exercising his mind,’ Segways banned from sidewalks, and more of the news you need.

Arts

MFA Giza Archives Project Earns Nod

Plus: Conley case prompts new research study, Worcester campus police caught stealing snacks, and more of the news you need.

Arts

A Cultural Take on the B’s Win

The Stanley Cup series is not just a great moment in sports — but also pop culture.

Entertainment

Bank of America to Hike Service Fees

Plus: Boston market among strongest in U.S., Mila Kunis spotted at the Red Lantern, and more of the news you need.

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