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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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Entertainment

We Go On OkCupid’s IQ Adventure

If you’re anything like us, you spend most of your afternoon looking for something to wile away the hours before you can head for the […]

Arts

Robert Frost: Party Animal

News broke yesterday that 28 teenagers responsible for wreaking drunken havoc on Robert Frost‘s summer abode in Vermont finally received their punishment. They are to […]

Entertainment

Boston’s New Lead Singer: Some Fat Guy from Home Depot. Really.

Tommy DeCarlo’s primary gig involves wearing an orange apron as a credit manager at a Home Depot in Charlotte, North Carolina. But starting Saturday the […]

Entertainment

Calling All New Kids Fans

This past weekend, I made a brief pit-stop at the Kiss 108 concert, where I spent time interviewing everyone’s favorite man-band, New Kids on the […]

Entertainment

The Rich Get Richer, and the State Gets Poorer

There have been many benefits to the state’s subsidies of the film industry. We get to see famous people walking among us everyday folk. There’s […]

Entertainment

The *Tough* Life of Ben Mezrich Continues

In the March 2008 issue of Boston magazine, we profiled Ben Mezrich as 21, the movie based on his bestselling novel Bringing Down the House, […]


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Best of Boston, A&E

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Business

Black Hole for the Milky Way

There are precious few places in Boston where one can rent a pair of wretched shoes and get his or her bowl on. Or sing […]

Entertainment

Stupidity at 75 Cents a Pop

I’d like to say I’m surprised by today’s Globe editorial — “Nihilism at $60 a pop.” But I’m not. It’s just more of the same […]

Entertainment

Errol Morris 24/7 = Standard Marketing Procedure

Talk about a media blitz. After years of work and months of screenings, Errol Morris‘ new documentary, Standard Operating Procedure, is now engaging in weeks […]

Education

Harvard Kids Laugh At Karl Rove

You know who’s fun? Karl Rove. I’m not kidding. Ever since he dropped his day job as a torture enabling evil genius, not only has […]

Entertainment

TNR’s Preview Review of 21

Earlier this month, Boston Daily got to see 21, the movie based on Ben Mezrich’s bestselling book, Bringing Down the House, which opens nationally tomorrow. […]

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Arts

Keep Off the Grass, and Everything Else

Boston Common is one of our favorite outdoor places in the city. During the winter, it’s fun to watch college students sled on stolen cafeteria […]

Entertainment

Ricky Gervais Makes Fun of Lowell

Boston Daily has a lot of love for town newspapers. Not only do they pick up important stories that the big papers miss (Godspeed, Mr. […]

Entertainment

Close Encounters During On Broadway

Last night’s special screening of On Broadway reminded us that despite its big-city status, Boston is a surprisingly small town. As we entered the lobby […]

Entertainment

Your St. Patrick’s Day Alternative

It’s become a tradition for Bostonians to try and catch the Dropkick Murphys on St. Patrick’s Day. But much like trying to get Red Sox […]

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