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Arts

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


Latest Stories

Champions of Breakfast

Boston’s early risers have never had better dining options. Behold, your new rules for sleuthing out the cream of the Cream of Wheat.

Entertainment

Halloween To-Do List

By Allie Vasilakis Still trying to figure out your Halloween game plan? According to a recent poll of five costume shops, here are some of […]

Arts

The Making of a Masterpiece

Over the past decade, the Museum of Fine Arts has raised more than $500 million as part of an ambitious plan to reinvent itself. This month, the public finally gets to see what a half-billion dollars gets you these days.

Entertainment

Photo Recap: New England Comic Con

By Anne Vickman Wizard World hosted the New England Comic Con over the weekend at the Hynes Convention Center (right next to the 15,000 people […]

Entertainment

Oktoberfest Ideas

By Allie Vasilakis A selection of local Oktoberfest events taking place over the next month.

Arts

The To-Do List: 9.30.10

Events worth your time this week. Inspected and selected by Boston editors.


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Best of Boston, A&E

Best of Boston, A&E

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

Entertainment

Boston at the Emmys

Did you catch the Emmys last night? Yeah, so did we. It was like watching a four-hour episode of The Office—it was awkward, nobody liked […]

Entertainment

Rock ‘N’ Roll Fantasy Camp: Behind the Brochure

We sent Boston Daily intern David Mashburn to Rock Camp last week. The rock stars in attendance included, among others, the songwriter for Aerosmith, the […]

Arts

Art Plagiarizing Life: Kosher Hip-Hop Style

What does it take to play a Yeshiva student turned hip-hop connoisseur/rapper in a short film? Well, it helps if, like Nosson Zand, you’re already […]

Entertainment

Choose Coldplay’s Opener

In a battle of the bands that was even fiercer than Bill and Ted’s face-off with their evil robotic selves, 15 local acts have been […]

Business

Plymouth Veterans Unwilling to Go Hollywood

Generally speaking, we’re pretty excited about the explosion of films being made in Massachusetts. It’s cool to see the sights we see every day committed […]

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Entertainment

Can You Say the Seven Dirty Words in Heaven?

As we all know, high-profile deaths tend to come in threes. Last week, Tim Russert collapsed while working at the NBC studios. Today, we learned […]

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 […]

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