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Events

Glowing Bridges Will Light up the Emerald Necklace This Winter in Boston

It’s all part of a new program to help Boston residents enjoy the parks despite the cold.


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Travel

Make the Most of Winter with a Stroll through Castles Carved Out of Ice

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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


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Entertainment

Questions For… Eilen Jewell

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 […]

Entertainment

Local Man Illustrates Global Warming, with Elephants

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 […]

Entertainment

Go! Team, or Go Team!?

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 […]

Entertainment

Tingle Exits, Stage Left

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 […]

Entertainment

Worth Seeing: Baby Boom

The International Poster Gallery on Newbury Street remains one of my favorite places in which to drop in, pick the brains of the staff, flip […]

Entertainment

Third Time’s the Charm?

We’re hardly slavish admirers of Keith Lockhart, and it seems that our readership agrees. But we’d be remiss in our gossip-spreading duties if we didn’t […]


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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

Best Packaging Ever?

I picked up the new CD from Cambridge’s stellar Drug Rug last week. The album is terrific and I highly recommend it. It’s sort of […]

Entertainment

Boston Massacre

The Globe‘s always spot-on film section went for the throat today, handing out three 2-star reviews, two 1.5 stars and a 1-star. The lowest-rated was […]

Entertainment

The Evans Diaries

Sudbury’s own Chris Evans is back in theaters this weekend starring as Scarlett Johansson’s love interest in The Nanny Diaries. We profiled Evans in March, […]

Entertainment

Juggling Meets Future

I went to MIT last night to see The Shoebox Tour, a performance by a traveling troupe of avant-garde jugglers, organized by a local Globe […]

Entertainment

Mess with the Bull, Get Boston Rob

Oh, Boston Rob, is there anything you can’t do? From your multiple stints on Survivor and The Amazing Race to your recent turn on the […]

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Hey La, Hey La, Buddy’s Back!

Rhode Island politicians woke up to some bad news this morning. Convicted felon and beloved former mayor of Providence, Vincent “Buddy” Cianci will let loose […]

Entertainment

Every Day Should be Madden Day

Looking around the office today and noticing a rash of suspiciously absent young men? That, of course, can only mean one thing: it’s Maddenoliday. To […]

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