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If you’ve joined the thousands of rookie golfers just getting into the sport during COVID, here’s what you need to know.
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 […]
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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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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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 […]
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, […]
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 […]
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 […]