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Get ready to read "Yvonne," by Ciera Burch.
Happy Place, the Instagram Sensation, Is Coming to Boston in April
It offers a dozen rooms of social media-friendly bliss. Just don’t call it a "selfie factory," its mastermind says.
Decades of Gender Bending Fashion Are Coming to the MFA
Meet the gender-blurring influencers, designers, and wearers of the past and present.
A Huge New Music Venue is Coming to Brighton
A new Boston Landing event space will hold 3,500 concertgoers
Who Is the Sailor Peg in Dropkick Murphys’ "I’m Shipping Up to Boston?"
Frontman Ken Casey gives us the inside scoop.
Amanda Palmer Is Used to Writing about the Dark
The singer is unafraid to venture into difficult territory on her new album.
See the World Premiere of Six Short Films at this Bike Travel Film Festival
Featuring a cookie buffet and the chance to win a trip to Italy.
Including theaters, museum options, and other ways to explore the city.
Is a Chris Evans TV Show Filming in Belmont?
A request from a location scout sounds a lot like his new project.
How Run-DMC and Aerosmith Made Music History
Walk This Way tells the story of the first hip hop song to hit mainstream rock radio.
The MFA Unveils Their First-Ever Frida Kahlo Exhibit
The exhibit will feature the only Kahlo painting in New England.
Warner Bros. Has Killed a Quest to Erase the Rat from the End of The Departed
A Kickstarter had raised $4,000 in just a day.
The Interview: Eliza Dushku
One of the city’s brightest stars on her rise to movie producer, the art of being brutally honest, and why Hollywood can’t ever seem to get Boston right.
The Must List
Seven can’t-miss things to do, see, and read this month.
Springfield’s Ruth Carter Wins Oscar for Best Costume Design
She gave a shout-out to her mom in Massachusetts.
You Can Help This Guy Erase the Rat from the End of The Departed
A kickstarter seeks $4,000 to fix the cheesy ending to the classic Boston movie.
What’s the Best Boston Movie of All Time?
Not including the many crime-related contenders.