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Now Hear This: 'Tamer Animals' by Other Lives

There’s nothing worse than discovering a band you click with immediately, only to discover they played at Brighton Music Hall six days beforehand. Dag, yo! […]

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Daily Feed: McBride Replaces Richie at Boston Fourth of July Spectacular

Lionel Bails, and We’re Back to Country Music on the Fourth. Lionel Richie is out. Martina McBride is in. Boston staffer Matthew Reed Baker is […]

City Life

Daily Feed: Boston Bruins Get B Average from ESPN Bloggers

Are Airport Scanners to Blame for Boston’s ‘Cancer Cluster’? Union reps claim that exposure from security scanners increases the risk for cancer risk in TSA […]

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Now Hear This: Sound Kapital by the Handsome Furs

Ever since the Handsome Furs released their first album, Plague Park, in 2007, they’ve had an adept ability to fuse somber folk, alt-country, and post-punk […]

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Nantucket, Barely a 'Part Time' Crowd for Rock

BOSTON — When my wife was a kid, she misheard the KISS song “Rock & Roll All Night” lyric. It famously goes, “I wanna rock […]

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America's Got Talent Called. They Want Snap Boogie Back.

It seems to be the season for street dancing — we got a kick out of this guy busting some spontaneous moves in front of […]

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Nantucket Is Ready for Its Close-Up

Few would argue that Nantucket should be one of the most cinematic places on Earth. But only now does that lovely, mysterious, historic, and presently […]

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Death Certificates Provide Story of Life for OD Victims in South Shore: Years of death certificates from Quincy, Braintree, and Weymouth support the notion that […]

City Life

Apple Patents Tech to Combat Concert Pics and Vids

If you’ve been to a concert in the past few years, you’ve most likely noticed an increasing number of fans facing front, glowing smartphone or […]

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Boston Pops + Lionel Richie = Partay! (All Night Long)

There’s been a sense of dread around our offices over the past few weeks over the upcoming Fourth of July broadcast of the Boston Pops […]

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Video: Boston Convention Center Expansion Approved by Panel. The first step toward the multi-billion dollar expansion came yesterday when a state panel approved the project, […]

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Museum of Fine Arts Project Earns Computerworld Nod. The Giza Archives Project, which links archaeological data to an interactive 3-D platform for research on the […]

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A Cultural Take on the B's Stanley Cup

So it’s the morning after the Boston Bruins have brought the Stanley Cup back to the Hub for the first time in 39 years. Strange […]

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Alina Simone at Brookline Booksmith

Ukrainian-born songstress Alina Simone grew up in Lexington and attended art school in Boston before moving to Austin and eventually, Brooklyn (oh, really? We’re so […]

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Now Hear This: The Wooden Birds – Two Matchsticks

Listening to the Wooden Birds makes me want to climb trees, take a walk down a dirt road surrounded by mint fields, play in the […]