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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 […]

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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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Sex’s Greatest Hits: Part 1!

In anticipation of the Sex and the City movie Bostonista will not only be swilling commemorative cosmos, we’ll also be counting down what we consider […]

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Sex’s Greatest Hits: Number Two

In anticipation of the Sex and the City movie Bostonista will not only be swilling commemorative cosmos, we’ll also be counting down what we consider […]

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Sex’s Greatest Hits: Number Three

In anticipation of the Sex and the City movie Bostonista will not only be swilling commemorative cosmos, we’ll also be counting down what we consider […]

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Countdown: Sex’s Greatest Hits

If you are anything like us, you’ve often wondered, sometimes angrily, how Carrie Bradshaw, freelance columnist living in Manhattan, can afford to don the various […]

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Bostonista Loves: Barbara Walters

Last week, we were among the lucky Bostonians who got to meet The View’s Brookline-born mother hen and all around feminist icon, Barbara Walters. At […]

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Calling All New Kids Fans

This past weekend, I made a brief pit-stop at the Kiss 108 concert, where I spent time interviewing everyone’s favorite man-band, New Kids on the […]

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The Rich Get Richer, and the State Gets Poorer

There have been many benefits to the state’s subsidies of the film industry. We get to see famous people walking among us everyday folk. There’s […]

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The *Tough* Life of Ben Mezrich Continues

In the March 2008 issue of Boston magazine, we profiled Ben Mezrich as 21, the movie based on his bestselling novel Bringing Down the House, […]

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Black Hole for the Milky Way

There are precious few places in Boston where one can rent a pair of wretched shoes and get his or her bowl on. Or sing […]

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Stupidity at 75 Cents a Pop

I’d like to say I’m surprised by today’s Globe editorial — “Nihilism at $60 a pop.” But I’m not. It’s just more of the same […]

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Errol Morris 24/7 = Standard Marketing Procedure

Talk about a media blitz. After years of work and months of screenings, Errol Morris‘ new documentary, Standard Operating Procedure, is now engaging in weeks […]

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Aging Rock Stars, Part II… Target: Aging Fans

The lobby of the Somerville Theater was a blue/gray sea of denim, chambray, and fleece. “Yikes!” I said to my husband. “These are my peers?” […]

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Aging Rock Stars

This week we had the chance to catch up with several 50-something rock stars live on the stage here in Boston, which isn’t hard considering […]