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Harvard Kids Laugh At Karl Rove

You know who’s fun? Karl Rove. I’m not kidding. Ever since he dropped his day job as a torture enabling evil genius, not only has […]

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Fashion Victim Smurf

Back when it was perfectly acceptable for a kid to spend hours in front of the television, I was an incredibly dedicated Smurfs devotee. Why […]

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TNR’s Preview Review of 21

Earlier this month, Boston Daily got to see 21, the movie based on Ben Mezrich’s bestselling book, Bringing Down the House, which opens nationally tomorrow. […]

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The Hills Are Alive (And Shockingly Low Maintenance)

Reality TV stars can’t be trusted. From false professors of love to tax-evading survivors, we’ve never looked to this particular breed of megalomaniac for anything […]

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Keep Off the Grass, and Everything Else

Boston Common is one of our favorite outdoor places in the city. During the winter, it’s fun to watch college students sled on stolen cafeteria […]

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Ricky Gervais Makes Fun of Lowell

Boston Daily has a lot of love for town newspapers. Not only do they pick up important stories that the big papers miss (Godspeed, Mr. […]

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Close Encounters During On Broadway

Last night’s special screening of On Broadway reminded us that despite its big-city status, Boston is a surprisingly small town. As we entered the lobby […]

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Your St. Patrick’s Day Alternative

It’s become a tradition for Bostonians to try and catch the Dropkick Murphys on St. Patrick’s Day. But much like trying to get Red Sox […]

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Bring on the Guillotine Chic

As we should, Fashion Week Mom and I typically differ on the type of Hollywood hunk that gets our reels going. She dreams of Dennis […]

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LiLo Will Hook Up With Anyone…Except Eli Roth

There’s a funny story making its way around the internet right now. The thrust involves Lindsay Lohan, everyone’s favorite Newton filmmaker Eli Roth, and a […]

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Evaluating the Accuracy of 21

Last night, several of your friends at Boston Daily and Boston magazine headed to the AMC Loews on the Common to catch the Boston premiere […]

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High Rollin’ in the Constitution State

For years, glitz-loving New Englanders—the kind whose idea of fun is more blackjack than backpacking—had two choices: Foxwoods or Mohegan Sun. But starting in May, […]

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Check. Us. Out. The Premiere of Boston Magazine TV

Because we don’t already have enough going on, this weekend Boston magazine, in collaboration with Boston.TV, rolls out the first of our monthly television series: […]

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Extreme Coverage, Home Makeover Edition

We don’t reap the benefits of being a two-newspaper town only when it comes to the MBTA cutting bus trips or when a convicted murderer […]

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Oscar Post-Mortem: Stars Dress Flawlessly—Yawn!

At this very moment, all of Hollywood is experiencing a hangover from last night’s Botox and boob-tape filled festivities. In case you missed it (and […]