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Sisters Of Bombing Victims Walk Marathon Route on One-Month Anniversary of Attack

Friends and family of two brothers that each lost one of their legs in the Boston Marathon bombings walked from the starting line in Hopkinton […]

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‘Bike Parties’ Are Rolling Out in Boston

Boston area cyclists are trying to mirror what riders are doing in Washington, D.C., by introducing a monthly get-together that requires touring the streets of […]

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Ten Ways to Celebrate Mother’s Day in Boston

Duckling Day Parade  For mothers with younger kids, Boston Common is the perfect place to spend Mother’s Day. In celebration of the Make Way for Ducklings book, […]

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Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

Dance Party Party on the Harbor The ICA’s biggest night of the year comprises three parts. At 6:30 p.m., a cocktail party with performances kicks […]

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Together Festival: When Music, Arts Collide for One Week

An eight-day festival is coming to the Boston area next week, incorporating dozens of local museums and venues, and bringing together a seemingly endless list […]

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Free Things to Do in Boston, May

Spring has sprung, and the weather is finally here to prove it. As summer is on its way, Boston has plenty of events to get […]

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Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

Market SoWa Opening Weekend SoWa, one of Boston’s most celebrated and anticipated outdoor markets, will return in full swing this weekend to the South End. […]

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Eight Must-See Events in May

Matthew Reed Baker’s guide to this month’s events, including the Old State House’s tricentennial, Julie Wu’s The Third Son, the ICA’s Foster Prize, and more.

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Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

Film Festival Boston Independent Film Festival at the Somerville and Coolidge Theatres Now in it’s 12th year, the BIFF continues to bring a wide breadth […]

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Residents, Students Will Travel Race Route to Show Support for Marathon Victims

Area residents, workers, and college students are organizing treks along the Boston Marathon route to show support for the victims of the bombing on Monday […]

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The American Gerbil Society Is a Thing, And They’re Hosting a Gerbil Pageant

Cats and dogs get all of the glory of participating in fancy pageants and winning prizes for their breed and looks. But now, rodents are […]

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Your Ultimate Guide to Boston Marathon Weekend and Marathon Monday

It’s that time of year, folks. For months, runners-in-training have been passing you on the street, wisps of wind following them in their wake. Yes, […]

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Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

Gallery Talk Discussion on Photographer Bruce Davidson at the MFA Since the 1960s, New York photographer Bruce Davidson has been producing some of the most […]

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More Than 1,000 People Expected at ‘Secret’ Outdoor Pillow Fight

For the seventh year in a row a mob of area locals will congregate at an undisclosed location in the city and repeatedly hit strangers […]

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Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

Drinks Boston Wine Riot at Park Plaza Castle Plenty of people are self-proclaimed wine lovers. However, attending the Boston Wine Riot might actually make you a wine-o. […]