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The Triumphant Return of NKOTB

It sounds like the premise for a horrible midseason reality TV show on FOX. Two former reality show contestants, a music producer, an actor, and […]

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Tim Haslett Found Dead

Incredibly sad news out of Michigan today. Tim Haslett, a fixture in the Boston music scene for years, was found dead in his MSU apartment […]

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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 […]

Arts & Entertainment

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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Mike Huckabee Honors Reagan Legacy by Angering Rock Star

One of our favorite songs to play air guitar on is Boston’s “More Than a Feeling.” The song is apparently also a favorite of Republican […]

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Do NKOTB Got the Right Stuff?

Yesterday, we were delighted to report that New Kids on the Block was planning a reunion tour. It brought up all kinds of traumatic childhood […]

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The New Kids Are Hangin’ Tough

We made a lot of mistakes in the early 90’s. There was a lot of neon in our closets. We coveted Hammer Pants. Our wrists […]

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Hillary Channels Tori Amos

Last night, we were watching NewsNight with future blogger (we hope) Jim Braude. The show featured local political junkies trying to piece together what the […]

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Rounding Out the Local Music Roundup

The week between the Christmas and the New Year is a tough one for journalists, who generally don’t like to work anyway. That’s why papers […]

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A Christmas Celtic Reprieve

Last week, we lamented the upcoming nor’easter’s impact on our holiday theatergoing plans. Despite our best attempts to unload our tickets on Craigslist, we couldn’t […]

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Francona’s Fleece Rings in Holidays

Last night, Boston Daily took a short walk over to Symphony Hall to attend the 24th annual A Company Christmas at Pops. The event served […]

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Sweet Caroline (Kennedy)

Unlike the gossipy “You’re So Vain,” we didn’t really care who inspired the Neil Diamond hit, and Red Sox fan favorite, “Sweet Caroline.” We just […]