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Who Is the Sailor Peg in Dropkick Murphys’ “I’m Shipping Up to Boston?”

Welcome to “One Last Question,” a series where research editor Matthew Reed Baker tackles your most Bostonian conundrums. Have a question? Email him at onelastquestion@bostonmagazine.com. […]

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Travel

Five Small Museums in New Hampshire That Are Hidden Gems

America’s Stonehenge No, not the Stonehenge across the pond. It turns out that New Hampshire has a Stonehenge of its very own. Located in Salem, […]

Travel

Want to Escape to Nantucket for a Wine and Dine Experience? Of Course You Do

Dreaming of warmer weather, sandy beaches, and island breezes? Well, add internationally renowned wines and unforgettable food to the list; it’s almost time for the annual Nantucket […]

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Arts & Entertainment

Amanda Palmer Is Unafraid of the Dark on There Will Be No Intermission

Lexington native Amanda Palmer first made waves in Boston as one half of the art punk band the Dresden Dolls, though canny citizens may have […]

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Restaurants

Boston Barbecue Chefs Star in New Food Network Canada Show

The Boston barbecue scene will get a spotlight shone on it this spring—in Canada. Chefs Tiffani Faison (of the beloved Fenway smokehouse Sweet Cheeks Q) […]

Arts & Entertainment

Botticelli Comes to Boston at Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Renaissance fans, rejoice! The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is showing the Botticelli: Heroines + Heroes exhibition from now through May 19, 2019. The Gardner Museum is the […]

Home & Property

Travel Guide: Why Dublin Should Be on Your Must-Visit List

EAT Food, Not Fanfare Dublin’s electric restaurant scene combines a foodie sensibility with the city’s storied past. And Delahunt, with its carefully edited menu and […]

Home & Property

Five Art and Design Books to Add to Your Spring Reading List

1. Interiors: Inside the American Home, introduction by Marc Kristal A house is not a home without handcrafted furniture, custom finishes, and perhaps a few […]

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Arts & Entertainment

Is a Chris Evans TV Show Filming in Belmont?

A filming crew has requested permission to shoot scenes for a new TV show in Belmont that sounds suspiciously like Sudbury native Chris Evans’ new project. According […]

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Arts & Entertainment

How Run-DMC and Aerosmith Made Music History

Back on Sunday, March 9, 1986, in a Manhattan recording studio, members of two completely disparate bands met and recorded a song. It wasn’t even […]

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Arts & Entertainment

The MFA Unveils Their First-Ever Frida Kahlo Exhibit

Frida Kahlo: a feminist figure, a brilliant artist, and the original icon for strong brows. Nearly 65 years after the famed artist’s death, the Museum of Fine […]

Arts & Entertainment

Warner Bros. Has Killed a Quest to Erase the Departed Rat

Even if you were totally behind the push to erase the rat from the end of The Departed—and, evidently, a lot of people were—you probably knew this […]

Arts & Entertainment

VIP Venues: 6 Popular Concert Venues Perfect for Your Private Event

Skip the drab hotel conference room; if you want to liven up your local event, book one of these six show-stopping concert venues. From pulse-pounding music […]

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Arts & Entertainment

The Interview: Actress and Producer Eliza Dushku

Over the course of her acting career, Eliza Dushku has slayed vampires and overcome some of the most cutthroat cheerleaders to ever wave a pompom. […]

Travel

Boston Traveler: Las Vegas

GETTING THERE Several daily nonstop flights on JetBlue will zip you to the Strip in roughly six hours. STAYING THERE Proof that Las Vegas is […]