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Michelle Williams Was Calling Out Mark Wahlberg Last Night, Right?

For those of you who didn’t spend three hours of your Sunday watching the Emmys, there were a lot of odd choices, including anemic commentary from an […]

Arts & Entertainment

Carnival Games, Clowns, and Murder: Why You Don’t Want to Miss BLO’s Immersive Pagliacci

Ever wanted to stuff your face with carnival food, take in a magic show, and top it all off with a little dose of opera? […]

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Cousin Stizz Returns Home for Beantown Uprising

Beantown Uprising is more than another concert series highlighting some of Boston’s most prominent talent. It’s a celebration of the hip hop sounds that have […]

Arts & Entertainment

Get Your Camera Ready: The Infinity Mirror Room at the ICA Has Arrived

It’s a remarkable feat that at age 90, Yayoi Kusama has achieved stardom on Instagram, even more so considering that the vision behind her work […]

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Nine Haunted Hayrides in New England

We’ve already started dipping our toes into fall with pumpkin-spiced drinks and light jackets, but it’s about time to start thinking about Halloween. There are Halloween […]

Arts & Entertainment

Check Out the Peabody Essex Museum’s New Wing—For Free!

This month, the Peabody Essex Museum debuts its long-awaited, 40,000 square foot new wing—and if you pay it a visit opening weekend, you’ll get to […]

Travel

Five Gorgeous Historic New England Homes You Can Vacation In

If there’s one thing New England is known for, it’s tiny towns full of character. But with big box hotels popping up on what feels […]

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See Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker on Stage in Boston

Another exciting pre-Broadway run is set to hit the Emerson Colonial Theatre next year. Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker will be appearing in the […]

Arts & Entertainment

Want to Visit One of Massachusetts’ Museums for Free? September 21 Is Your Day

Ever wanted to play with an antique typesetting machine, check out some women-made fiber art, or visit the largest private collection of Russian icons in […]

Travel

Where the Crowds Aren’t: Chebeague Island

Chebeague Island is the best kind of contradiction. It’s located just off the coast of Portland, which means it’s a breeze to get to, but […]

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All the Concerts You Need to See around Boston This Fall

September Tyler The Creator  The Odd Future alum stunned the world with his 2009 debut album, Bastard. Amidst songs filled with lewd lines and callow […]

Travel

A Boston Beer Garden Tour by Bike

We counted a dozen seasonal beer gardens in the city this summer. But how to visit them all, or even a few, when there are beaches, ponds, […]

Arts & Entertainment

Boston Philharmonic Conductor Benjamin Zander Wins South African Lifetime Achievement Award

80-year-old Benjamin Zander has spent half his life conducting the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra and the Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra—and now, he’s earned some new international accolades. […]

Travel

10 One of a Kind Boston Mementos Every Townie Needs

It’s no secret that Bostonians really love Boston. The only thing they may love more is showing off their love. Just look around at all […]

Arts & Entertainment

Who Is Berklee College’s Greatest Musical Alum?

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. […]