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Arts & Entertainment

Hot Button: David Mamet’s ‘Race’ Comes to Boston

The Boston premiere of David Mamet’s new play is a reminder of our city’s troubled past.

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City Life

John Kerry’s Elizabeth Warren Dilemma

If Washington, DC, is a city of poorly guarded secrets, perhaps the least well guarded is Senator John Kerry’s desire to be secretary of state. […]

Arts & Entertainment

Culture Calendar: Eight Must-See Arts and Entertainment Events in October 2012

Bring in a new month with these arts and entertainment events in Boston.

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City Life

Battle of the Whack-Job Sports Parents

Which sport produces the craziest parents of all?

Home & Property

Living Large: Put Down Roots

Rachel Slade’s off-kilter take on hub dwellings.

Norman Bridwell and Clifford
Arts & Entertainment

Clifford the Big Red Dog Turns 50

Vineyarder Norman Bridwell created Clifford a half-century ago. It was the best accident of his life.

Home & Property

Worth Preserving: The Underwood Estate in Belmont

Photos by Josh Kuchinsky Your mom may not have stored tins of Underwood Deviled Ham in the family bomb shelter, but many matriarchs did. In […]

Gillette Stadium
City Life

The Razor Goes High-Tech at Gillette Stadium

Gillette Stadium is now wired for WiFi, and fans can find exclusive Patriots’ content on a free in-stadium app.

City Life

Live and Learn: The Advantages of Taking a Gap Year

Want your kid to ace college? Make him wait for it.

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City Life

Frozen Assets: Where to Find Popsicles on Wheels

This summer’s frostiest treats are delivered by Culinary Cruisers.