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The Kennedys

Arts & Entertainment

Watch: Spike Releases Trailer for JFK Jr. Documentary

The life and legacy of John F. Kennedy Jr. will be explored in a new documentary that’s set to air on Spike TV this summer. […]

Arts & Entertainment

Kate Mara and Ed Helms Join Ted Kennedy Film Chappaquiddick

Kate Mara and Ed Helms are the latest stars to join Chappaquiddick, the upcoming film about Ted Kennedy’s 1969 automobile accident on Martha’s Vineyard. According […]

City Life

Throwback Thursday: Gustav Mahler and the Kennedy Assassinations

It was 156 years ago today that the world was blessed with Gustav Mahler, the revolutionary Austrian composer who sought to distill in his works […]

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Jason Clarke Cast as Ted Kennedy in Chappaquiddick

Chappaquiddick has reportedly found its Ted Kennedy. According to Deadline, Zero Dark Thirty actor Jason Clarke is apparently in the final steps of negotiation to […]

City Life

Don’t Send Vicki Kennedy One of These:

Boston’s favorite Louisiana transplant tells us about courting a Kennedy, going back to work, and, yes, emojis.

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Ted Kennedy Confidantes Bash Matthew Perry Casting

Following Tuesday’s news that Matthew Perry would be playing Ted Kennedy in an upcoming miniseries, former aides to the late senator have come out to […]

Arts & Entertainment

Matthew Perry Will Play Ted Kennedy in an Upcoming Miniseries

Friends star Matthew Perry has a new gig lined up. According to Variety, Perry has signed on to play Ted Kennedy in The Kennedys — […]

Arts & Entertainment

The Kennedys’ Darker Days Are Heading to the Big Screen

Hollywood is getting ready to tackle some of the Kennedys’ darker moments as two biopics are currently being made about members of the famed family. […]

City Life

New Patrick Kennedy Book Pulls Back Curtain on Family Problems

Patrick Kennedy’s new book on his personal struggles with addiction, his late father’s battle with alcohol, and what it was like growing up in America’s […]

City Life

Throwback Thursday: JFK’s Trip to Ireland

In the 1840s, fleeing the famine that ravaged their homeland, many Irish families fled to Boston. There they found work and refuge, but also discrimination. […]

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Joe Kennedy III’s Arm Is in a Sling

Boston University communications professor John Carroll made an good point on his blog, noting that The Boston Globe’s Names column ran a photo of newly […]

City Life

Election 2012 Live Updates: Obama and Warren Are Winners

Perhaps you heard that there is an election today. As the votes get counted, we’ll update our nifty table down below and even further down, […]

City Life

Actually, We Shouldn't Soak the Poor

O’Reilly made a great point. Unfortunately he’s such a dim bulb that he had no clue what the point was that he was actually making. Back in 1961, the US tax code was far more progressive than it is now.

City Life

Actually, We Shouldn't Soak the Poor

O’Reilly made a great point. Unfortunately he’s such a dim bulb that he had no clue what the point was that he was actually making. Back in 1961, the US tax code was far more progressive than it is now.

City Life

Actually, We Shouldn't Soak the Poor

O’Reilly made a great point. Unfortunately he’s such a dim bulb that he had no clue what the point was that he was actually making. Back in 1961, the US tax code was far more progressive than it is now.