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Aside from a handful of box office hits, the old-fashioned theatrical film is under assault. Globe critic Ty Burr’s take on how the communal sense of wonder is falling by the wayside.
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Two of the state’s top inns, Blantyre and its nearby rival, Wheatleigh, are internationally ranked and exorbitantly priced.
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From fried fish sandwiches to lobster rolls, from blueberry pie to ice cream, the Globe magazine highlight the must-try options in the region.
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What the Benghazi-IRS-AP scandals suggest — and what victims of drone strikes and people such as Aaron Swartz might testify — is that protections like the Bill of Rights are inadequate.
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Full of movement and color, the works in Smith College’s “Summer of Love” show were produced by inventive designers in the Bay Area.
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Los Lobos, Ricky Skaggs, and Angelique Kidjo are among an eclectic mix of performers slated to descend on Boston for a pair of festivals.
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We lured angling insiders into revealing a dozen destinations in the region. Well, at least those they’ll share.
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The Greenway Open Market, Boston love at the MFA, Trash Bash, and more things to do in and around Boston this week
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Like today’s America, “The Great Gatsby” is conflicted about the disparities that surround it, but not entirely sure they’re such a bad thing.
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The Boston Early Music Festival presents the composer as a young and brashly brilliant upstart in Handel’s very first opera.
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The eight-day itinerary includes stops in Connecticut, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts, highlighting New England in all its unexpected variety.
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One of the hottest tap artists of her generation, 33-year-old Dorrance is known for creating tight, polished choreography within lively theatrical contexts.
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Chef Matt Louis brings an ultra-locavore ethos and New England tradition to tapas-style dining.
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Joey C. Pelletier, artistic director of Heart & Dagger Productions, makes sure that each one of his fringe theater company’s seasons features a summer show.
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On the third Thursday of the month, Gardner After Hours channels the spirit of the museum’s founder, one of Boston’s legendary hostesses.
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