Candidate trips to swing states
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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We lured angling insiders into revealing a dozen destinations in the region. Well, at least those they’ll share.
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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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Tips for planning your trip to the Berkshires.
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With so much of the spotlight going to Leonardo DiCaprio in “The Great Gatsby,” you might not catch the many nuances of Carey Mulligan’s Daisy.
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British historian Gordon Campbell talks about perhaps the strangest landscaping trend of all time.
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As the cult favorite returns with a season-sized “episode dump,” Globe critic Matthew Gilbert asks, does giving viewers too much leave them with nothing to talk about?
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Almost 20 years later, Lockhart is still in charge of the Pops and not much has changed.
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Bill Brett’s Globe photos and pictures of Mark Wahlberg, Matt Damon, Marathon hero Carlos Arredondo, and more in and around Boston.
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Refocused on handguns, the 161-year-old Springfield gun maker rose to the top spot of the 2013 Globe 100 rankings.
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The Framingham-based retailer earned the number two spot on this year’s Globe 100 list thanks to impressive business growth.
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The Boston-based mobile communications company saw demand propel profit up 60 percent to $637 million last year.
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