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Whether you’re in town for the Marathon, here are a few entertaining itineraries to make the most of your visit.
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What began as a seminar for sports medicine in 1977 has evolved into a showcase of marathon related presentations, products, and service.
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Bright colors and sleek styles make these pieces winners.
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There’s hearty cheering in all eight cities and towns that comprise the route. Here are great viewing spots along the route.
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Competing products offer better value for the money, and the market for external Internet boxes is bound to fade out in a few years.
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See how much Boston Marathon knowledge you hold.
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From pasta-topped pizza to crispy pig’s ears, the days leading up to Marathon Monday bring a medley of dining delights.
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The Boston University Dance Team took Boston Strong to heart to win its first-ever national title at the National Dance Alliance Collegiate Championships.
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Ami Albernaz rounds up ways to live stylishly on a budget.
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More than 300 guests recently attended the Bridge Over Troubled Waters Annual Gala and Auction held at the Four Seasons Hotel.
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About 3,500 uniformed and plain-clothes police officers and National Guard soldiers are set to be dispatched along the course.
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The heavy lifting Johnny Lee Davenport does in the Stoneham Theatre production is not enough to surmount the flaws of Michael Aman’s overwritten drama.
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In a characteristic gesture of generosity, Brockmeier dedicates his new memoir to 75 individuals, acknowledging each one in alphabetical order.
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Critics’ picks for upcoming concerts around the region, including Boy George at Royale.
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A guide to area performances and exhibits, including “Stupid [Expletive] Bird” at Chelsea Theatre Works.
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Family-friendly events in the Boston area.
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