An effective use of multimedia on a resume
The first mainstage concert of the Boston Early Music Festival was also the North American debut of Mozart’s own violin and viola.
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Several Boston-area businesses offer do-it-yourself workshops sure to conjure creative and personal gifts.
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Ellsbury never pretended that staying in Boston was a priority. For him, it was always about the money.
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In her mostly taut adaptation of August Strindberg’s “Miss Julie,’’ Yael Farber has transposed the action from 19th-century Sweden to post-apartheid South Africa.
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A bland character is often doomed to be a bland read, but the Massachusetts author manages to create a surprisingly absorbing portrayal of such a woman.
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The move to 6 Newbury St., gives Boston the fourth largest Chanel store in the country.
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Tips from Nicky Kinnaird, founder of British cosmetic retailer Space.NK, help you look your best at the season’s parties.
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Ami Albernaz’s weekly roundup of bargains includes Davis Squared, the neighborhood’s annual Midnight Madness event.
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About 300 guests recently attended the Mistletoe Ball 2013, the Hellenic Women’s Club’s holiday social and fund-raising event.
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Make a statement this holiday season and create a beautiful wreath to adorn your wall, mantel, window or door.
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Critics’ picks for upcoming concerts around the region, including Pink at TD Garden.
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A guide to area performances and exhibits, including “Urban Nutcracker” at the John Hancock Hall.
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