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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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The Medfield native has been awarded the Second International Sir Georg Solti Conducting Apprenticeship with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
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Lauren Bush Lauren and her husband, David Lauren, were honored by UNICEF at its annual Children’s Champion Award Dinner.
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The Boston-bred actor and “Star Trek” star was at the West End Museum last week for a tour.
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The stately brick dwelling in Provincetown that the author called home from 1990 until his death in 2007 is for sale.
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Former contestant on “The Voice” Amanda Brown was among the 350 guests at Hebrew SeniorLife’s “EngAGEment Party.”
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The song in the commercial, called “Je T’adore,” appeared on their 2004 double album, “Palais.”
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Oprah Winfrey is giving $12 million to a museum being built on Washington’s National Mall that will document African-American history.
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Waterfront site will house a $1.6m playground where children of all abilities can romp side by side.
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Many of those beautiful spots near the water, once waiting for commercial tenants, are filling up fast with eateries, lounges, bars, and shops, with more to come.
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Neither Gabriel Gomez nor Edward Markey offered anything of substance in the final debate of the special Senate campaign.
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If Barrio in Fenway hasn’t been a priority to restaurateur Michael Schlow, it’s time to make it one.
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The Rolling Stones concerts at TD Garden last week elicited a feeling that an era that has defined early and middle adulthood for many people is coming to a close.
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Wicked identity politics come with the territory in Boston. The city exists because an exclusionary mood took hold of a group of Englishmen four centuries ago, and ever since Bostonians have been marking those they deem to truly belong here and those who don’t. But even by the standards of a city obsessed with the struggle against perceived outsiders, the bout of class and identity politics that’s been convulsing Jamaica Plain in recent years is an epic one.
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