The 49th Head of the Charles Regatta, Oct. 19-20, is expected to bring more than 300,000 spectators to the banks of the Charles River to cheer on thousands of rowers. The 3-mile stretch begins at Boston University’s DeWolfe Boathouse in Cambridge and ends at Artesani Park in Boston. The regatta will host 55 competitive races this Saturday and Sunday with 9,000 athletes ranging from 14 to 85. It is the world's largest rowing competition.
Navigating the Head of the Charles Regatta
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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Bernard Madoff ’s $65 billion investment swindle destroyed paper fortunes and leveled charities, but many have risen from the ashes.
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Hundreds of attendees at two large conventions this fall have reported that their credit card information was stolen and used to purchase goods.
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The small plates and pedigree at the new Winter Hill restaurant make it a destination.
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Nearly a year after the tragedy, the effort to not get dragged down by grief or anger takes many forms for Michele and Bob Gay.
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Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, and the Brooklyn Nets snapped the Celtics’ three-game winning streak, dropping them to 10-13.
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The Democrat won in a lightly contested special election that drew the lowest voter turnout of any recent US House race in Mass.
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With Quincy’s $1.6 billion redevelopment at risk, building trade unions must step up.
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New York’s airports are now taking a cue from Logan and catching and releasing the birds, rather than shooting them.
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The new Mohegan Sun casino proposal at Suffolk Downs will be allowed to compete for the Greater Boston casino license.
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“I’m looking forward to coming back,” Rivers said of what he expects will be an emotional night when his Clippers play the Celtics Wednesday.
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Washington, D.C., is mired in partisanship, but two reforms could elevate more moderate politicians.
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Now 18, Navila Nunez took the stand during the first day of testimony in Eldrick Broom’s murder trial and spoke clearly and calmly.
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Drivers hunting for a parking space in Boston’s Innovation District will be able to call upon a new tool: a smartphone app to locate the nearest spot.
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