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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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As students (and their parents) increasingly consider value when picking a college, a new push to examine what they can expect to earn.
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How three runway statements — iridescents, tribal prints, and florals for men — look in Boston’s boutiques.
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Which one will come up with the winning recommendation for a lipstick novice?
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From Back Bay to Southie to Braintree, new stores worth a visit.
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Four must-have items--skirt, jacket, shoes, and pants--you can mix and match for a season’s worth of great style
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Here’s what’s hot around town right now in fashion and beauty.
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When a couple set out to visit their daughter in Berkeley and tour the Pacific Northwest, they decided to try Airbnb instead of hotels.
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It starts in 2015 and sounds like a scheme to rebuild the USSR, but its history is quite different — and troubling for the West.
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Joita Diecidue, who was diagnosed with cerebral palsy around the age of 2, has been playing basketball for her school’s seventh- and eighth-grade team.
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Newton will spend an additional $100,000 on programs to identify at-risk teens and provide more suicide prevention programs at the high schools and throughout the city.
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Apart from offering fine performances of two major works by Joseph Haydn, this latest release from Martin Pearlman and Boston Baroque is a document from the days following the Boston Marathon bombings last April. The Mass and the symphony were recorded on the two days after Patriots’ Day, in Worcester’s Mechanics Hall, and then performed at Jordan Hall at the end of the week.
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Honah Lee Milne keeps the stars’ wardrobes in line on the set of big screen productions in Boston
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Six stylish bags for spring.
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