The new faces of City Hall
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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Caravans have emerged as the nation’s latest trend and ecofriendly staycation.
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Even after so much planning and upheaval, galleries devoted to the museum’s most important collections still seem underwhelming.
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The Castlemartyr Resort, one of the country’s most exclusive hotels, has the hallmarks of an Irish period drama.
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Nearly blinded by a line drive 13 years ago, the former Red Sox pitcher is making a new life for himself in the game he loves.
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For a truly transformational tenure, Andris Nelsons must expand the BSO’s reach not only through compelling performances but by renewing the mission.
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If you go to see Ireland in a caravan.
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With her new novel “Cambridge,” the celebrated author of “Girl, Interrupted” is still writing about her hometown.
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As Dudamel returns to Boston, the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s director is being criticized for not taking a stand on the situation in his native Venezuela.
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Decades later, Ireland revisited is an Ireland revived.
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“Capa in Color” at the International Center of Photography highlights the photographers striking color images.
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Muldowney has work up now in the “Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellowship Program Fellows and Finalists Photography” show at the New Art Center.
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Sandwiched between Tufts University and North Cambridge, the commercial hub is a trendsetter rather than a follower.
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A by-the-numbers breakdown of the holiday.
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Marie Jansen was one of the most famous musical theater performers in the country, but died a century ago as a housekeeper.
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