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Harvard playwright debuts newest work — with daughter in the cast
“The Stone Girl” by playwright Bob Eiland will be performed July 18 and 19 at the Harvard General Store.
Closure of an I-93 ramp in Medford creates challenge for motorists
Medford’s I-93 Route 16 westbound ramp will be closed until 2018, creating new challenges for motorists.
Quincy earns National Community Development Association honors
Quincy has earned recognition from the National Community Development Association for its efforts to educate the public about some of the city’s federally funded initiatives.
Free yoga in the park in Brookline
Start your Sunday mornings with an hour of free yoga in the sunshine at the Winthrop Square/Minot Rose Garden off St. Paul and Freeman Streets in Brookline.
Peabody Institute Library to hold free career workshops
The Peabody Institute Library is partnering with the North Shore Career Center to offer free career workshops.
Framingham autism alliance increases outreach to Latino families
The Framingham-based Autism Alliance of MetroWest has received a Foundation for MetroWest grant to hire a bilingual staff member to assist Spanish-speaking families.
Natick Arts Walk set for July 16
The Natick Center Cultural District will be holding its eighth annual Art Walk from 5 to 8:30
p.m. on Thursday, July 16.
Franklin performing arts school to hold open houses this month
The Franklin School for the Performing Arts will hold open houses for prospective students and their families July 15 and July 30 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Celebrate Medway Day at Choate Park and Thayer Homestead
Medway Day will be held Saturday, July 18, from 2 to 9 p.m. at Choate Park and the adjacent Thayer Homestead.
When Bernie Sanders interviewed a Republican senator for Vermont Life
Reading Sanders interviewing George Aiken in 1973 comes as a relief, a refreshing departure from what you might expect.
Maine artist recalls making iconic Burt’s Bees logo
Burt Shavitz, who died Sunday, is remembered for his role as the face of Burt’s Bees. Behind the bearded-man logo is self-taught Maine engraver.
What to do with farm share produce
Being able to strap on an apron and make dinner with whatever’s in your farm share box can take some getting used to.
Recipe for Provencal tian
Tian from the south of France is a baked layered casserole of zucchini, yellow squash, and tomatoes, with herbs and cheese between the layers.
Recipe for corn, potato, and bacon chowder
Begin by rendering bacon and use some of the fat to saute a sweet onion and celery.
Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’s arrest a lesson for sports parents
A childproofed experience shelters us from reality: We’re not perfect and life isn’t always fair.
Recipe for tagliatelle with pancetta, broccoli rabe, and goat cheese
You can also make the dish with sauteed Swiss chard or mustard greens.
Recipe for potato-rosemary tart with ricotta
One of the cook’s handiest freezer items — frozen puff pastry — forms the base of this impressive tart.
Clubby STRIP by Strega reveals its surprise: really good food
STRIP by Strega, from Nick Varano, can feel more like a club than a restaurant. But the food is really good.