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7 fun ideas to celebrate Father’s Day in Greater Boston

If you’re looking for last-minute ways to make this Father’s Day special, you’ve come to the right place.

Coolidge Corner Theatre brings free Science on the Screen events to the Greenway

Created in partnership with the Rose Kennedy Greenway Conservancy, the film series will present three 35mm screenings throughout the summer — starting with Alfred Hitchcock’s 1963 horror-thriller, “The Birds.”

12 books with New England ties perfect to read on the beach

From tales of glamorous hotels in Nantucket to elite summer camps on lakes in Vermont to tumultuous last-minute weddings on the Cape, here are 12 brand-new beach reads brimming with sunshine, sand, romance, and intrigue.

FASHION

Kim Kardashian accused of permanently damaging Marilyn Monroe’s iconic JFK dress

Scott Fortner posted to The Marilyn Monroe Collection website that the sequined dress, the most expensive Monroe dress ever sold at an auction at $4.8 million, he said, now has rips and tears down the back and crystals missing, with “some literally hanging on by threads.”

Celebrate Juneteenth at these 14 Boston-area events

Our picks for how to make the most of this year’s Juneteenth celebration — from poetry slams to free book fairs to family-friendly days at the beach.

King Boston’s Embrace Ideas Festival to deliver five days of education, discussion, and togetherness across the city

In the week leading up to Juneteenth, King Boston, a nonprofit program of the Boston Foundation, will host the first-ever Embrace Ideas Festival.

David Allan Boucher, host of ‘Bedtime Magic’ on 106.7 FM, announces he’ll retire after 40 years

David Allan Boucher, host of “Bedtime Magic,” told listeners Wednesday night that he’s retiring, ending a four-decade run as host of Magic 106.7′s popular nighttime radio show.

Matthew McConaughey makes emotional plea for lawmakers to ‘act on gun responsibility’

The Oscar-winning actor, a native of Uvalde, Texas, met with lawmakers on Capitol Hill Tuesday and joined White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre in the briefing room to discuss gun legislation reform and call for bipartisan action.