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L Street Tavern, made famous in ‘Good Will Hunting,’ being sold in March

In a nostalgic message, the tavern thanked everyone who shared "in this run of a lifetime and creating the L Street Tavern experience. We are blessed. Good Times. Good friends. Good Will. Good-Bye.”

Seiji Ozawa, acclaimed former Boston Symphony Orchestra conductor, has died

Ozawa, the Japanese conductor who amazed audiences with the lithe physicality of his performances during three decades at the helm of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, has died, his management office said Friday.

Ben Affleck unleashes inner pop star in new Dunkin’ ad: ‘How hard can it be?’

“Underestimate Boston at your peril,” Affleck says in the ad, which also features an appearance by New England TikTok star Charli D’Amelio.


In ‘Red,’ Boston-area author Annie Cardi reinterprets Nathaniel Hawthorne’s ‘The Scarlet Letter’ for Gen Z readers

The novel grapples with reproductive rights and spirituality.

How ‘Saltburn’ — and Barry Keoghan’s nude dance — resurrected a 23-year-old song and turned it into an American hit

Sophie Ellis-Bextor’s "Murder on the Dancefloor" is climbing the US pop charts at last.

Trump played one of the most depressing tunes of the ’80s at his N.H. rally. The band that wrote it is furious.

The song “Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want” from the Smiths was played before a Trump rally in Laconia this week. Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr is not happy.

Tom Brady teams up with Vince Vaughn, Wayne Gretzky for new Super Bowl ad

Fans will get to see Tom Brady at the Super Bowl this year — just not suited up on the field.

Gisele Bündchen gets ‘pushback’ from kids for parenting differently than Tom Brady

The supermodel opened up to Harper’s Bazaar about her co-parenting situation with the former Patriots quarterback.