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Ernest Hemingway at the JFK Library and Museum

 How do you distill three decades of intense activity by one of America’s most legendary writers into a single exhibition, without falling into the pitfall of oversimplifying on the one h
New Brew Revue
  Disappointed beer geeks may lament the hiatus this year for the beloved American Craft Beer Festival, yet something new and just as exciting has taken its place. The first BeerAdvocate Mic
Staging History
  March 6, 1770 may not be a day that lives in infamy, but the previous day, March 5, was notorious for being the day of the Boston Massacre, one of the seminal events that lead to the Ameri
Pride Outside
  Boasting a theme of Solidarity Through Pride, this year’s Boston Pride Week kicks off on June 3 at 11 a.m. when the rainbow flag is hoisted at City Hall for the annual flag-raising cerem
Coming Home
  Since the age of 4, Natick, Mass. native David Locke has devoted his life to gymnastics. He had been enchanted early on by the level of skill in Cirque du Soleil productions; his mother to
First Class Glass
  This spring, Schantz Galleries ProjectSpace: Boston (211 Newbury St., 413-298-3044, schantzgalleries.com) gives visitors and native Bostonians alike the opportunity to gaze upon the brilli
Papa on the Point
 Boston may be a far cry from many of the usual haunts—Cuba, Paris, Spain, Key West—associated with iconic American author Ernest Hemingway, yet what many people may not know is that the John
Music Man
  No list of beloved Boston institutions would be complete without “America’s Orchestra,” the Boston Pops. As conductor Keith Lockhart says, the best way to describe the Pops is to say
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