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Running for Good
  By now, the phrase “Boston Strong” is a powerful reminder not only of marathon runners’ incredible drive and dedication, but of community and hope in the face of adversity. Dave Span
The Long Run
 On April 18, the 120th Boston Marathon yet again gives the area’s enthusiastic running fans the opportunity to cheer on an international field of elite and amateur harriers as they battle the
Heroic Hub
  Whether it’s a colonial-era site like the Old North Church or the iconic Back Bay row houses, Boston is best known as a city of brick landmarks. Yet for Chris Grimley, Boston’s concret
Your Favorite Thing
 Fans of the beloved musical The Sound of Music—and you know who you are—may have to resist singing along when the classic Rodgers and Hammerstein tuner takes up residence at the Boston Opera
Boston by Design
  For the ninth year, AD20/21: Art & Design of the 20th & 21st Centuries & Boston Print Fair returns to the Cyclorama at the South End’s Boston Center for the Arts April 7–10
Blades of Glory
  For the first time ever, Boston plays host to one of the biggest figure skating competitions outside of the Olympics—the World Figure Skating Championships (refer to listing, page 18). T
United in Art
  There’s a new cultural organization in Boston, and Laura Conrad Mandel wants you to get excited and involved! Mandel is executive director of the Jewish Arts Collaborative (JAC), the res
Sister Act
 A rare opportunity for American theatergoers takes place at the Emerson/Cutler Majestic Theatre March 2–6 when ArtsEmerson presents a touring production of one of Anton Chekhov’s most well-k
The Boston Massacre
  To borrow a phrase from FDR, March 5, 1770 is a day that lives in infamy in U.S. history. That was the day one of the most pivotal events leading up to the American Revolution took place:
March 2017
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