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Monday, March 10, 2014
Peek at the Past: Irish in Boston
  The November election of Marty Walsh signaled a return to a long tradition of Irish-American mayors in Boston. Starting in 1885, Hugh O’Brien of County Cork became the city’s first Irish mayor, and in the 1900s, Irish-American politicians held the mayor’s seat for 85 out of 100 years. However, Boston’s Irish residents weren’t always so accepted.
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
Q&A: John Kuntz of SpeakEasy's The Whale
Speakeasy Stage Company’s next production is a big one—in more ways than one. Starting on March 7, they’re staging Samuel D. Hunter’s The Whale, a tragicomedy about a morbidly obese man making one last desperate attempt to connect with his teenage daughter. We chatted with the star of the show, John Kuntz, about smells, prosthetics and the fat suit.
Monday, March 3, 2014
Alden & Harlow open in Cambridge
 If you’ve always wondered what it’s like to have a famous chef in the family, you’re about to find out. Chef Michael Scelfo envisioned Cambridge hotspot Alden & Harlow as a place where he could cook honest, unpretentious food reminiscent of a backyard barbecue or Sunday supper.
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