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Friday, July 29, 2016
Shining a Light

Keeper of Boston Light Sally Snowman illuminates the history of America’s most historic lighthouse

There is only one lighthouse left in America that is still staffed: U.S. Coast Guard light station Boston Light on Little Brewster Island
Wednesday, July 13, 2016
Kitchen Confidential

Co-director Shana Carroll discusses The 7 Fingers’ culinary-themed new show Cuisine & Confessions

Where do friends and families gather, where are memories made and where is the circus cooking up a great performance? The answer is, of course, in the kitchen! 
Tuesday, July 5, 2016
Arms and the Man

New England Aquarium aquarist Bill Murphy talks “Tentacles Take Hold,” the beloved institution’s newest program

Bill Murphy knew he wanted to work with marine life after earning his degree in biological sciences at the University of Rhode Island, and began by volunteering with the New England Aquarium.
Tuesday, June 21, 2016
Keeping it Fresh

Legal Sea Foods President and CEO Roger Berkowitz reveals how his restaurants stay on the cutting edge

If there is one restaurant that embodies the history of Boston seafood, it is Legal Sea Foods, and if there is a face of Legal Sea Foods, it is Roger Berkowitz, president and CEO. 
Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Life Writ Large

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
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
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
Friday, May 13, 2016
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
Thursday, April 14, 2016
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
Friday, April 1, 2016
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
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