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An Early Spring
 Winter-weary New Englanders have watched more than eight feet of snow fall this season, so an event like the Boston Flower & Garden Show couldn’t arrive soon enough. An annual harbinger of
Urban Renewal
 Although a California native, transplanted Bostonian and photographer Lolita Parker, Jr. has diligently documented the tremendous changes that have occurred in the Hub’s West End over the past
Sound and Vision
 Kick off the yuletide season by heading over to Faneuil Hall Marketplace (refer to listing, page 26) for the annual Blink! music and light spectacular. Following a sensational tree lighting cere
Rebuilding Project
 Thomas Lentz, the Elizabeth and John Moors Cabot Director of the Harvard Art Museums, has been at the helm of the university museum’s latest major expansion since plans began in 2008. Six year
Haunted Boston

The Hub has accumulated its share of eeriness over the centuries. Get in the Halloween spirit at these spooky sites around Greater Boston.

Edgar Allan Poe statueNative son Edgar Allan Poe’s disdain for the city of his birth was mostly due to his dislike for Boston’s literary establishment, so it’s strange that it has taken this long for a proper local tribute. The new Poe Returning to 
North End Historic Sites
 Paul Revere House (19 North Square, 617-523-2338, paulreverehouse.org, pictured): The oldest standing residence in Boston, this historic home was built around 1680 and was home to its namesake a
Peek at the Past: The Paul Revere House

Taking the Mystery Out of Boston History

Listen, Panorama readers, and you shall hear, Of the house and the ride of Paul Revere.  As the oldest surviving residence in Boston, 19 North Square is a modest home with a not-so-modest tale. I
April 2020
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