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Light Up The Sky
  One of the most iconic Fourth of July celebrations in the U.S., the Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular (refer to listing, page 12) once again lights up the DCR Hatch Shell on the Charles Ri
Fenway Fever
 It may not have as long a history as many of the Boston Pride happenings, yet Pride Night @ Fenway has grown steadily since its premiere in 2013. Now in its third year, this excursion to Fenway
Get in the Swing
 Take a trip back to the heyday of Big Band jazz when the 1940s musical revue In the Mood (refer to listing, page 17) returns to Boston. A big hit when it came to the Emerson Majestic in the hist
Life of the Party
 When Patrick Lyons first arrived in Boston in the early 1980s, Lansdowne Street was just the dark alley next to Fenway Park. A few years later he had turned it into one of the most vibrant club
Murphys Law
 In what has become an annual pre-St. Patrick’s Day tradition, the Dropkick Murphys, Boston’s favorite Celtic punk band, return to the House of Blues for five shows from March 12–15, accomp
Flower Child
  Although Valentine’s Day has passed, there’s still plenty of romance left in town. Boston Ballet’s production of Val Caniparoli’s Lady of the Camellias (refer to listing, page 13)
Crying Uncle
 After Christopher Durang’s uproarious comedy Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike made its Broadway debut in 2013, it took home the coveted Tony Award for Best Play. Now it makes its Hub premie
March 2024
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