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Restoring History
 History buffs coming to the Boston area may have been dismayed to hear about “Old Ironsides”—the USS Constitution, the world’s oldest commissioned warship—going into dry dock for an ex
Boston Accent: Power House
  When Beverly Morgan-Welch left her corporate job to be the Executive Director at the Museum of African American History, the organization didn’t even have computers. “It was like being
Iconic Boston
With a 385-year history, Boston has produced its share of memorable landmarks and institutions. Here are some of its most famous. Faneuil Hall MarketplaceConsisting of Quincy Market (pictured), t
Living Amongst History
 Faneuil Hall Marketplace-- The historic Hub destination consisting of Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market and the North and South Markets—has long been known as a place brimming with activity. Between
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
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
The Lost World
 Explore the mysteries surrounding one of the Western hemisphere’s most intriguing lost civilizations at the Museum of Science (refer to listing, page 19) exhibit Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed.

April 2024
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