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Puppy Bowl at the Seaport, DJ Pauly D at Big Night Live, X-Night at Harpoon Brewery and more.
49 Things to Do The Week Ending February 5 in Boston
Four New Venues Reinventing Boston Live Music
In aftermath of COVID’s concert-killing shutdown, Boston redefines itself as the city that rocks, all over again.
The Interview: GBH President and CEO Susan Goldberg
The veteran newsroom leader talks the future of journalism, being the “first woman” to hold the public station’s top position, and Cookie Monster.
A Candlelit Wedding at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Although they’d already gotten married in a small setting during the pandemic, one couple held out for the day they could host all their extended family and friends in a large affair to remember.
Adventures in La-La Land
Every year, young Bostonians go west to find their fame and fortune. Once upon a time, so did I. Thanks to “the fun squad” and Mel Brooks, here’s what I learned in Hollywood.
A title excerpt from the BU instructor’s new collection about a New Hampshire-based contractor who’s fallen on hard times.
Including theaters, museum options, and other ways to explore the city.
How an $18 Throw Pillow Helped Locate a Famously Stolen Painting
Boston art hunter Cliff Schorer used metadata and some good old-fashioned shoe leather to track down—hopefully!—a filched painting by Dutch master Hendrick Avercamp.
Searching for Rembrandt
Did Boston art hunter Cliff Schorer just find a long-lost painting by arguably the most renowned artist of all time? He sure thinks so—and won’t rest until he proves it.
Found Art: Re-Mastered
Maine-based artist Elise Ansel finds alternate meaning and joy in the Old Masters.
Where to go and what to see for your winter design fix.
A Patinated Sculpture by Joan Miró Sits Proudly in This Weston Foyer
The Spanish artwork is a revered symbol of constancy in Tiina Smith’s home.
Q&A: Nathan Tavares, Author of A Fractured Infinity
Author Nathan Tavares discusses his debut novel, a multiverse-hopping romance called A Fractured Infinity.
Group Chat: The Staff of Boston Magazine Watches Hocus Pocus 2
A discussion of the new movie’s highs, lows, and opportunities for Tony Hale.
Take a Peek inside the Impeccably Designed Beacon Hill Books & Cafe
Boston’s newest bookstore destination opens soon.
Get Ready to Party Again at the Returning MFA Late Nite Event
Don’t miss a thrilling lineup of performers, and stop by to see the Obama portraits.