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  1. 5 things to know about living in BrooklineRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Boston.com

    Recently ranked the best suburb in the nation , Brookline is a tough town to beat. It is just minutes from Boston, yet at the same time filled with small town charm and many suburban amenities.

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  2. Emerson student rents dorm on Airbnb, could face disciplinary actionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | WHAS11

    Emerson student rents dorm on Airbnb, could face disciplinary action Free Jack Worth? Check out this story on WHAS11.com: http://usat.ly/1X061ZE One student at Emerson College decided to list his dorm room on Airbnb in January so folks could explore Boston and perhaps take in sights like Fenway Park or the Museum of Fine Arts. Worth told the Globe that Emerson saw the listing last week and told him to remove it.

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  3. Cuba announces launch of broadband home internetRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 31 | CBS News

    Cuba says it is launching its first broadband home Internet service, a potentially major step forward in bringing the island online. State telecommunications company ETECSA announced Sunday night that it would allow Cubans to order home service through fiber optic connections operated with Chinese telecom operator Huawei.

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  4. Going to the exhibition: Discovering Boston's art sceneRead the original story

    Feb 6, 2010 | Examiner.com

    Some might believe that the only place to view good art is in places like New York City, or while traveling in the historic museums of Paris or London. And though these places warrant a great deal of contributions to the greater field of art practice, its important to note that every local community has their own art scene that defines the essence of the culture surrounding them.

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  5. Phantom Gourmet: Best Eats Near Shopping CentersRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 5, 2014 | CBS Local

    TV 1170 Soldiers Field Road Boston, MA 02134 Directions 787-7000 Newsroom: 617-787-7145 Programming: 617-746-8383 Follow @cbsboston NewsFollow WBZ-TV PersonalitiesFind Us On Facebook WBZ-TV LINKS AND INFORMATION Contact WBZ-TV Invite A WBZ-TV Speaker Public Service Announcements [] Today's Weather Forecast Traffic and Weather Together on the 3s. Breaking News When It Happens.

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  6. Harrison McIntosh: Ceramicist, loving husband, fatherRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 29 | Claremont Courier

    Mr. McIntosh was part of southern California's "revolution in clay," which in the 1950s elevated ceramics from mere craft to fine art. Mr. McIntosh made well over 9,000 pieces over the years, drawing inspiration from the Bauhaus movement, Asian pottery and Swedish ce ramics.

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  7. Boston's Lost Landmarks: Filene's In Downtown CrossingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 28 | CBS Local

    BOSTON - Once one of Boston's major department stores, Filene's is now a store of the past. Founded in 1881 in the city's Downtown Crossing shopping district, the store's success is credited to Edward and Lincoln Filene, sons of founder William Filene.

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  8. Students, Alumni Concerned Over Potential MBTA CutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 27 | Harvard Crimson

    Students and alumni expressed concern for the potential shuttering of MBTA late night weekend service following last week's public meeting at Cambridge City Hall. In an effort to reduce the MBTA's budget deficit, the regional public transit organization has introduced proposals to eliminate or privatize T service from 12 a.m. to 2 a.m. on weekends.

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  9. Jago feels old and young at same timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 26 | Brandon Sun

    Brandonite Tanner Jago is adjusting to life at Bentley University and is fifth on the Falcons in team scoring. The Brandon hockey player is in his first year at Bentley University in Massachusetts after a terrific junior career that culminated in an RBCa SCup victory with the Portage Terriers last season, giving Manitoba its first national Junior A champion since 1974.

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  10. Chisholm teacher receives STEM scholarshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | NewsOK.com

    Roy Bartnick, fifth-grade teacher at Chisholm Elementary School, received a scholarship to attend a two-day, hands-on professional development program at the Museum of Science in Boston. The program pays for the teachers' expenses, including airfare and lodging, Bartnick said, and will help him learn how to help students understand engineering.

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  11. Snowstorm wreaks havoc on sports schedule and team travelRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | Erie Times News

    The NBA said Boston's game at Philadelphia scheduled for Saturday night will be made up on Sunday at 7 p.m. The Utah Jazz's game at Washington, scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Saturday, will be reset at a later date. The NHL initially shifted the starting time of Friday's game between the Washington Capitals and Anaheim, moving it up two hours to 5 p.m. The league then postponed it on Friday but did not yet have a makeup date.

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  12. Chicago Art Nonprofit Threewalls Faces Downsizing and LayoffsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | Artforum Intl.

    Chicago art nonprofit Threewalls is downsizing - laying off its staff of two - and moving to a new venue. Jeffreen Hayes, the new executive director, noted that the institution was "not financially stable," and skyrocketing rents in West Loop are necessitating a move.

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  13. Harrison McIntoshRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | Artforum Intl.

    Harrison McIntosh has died, reports the Los Angeles Times ' Suzanne Muchnic. Over five decades, McIntosh became known for his elegant ceramics that drew inspiration from classical vessels and shaped the American crafts movement.

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  14. Harrison McIntosh, Southland artist who pushed ceramics' boundaries, dies at 101Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | Los Angeles Times

    In the 1950s, when Southern California's "revolution in clay" catapulted ceramics from hidebound utilitarian ware to wildly expressionistic sculpture, Harrison McIntosh quietly charted his own course to distinction. While fellow artists Peter Voulkos and John Mason pushed clay to its limits by making massive walls and muscular abstractions, McIntosh gently nudged the boundaries of traditional studio pottery by elevating functional objects to a rarefied state of art.

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  15. Director of the Museum of Arts and Design Glenn Adamson Steps DownRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | Artforum Intl.

    Glenn Adamson, the Nanette L. Laitman director of the Museum of Arts and Design, is leaving his post. Adamson's last day will be March 31, 2016.

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  16. Lebanon Denies Passport to Curator Christine TohmeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 21 | Artforum Intl.

    Curator Christine Tohme has been denied a passport renewal from Lebanon because of a warrant issued against her, reports Artinfo 's Mostafa Heddaya. The founder and director of Ashkal Alwan and the newly appointed curator of the thirteenth Sharjah Biennial, Tohme believes that she is being targeted due to her Ashkal Alwan roles.

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  17. Phantom Gourmet: Best Eats Near Shopping CentersRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 5, 2014 | CBS Local

    TV 1170 Soldiers Field Road Boston, MA 02134 Directions 787-7000 Newsroom: 617-787-7145 Programming: 617-746-8383 Follow @cbsboston NewsFollow WBZ-TV PersonalitiesFind Us On Facebook WBZ-TV LINKS AND INFORMATION Contact WBZ-TV Invite A WBZ-TV Speaker Public Service Announcements [...] Today's Weather Forecast Traffic and Weather Together on the 3s. Breaking News When It Happens.

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  18. Red Lake photography and art celebrated at U of M exhibitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 18 | City Pages

    For curator Brenda Child, one photograph was all it took to inspire an entire exhibit. That image, a simple black-and-white capture of three Ojibwe singers at a Red Lake powwow in 1953, formed the basis of "Singing Our History: People and Places of Red Lake Nation," opening Tuesday at the Katherine E. Nash Gallery at the University of Minnesota.

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  19. Could Cuba handle boom of U.S. tourists?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 15 | WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg

    Could Cuba handle boom of U.S. tourists? President Obama called on Congress this week to lift the decades-old trade embargo on Cuba. U.S. Check out this story on wtsp.com: http://on.wtsp.com/1Rr8RHs The streets of Havana have always had their own rhythm.

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  20. Can Cuba Handle Big Boom Of American Tourism?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 15 | CBS Local

    HAVANA - President Obama called on Congress this week to lift the decades-old trade embargo on Cuba. U.S.-Cuban relations have thawed and tourism has increased, but it's still unclear when Americans will be able to travel freely to the nation that was historically off limits, reports CBS News correspondent Ben Tracy.

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