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  1. Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff In Boston, it costs more to have funRead the original story w/Photo

    24 min ago | Boston.com

    Hot and tired, Catherine Stassen slumped on a bench among the tourists crowding the Boston waterfront one recent afternoon and tallied the cost of entertaining her 8-year-old grandson, Noah, visiting from Buffalo. A whale watch, two ice cream cones, and a trip to the New England Aquarium set her back nearly $150.

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  2. Two events not to be missed for TuesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Examiner.com

    Tuesday brings two fun events to Boston this week - an "all things tequila" celebration at Assembly Row's River Bar in Somerville, MA and a night of style on the Revere Hotel's rooftop in Boston's Back Bay with men's fashions from a new, hot Newbury Street store, Indochino . The founder and distiller of 123 Organic Tequila, David Ravandi, will be on hand at River Bar to discuss the organic brand and the 123 taste, said to provide a more refined flavor profile and cleaner finish that other tequilas lack.

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  3. Sam Adams could turn Benedict Arnold because of taxesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Lowell Sun

    Even a company that named its top beer after a hero of the American Revolution may eventually forsake its home country. Boston Beer Co., maker of Samuel Adams beer and Angry Orchard hard cider, would be worth more to a foreign owner unburdened by the U.S. tax structure, founder Jim Koch told a Senate committee on Thursday.

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  4. Lustrous enamel, past and present, on view at FullerRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Boston.com

    Do not underestimate the allure of the shiny. Many of the works in "Little Dreams in Glass and Metal: Enameling in America, 1920 to the Present," a big, often seductive exhibition at the Fuller Craft Museum, have shine, depth, and translucency, a cocktail mixed for visual pleasure.

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  5. Dante Ramos: Boston can get better mobility for lessRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | Boston.com

    But digging tunnels and laying tracks aren't the only ways to move people and goods more safely and efficiently. Information, for instance, is a powerful tool.

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  6. The BRA and UDR select The Society of Arts and Crafts for Pier 4...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | Sampan

    The Boston Redevelopment Authority and Colorado-based real estate investment trust firm UDR have chosen The Society of Arts and Crafts as the future tenant for the nearly-complete cultural space at 100 Pier 4. The 21-story apartment building on the South Boston Waterfront includes two levels of interior space that will become the new base of operations for the nonprofit. The 118-year-old Boston institution will relocate after being headquartered for 40 years on Newbury Street, a move expected to enhance the organization's ability to deliver creative programming to the public.

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  7. Natick Visiting Nurse Association Announces Fresh Taste 2015 LineupRead the original story

    Monday Jul 27 | PR Log

    Natick VNA, the area's premier free-standing, not-for-profit home health care agency, today announced that its 9th annual Fresh Taste benefit will take place on Thursday, October 1, 2015 from 6pm until 9pm at Elm Bank Reservation, Wellesley. PRLog - July 27, 2015 - NATICK, Mass.

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  8. Audra DainoraRead the original story

    Sunday Jul 26 | Banker & Tradesman

    It might not be the way most people operate, but for Audra Dainora, the more complicated the project, the better. Dainora spearheaded the massive renovation of Junior League of Boston's headquarters on Newbury Street, a historic building that took over five years to complete.

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  9. Malcolm Rogers, on the threshold of a new lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | Boston.com

    Malcolm Rogers with Benjamin West's "Devout Men Taking the Body of Saint Stephen" at the Museum of Fine Arts. "I feel as if I'm floating in amniotic fluid, you know, just a very nice comfortable state," Rogers said recently while touring the halls of his beloved MFA.

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  10. Museum passes available at LibraryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | Harvard Hillside

    * Reusable passes must be returned to the library the day after use. There will be a fee of $1 per day for overdue passes.

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  11. Weather like this brings me to childhoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | Boston.com

    There are certain long, lazy stretches of summer that take you back to childhood, and right now we're in one of them. It's the heat, mostly, bullying the rest of nature into silence, the sky gone white in surrender, birds too pooped to peep.

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  12. Luxury condo buyers have it made these days, while the rest fight for scrapsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | Boston.com

    The number of condos sales below $500,000 in neighborhoods like Back Bay , Beacon Hill , Midtown and the South End plunged this spring, with too many buyers fighting over too few units. "The Boston area endured a very challenging winter, which affected the available inventory in the luxury home market," said Merit McIntyre, regional vice president of the Boston metro region for Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, in a report detailing the sales.

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  13. Third Annual Cato Papers on Public Policy ConferenceRead the original story

    Jun 6, 2013 | Cato Institute

    Featuring: Jeffrey Miron , Harvard University and Cato Institute; Paul Willen , Federal Reserve Bank of Boston; Ross Levine , University of California, Berkeley; Yona Rubinstein , London School of Economics; James Hamilton , University of California, San Diego; Giovanni Peri , University of California, Davis; and Chad Sparber , Colgate University. The Cato Papers on Public Policy is a volume of innovative articles by recognized national experts on contemporary economic and public policy issueswith a particular focus on critically evaluating the limits of government policies.

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  14. 217 years ago, the ship now known as 'Old Ironsides' began its first voyageRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | Boston.com

    Charlton T. Chapman's painting 'Engagement between U.S. Frigate Constitution and the British Frigate Java.' The battle took place on December 29, 1812 off the coast of Brazil.

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  15. AIM names key officers from areaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 19 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    John C. Stowe, president of LUTCO Inc., has been named as one of two vice chairmen for the board of directors of Associated Industries of Massachusetts, a statewide organization that represents manufacturers. Mr. Stowe was named at the board's annual meeting in May. Daniel Kenary, chief executive officer and founder of Harpoon Brewery in Boston, was named chairman of AIM's board of directors.

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  16. 13 of Boston's best spray parks for kidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 16 | Boston.com

    Boston's Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway has seven water features, including the Rings Fountain in the Wharf District that lights up at night and the Chinatown Stream, a bubbling brook winding through a stand of bamboo near Essex Street. Work your way up or down the Greenway .

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  17. MoMA to Display Walid Raad ExhibitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 16 | BroadwayWorld.com

    MoMA presents the first comprehensive American survey of the artist Walid Raad , a pivotal figure in contemporary art whose work in the last 25 years investigates distinctions between fact and fiction, and the ways in which we represent, remember, and make sense of history. Walid Raad, on view from October 12, 2015, through January 31, 2016, brings together over 200 works across various mediums-including photography, video, sculpture, and performance.

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  18. Finding a summer gig that keeps teachers excited about the classroomRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 16 | Boston.com

    "It was a camp where character development is stressed a lot," Dinger told Boston.com. "It was my first time being away from my parents.

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  19. So Given My German Ancestry, Is Anything Beyond Wearing Lederhosen...Read the original story

    Monday Jul 13 | Coyote Blog

    Just when you think we've reached Peak Sensitivity, the scolds of social justice sprinkle more sand into their underpants. The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston is currently showing a superb exhibition of the art of Hokusai .

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  20. Teen Catches Math Error in Golden Ratio at Boston MuseumRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 11 | KTXL-TV Sacramento

    A 15-year-old high school student visiting Boston's Museum of Science has uncovered a math error in the golden ratio at a 34-year-old exhibit. Virginia resident Joseph Rosenfeld was visiting the museum on a recent family trip when he saw something that appeared wrong with the equation.

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