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  1. Good Stuff Cheap: A StaycationRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | CBS Local

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  2. EDGE Calendar July 28Read the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Foster's Daily Democrat

    BEGINNING WITH MARIGOLDS: THE CREATIVE SPIRIT OF CELIA LAIGHTON THAXTER LECTURE: Discover Portsmouth Center, 10 Middle St., Portsmouth, Thursday, July 28, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Sharon Stephan, author of One Woman's Work: The Visual Art of Celia Laighton Thaxter brings us to the Isles of Shoals through a celebration of word and craft. Reservations: 436-8433, www.discoverportsmouth.org .

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  3. LIFT Presents 'Seeing Double: Films by Antonia Kuo and Lily Jue Sheng'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | BlogTO

    Antonia Kuo and Lily Jue Sheng are visiting artists from Brooklyn collaborating at LIFT from July 4 to August 17. This screening will present a number of their single and dual channel 16mm films-including Chromoflux, Seeing Double and Point, Line, Plane-as well as showcasing the work that they've done while in residency at LIFT. Their films explore the fleeting temporality of an immersive optical experience, emphasizing oscillating, flickering compositions that exploit the frame-by-frame structure of 16mm film through in-camera and stop-motion collage animation and mirror the visual world of their parallel practices in print-making and photography.

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  4. Pinkberry's Celebrity Swirl Campaign Returns with Chef Tiffani FaisonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 26 | PR Log

    Pinkberry New England Teams Up with Celebrity Chef Tiffani Faison to Create New Limited Edition Flavor to Help Military & Veteran's Families NORTH ANDOVER, Mass. - July 26, 2016 - PRLog -- With 10 locations in Massachusetts, Pinkberry New England is back with its second installment in their continuing Celebrity Swirl Campaign, where the flavors, products and talents of local icons and chefs are brought into Pinkberry's test kitchen.

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  5. Zara & Primark Stores To Come To Kings Plaza In 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 26 | Sheepshead Bites

    Two top European retailers, Primark and Zara , will anchor reconstruction at Kings Plaza Mall in Brooklyn, which includes the transformation of the Sears building set to begin in early 2017, real estate developers announced today. Developers at Macerich , a company that focuses on mall renovations, acquired Kings Plaza Mall in 2012.

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  6. Adventures: Mabel Bell: Seeing, but not hearing, the futureRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 25 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    BRETON ISLAND, N.S: When leaving Maison Fiset House in Cheticamp for dinner at All Aboard Restaurant, I mentioned to my local 'Ambassador', Dan Coffin, that women's histories particularly interested me. My mother had been plagued by deafness all her life and I was sorry to leave Cape Breton without visiting the Alexander Graham Bell Museum managed by Parks Canada in Baddeck.

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  7. At the libraryRead the original story

    Monday Jul 25 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    Send library-related news to [email protected] at least 10 days in advance. Or visit our homepage at www.seacoastonline.com or www.fosters.com to add it to our online calendar Dover Public Library: 73 Locust St., Dover.

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  8. On close inspection, the Millennium Tower stands outRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 23 | Boston.com

    The new Millennium Tower at Downtown Crossing is the first arrival in what I hope will turn out to be a new generation of Boston skyscrapers. With construction almost finished and residents beginning to move in, it's clear that the tower offers a lot of lessons about the right way to go about building in the city.

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  9. Beat by the heat? Chill at these 13 cool spots this weekend.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Boston.com

    The country is currently under an ominous-sounding "heat dome," with temperatures in Boston soaring to the 90s and expected to stay there for some time. This may throw weekend barbecue plans for a loop, but don't worry.

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  10. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Inside the new Millennium Tower, and oh those views.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Boston.com

    From its high-ceilinged lobby to a deluxe three-bedroom in the sky, the Millennium Tower, the newest arbiter of modern luxury in Boston, is luxurious indeed. The condos themselves are about what you'd expect: nicely-appointed, white Italian marble and fine wood floors, thick carpets and high-end appliances.

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  11. Pokemon Go: A big boon for many small museumsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Stars and Stripes

    Game maker Niantic Labs, the Google offshoot that developed Pokemon Go, has planted innumerable "PokeStops," or little in-game treasure troves, near real-life landmarks in places where the game is played. Players can see these spots on their phone screens, which show them a map of where they are walking in real life, augmented with treats and monsters from the Pokemon world.

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  12. Baker-Polito Administration extends hours at urban parks & pools for summer nights initiativRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 19 | Sampan

    Continuing a commitment to providing great access to state managed recreational resources, Governor Charlie Baker today announced that the Department of Conservation and Recreation will extend the hours of operations at select pools and athletic complexes within urban communities across Massachusetts. The initiative started by the Baker-Polito Administration last year extends hours at 20 locations to offer youth a place to have fun during summer evenings within the cities of Boston, Brockton, Chicopee, Everett, Lawrence, Malden, Waltham, and Worcester.

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  13. Prestige for penguin at Ashburnham's Cushing AcademyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 19 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Good-luck charms come in many forms. Four-leaf clovers, rabbit's feet and ladybugs, for instance.

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  14. Pokemon Go is already a big boon for small museumsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 18 | Canada.com

    On the tiny top floor of the sprawling British Museum is a curious collection of Japanese art that ranges from Samurai warrior swords to Manga comic books. Since 2014, it has housed some of the museum's littlest masterpieces-namely, a collection of tiny, 300-year-old carved animals called netsuke, which merchants would string onto their kimono sashes as personal accessories.

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  15. Picks 7 Innovative Spaces To Visit In BostonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 18 | PSFK

    The confluence of academia and industry combined with a supportive government have made Boston a hotbed for innovation. PSFK's recently launched Innovation Debrief: Boston highlights some of the organizations that inspire, facilitate, and produce new concepts.

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  16. Newbury Street will close to cars on August 7 for a day of shopping by footRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 15 | Boston.com

    City officials confirmed Friday plans to shut down Newbury Street to traffic for one day this summer, offering a pedestrian-friendly experience in the bustling shopping district. The "Open Newbury Street" project will take place on Sunday, Aug. 7, according to a spokeswoman from Mayor Martin J. Walsh's office.

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  17. Cyborg Bot Uses Rat Heart-Muscle Cells for ActuationRead the original story

    Friday Jul 15 | Design News

    But that's changing thanks in part to scientific advancements like a bio-inspired swimming robot recently developed by a researcher at Harvard University that uses rat cells for movement and can help advance the fields of medicine and robotics. The robot is the work of Kevin Kit Parker, a professor of bioengineering and applied physics at Harvard who was inspired by batoid fish such as stingrays and skates to create a bio-hybrid system that enables a tissue-engineered ray to swim and phototactically follow a light cue.

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  18. ParkARTS Children's Workshops Return July 5Read the original story

    Friday Jul 15 | Beacon Hill Times

    The Boston Parks and Recreation Department's annual ParkARTS program, sponsored by Holly and David Bruce, is pleased to announce the return of its series of children's arts workshops giving kids the opportunity to express their creativity while working on fun projects with local artists. From East Boston to West Roxbury, children ages three to ten can enjoy painting, mask and jewelry making, treasure creations, and more at the Artists in Residence Workshops held from 9 a.m. to 12 noon in parks across the city.

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  19. How Newbury Street could find its soul again, post Armani Cafe. Hint: Bespoke suits and custom shavesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 13 | Boston.com

    In the high-flying '80s, Newbury Street boasted fur-clad models dining at the Armani Cafe, jet-setters shopping at stylish boutiques with Ferraris parked out front, and one-of-a-kind shops that lent a touch of Rodeo Drive to Boston's staid brownstones. The street remains Boston's most rarified, but a measure of that distinctive glamour has faded a bit in recent years as some of its one-of-kind boutiques closed and midprice chains encroached.

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  20. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff How Newbury Street could find its soul againRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 13 | Boston.com

    In the high-flying '80s, Newbury Street boasted fur-clad models dining at the Armani Cafe, jet-setters shopping at stylish boutiques with Ferraris parked out front, and one-of-a-kind shops that lent a touch of Rodeo Drive to Boston's staid brownstones. The street remains Boston's most rarified, but a measure of that distinctive glamour has faded a bit in recent years as some of its one-of-kind boutiques closed and midprice chains encroached.

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