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Slam Dunk has announced its final acts for this year’s festival, including Boston Manor, As It Is and Grandson

Slam Dunk has announced its final acts for this year’s festival, including Boston Manor, As It Is and Grandson

They join All Time Low, New Found Glory, Waterparks and more. Slam Dunk has announced its final acts for this year’s festival. New to the bill, are As It Is, Boston Manor (pictured) , Grandson, A Loss For Words, Press To Meco, Story Untold, Between You & Me, Neck Deep, The Plot In You, SHVPES, Kublai Khan and Cruel Hand . Henry Cox of Boston Manor says: “We’re very excited to be playing Slam Dunk again this year; it’s one of our favourite UK festivals. We’re gonna make it one to remember.” They join All Time Low, New Found […]

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Step & Smell The Roses: Top Rated Boston Florists

Step & Smell The Roses: Top Rated Boston Florists

BOSTON (Hoodline) – With Valentine’s Day just days away, are you looking for the top florists in town? Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the top florists in Boston, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of the best spots to venture next time you’re in the market for florists. 1. Chaba Florists Photo: john l./ Yelp Topping the list is Chaba Florists . Located at 71 Stuart St. (between Tremont Street and Eliot Place) in Chinatown, the florist is the highest rated florist in Boston, boasting five stars out of 90 […]

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Ballet Dancers From New England Participate in Youth America Grand Prix

Ballet Dancers From New England Participate in Youth America Grand Prix

Angela Rowlings has been a staff photographer with the Boston Herald since 2004 and an active board member of the Boston Press Photographers Association since 2010. Prior to her work at the Herald, Rowlings freelanced for The Associated Press as well as various national and international publications. Fluent in Spanish, she is frequently asked to interview native-speaking subjects and to interpret for reporters. A lifelong Bostonian with an appreciation for her city’s rich history and diversity, she works to capture the humanity behind some of the city’s most critical issues. Above all, she strives to ensure all members of […]

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30+ Great Events Happening This Week in and Around Boston

30+ Great Events Happening This Week in and Around Boston

It’s Monday again, but there are so many great things happening this week, it may not feel so bad. From the Beanpot finals to LEGOland fun for adults and Disney on Ice, along with concerts and shows all week long, we’ve gathered our picks for you for the week ahead. Monday, Feb. 11 The 10th season of Winter Skate at Patriot Place is underway. Grab the family and enjoy this time-honored tradition of outdoor ice skating to life in the shadow of Gillette Stadium. Price is $10 for adults and $6 for children 12 and under and seniors 65 […]

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75 FREE things to do in Boston this week

75 FREE things to do in Boston this week

When: Sunday, Feb 17, 2019 11:59p Where: Boston Surrounding areas Boston, MA Categories: < 21, Alcohol, Art, Business, Date Idea, Film, Festivals & Fairs, Food, Innovation, Lectures & Conferences, Kid Friendly, LGBT, Meetup, Music, Nightlife, Party, Performing Arts, Social Good, Sports & Active Life, Tech, University Event website: Right here 75 free things to do in/around Boston to keep your calendar (and wallet) full this week: 1) Chinese New Year Parade (Su) http://bit.ly/–Iln 2) Bumble BFF Wine Bar (We) http://bit.ly/—ila 3) Chocolate. Wine. Shoes. (We) http://bit.ly/—ilz 4) Drinking + Drawing (We) http://bit.ly/–1i0 5) Make a Puppet (Tu) http://bit.ly/–1l8 6) […]

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Where to eat in Greater Boston

Where to eat in Greater Boston

At Pagu in Cambridge, each dish is more eye-catching than the last. KEY TO TYPICAL ENTREE PRICES $ $10 OR LESS $$ $11 TO $15 $$$ $16 TO $25 $$$$ $26 AND UP BACK BAY Nahita /$$$$ Nahita brings together the flavors of Peru, Turkey, Japan, and Mexico in a sumptuous space. Check out the ceviche, sashimi, tacos, and pricey steaks, along with craft cocktails. The vibe here is jungle sophisticate. Try the shareable small plates like shishito peppers or baby artichokes with dried miso, Parmesan, and truffle-yuzu dressing. Or sashimi and its Peruvian cousin, tiradito. Tacos (zucchini blossom, […]

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Things to do in Greater Boston this winter

Things to do in Greater Boston this winter

Frida Kahlo’s Self-Portrait with Hummingbird and Thorn, 1940. The first MFA exhibition to focus on Frida Kahlo delves into her fascination with arte popular, or folk art. EVENTS The Moth alights at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum for a Valentine’s Day story slam. Ten storytellers chosen at random perform five minutes on the painful theme; judges selected from the audience name the winners. Boston-based comedian Bethany Van Delft hosts. $15, seniors $12, students $10, under 18 free. 617-566-1401; gardnermuseum.org Elizabeth McCracken / February 15 Eighteen years have passed since Somerville librarian turned award-winning author Elizabeth McCracken published a novel. […]

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The Cashmans Encourages Us to Build “the City of God” with New Album

The Cashmans Encourages Us to Build “the City of God” with New Album

The Cashmans Evangelistic husband and wife singer/songwriter duo, The Cashmans, are prepping for the long awaited national release of their CD, City of God, which is slated to impact retail March 1, 2019, from CLG Distribution, and will be available from major online retailers including iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play. Jonathan and Britney Cashman both encountered God’s love and grace in New England in 1999 and dedicated their lives to Christ and to the work of furthering the gospel. Married in 2006, they have since used their writing and musical abilities to minister together and serve their local churches […]

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5 family-friendly February break day trips across Massachusetts

5 family-friendly February break day trips across Massachusetts

Lowell Winterfest will include carousel rides. February vacation is Feb. 18-22 for most Boston-area schools, which means it’s fast approaching. That also means parents will be looking for ways to fill up the days. Why not gas up the car and explore another area of the state for a day? Here are five Massachusetts day trip ideas that are chock-full of family-friendly fun. It’s going to be a magical week at Springfield Museums in downtown Springfield — literally. The museums are hosting a program called “Magic at the Museums” from Feb. 18-22, bringing several acts to the campus. Your […]

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Boyz II Men will perform in Boston on Valentine’s Day

Boyz II Men will perform in Boston on Valentine’s Day

Boyz II Men perform at the Mirage on March 1, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Believe it or not, Boyz II Men’s sophomore album “II” was released more than 25 years ago. Three of the original members will embark a limited tour to celebrate, and Boston happens to be one of the lucky stops. A tweet from the Philadelphia group said that the response they’ve already received for the upcoming run, which also goes to New York City, Philadelphia, and Washington D.C., feels “eye opening and humbling.” “Boyz II Men: 25th Anniversary of II” will land at Downtown Crossing’s […]

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