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Massachusetts politics and media changed this past week when Michael Graham announced he was taking his talk radio show to Atlanta, Georgia.
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Ceremonies at Boston's Old North Church Sunday night linked the historic events commemorated every year on Patriots Day and the tragic events at last year's Boston Marathon.
By ANDREW PAUL MELE SPECIAL TO THE ADVANCE STATEN ISLAND - When Irving Berlin introduced his song, "Easter Parade," in the 1933 Broadway musical, "Thousands Cheer," the Fifth Avenue Parade in Manhattan on Easter Sunday had already been an established tradition since the 1880s.
Dave Andelman of "The Phantom Gourmet" was at Forum last year when the bombs went off.
Boston Public Library's 2014 Lowell Lecture Series welcomes Diary of a Wimpy Kid series author and illustrator Jeff Kinney on Sunday, April 27, at 2 p.m .
A pedestrian walks along the Freedom Trail past the Massachusetts State House on Beacon Hill.
April school vacation week is coming and Boston girls ages 11-15 are invited to register now for the annual All Girls Sports Festival.
Mayor Martin J. Walsh and the Boston Parks and Recreation Department will celebrate the reopening of Childe Hassam Park in the South End with a ribbon cutting and block party on Saturday, April 26, at 1:30 p.m. The reopening of the park, located at 314 Columbus Avenue, marks the completion of a project with a construction budget funded by $278,531 ... (more)
As early as this August, Boston could become the first American city with a Literary Cultural District.
With a major city approval in hand, developers of a long-planned public food market in Boston said they will start renovations this summer to transform an empty, state-owned building into a showcase for Massachusetts farmers, fisherman, and specialty food makers.
The scenes from the iconic show "Seinfeld" about a "Soup Nazi" with Jason Alexander are definitely memorable.
FOUR PEOPLE are killed and about 265 injured in the Marathon Day bombings and their aftermath and thereupon follows an astonishing outpouring of grief, compassion, media coverage, and money.
6. Vote to accept jurisdiction for park purposes, three parcels owned by the City of Boston that together are known as Erie/Ellington Park in Dorchester.
Faneuil Hall Marketplace is the 7th most-visited tourist attraction in the world, according to lovehomeswap.com.
Seventy five years after Dorothy crash-landed in Munchkinland, the 1939 classic film "The Wizard of Oz" had an updated premiere in Hollywood on Sunday .