2 min ago | EDGE
It is a rare actor that can graduate from college, and within a few short months, find themselves on Broadway, cast in a lead role in the biggest blockbuster musical in town opposite Tony Award-winning actors.
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Update: The pizza chain says you can't believe everything you read, even its own license application - says it just wants to add a guitarist , not dinner theater .
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When you sell strollers, stroller-spotting becomes a daily habit, and you notice which brands and models live in what parts of town.
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Not sure where you can get a drink or a meal outside in the South End? The Boston Business Journal made the decision-making process delightfully easy for you.
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Memorial Day committee 2013: First row, from left to right, Mike McLoud, John O. Scannell, Donald Newell; back row: Frank Cahill, Mike Hegarty and Steve Bickerton.
It's Thursday, and you've got no idea what you'll do this weekend. Patch is coming to the rescue.
As City Councillor Rob Consalvo's mayoral campaign kick-off wound down, Angelo Scaccia was at the front table, greeting people as they exited, getting up and sitting down, shaking their hands, and slapping their backs while complaining of his own being in pain.
To many, Memorial Day means the unofficial start to summer, a three-day weekend for grilling and a chance to break out white clothes that have been in the attic all winter.
Friday, May 10 6:42 p.m.: A officer on a detail radioed in a domestic in progress near the Natick Mall .
Gardner Pilot Academy student and Charlestown resident Yumin Lisa Wei, right, accepts her award from Mayor Menino and Gardner intern Sandy Simeon.
Three years ago Weston real estate agent Leslie Mann read a story on the Internet that horrified her.
Boston Fire Commissioner Rodrick Fraser today sounded off against his 13 deputy chiefs, calling them a "bunch of dinosaurs" for resisting change and being "unprofessional" for releasing a letter to the media saying they had no confidence in their chief for not taking command during the chaos after the marathon bombings.
Compared to last year's Taste, the 2nd annual Taste of West Roxbury had more attendees, and raised more money for West Roxbury Main Streets' revitalization efforts.
By most accounts, Steve Abraira did a decent job as Dallas' fire chief. He served for five years, was well-respected by the rank-and-file, and ran a department with no glaring issues.
The deadline to sign up for nomination papers for Boston's mayoral and city council elections has passed, with 24 possible candidates for mayor.