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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 .
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US marshals have shut down an unlicensed radio station in Boston's Grove Hall neighborhood, said Charles Clemons, the one-time mayoral candidate who is the station's founder.
"I never planned anything, it just osmosed from one thing to another," says Fred Taylor of his career in music.
Boston Police officers walked along side hearse carrying the body of Boston Police Officer Dennis Simmonds down North Main Street in Randolph.
This year's summit includes more workshops and expanded focus to include topics specific to men, LGBTQ survivors, high school and middle school aged students, and service providers.
Boston firefighters are battling a suspected gas explosion that blew a multi-family house apart and sparked a three-alarm fire in Dorchester tonight, with 11 people transported to the hospital, according to officials and a witness.
The city of Boston is getting an amazing, life-size bronze statue of Edgar Allan Poe this fall.
The Celebrity Series of Boston announced its 2014-2015 season today, marking 76 years of bringing the world's greatest performing artists to Boston.
Vehicle traffic will be prohibited and parking will be restricted on many streets in Boston in the days leading up to the Boston Marathon and on Marathon Monday, April 21, 2014.
Today, Mayor Martin J. Walsh joined Boston Main Street Directors, city officials, and community leaders in Roslindale Village to highlight increased funding for Boston's 20 Main Street Districts.
Police have blown up two unattended backpacks found near the Boston Marathon's finish line.
Police spokesman Dave Estrada says the backpacks were discovered Tuesday evening, a year after two bombs in backpacks exploded at the end of the marathon and killed three people.
Boston : "There are no strangers here," Governor Deval Patrick said on Tuesday about Boston, during a ceremony marking one year since the deadly bombing at the city's marathon.
A Packers reunion with Brett Favre fell short of becoming a reality last year, Packers President and CEO Mark Murphy said Tuesday, according to ESPN.com.