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Nearly five years after construction ground to a halt at the former Filene's site in Boston's Downtown Crossing leaving a crater in the city's shopping district, the new development team has set a groundbreaking for next month. Comment?
OBERON , the American Repertory Theater's second stage and club theater venue, continues its mission to bring exciting and original programming. Comment?
Its sister papers, The Portland Phoenix in Maine and The Providence Phoenix in Rhode Island, will remain open, the company said. Comment?
Fast Company: "A collaboration between Hachette and Droga5 is attempting to get Qantas's passengers to turn their tablets and e-readers off, and turn instead to paperbacks. Comment?
Military Heroes Garden of Flags on the Boston Common Every year, the MA Military Heroes organization plants a garden of 20,000 flags in front of the Soldiers and Sailors Monument on Boston Common to commemorate the Massachusetts service members who have given their lives to defend the United States and our freedom. Comment?
Keeping true to the Star Wars camping-out-all-night, fanboy spirit, Star Wars: Where Science Meets Imagination , a traveling exhibition that combines film memorabilia with hard science, makes its grand opening this week at the Indiana State Museum with a midnight showing beginning at 11:59 p.m. May 24. Comment?
A press conference is held at the D'Amour Museum of Fine Arts Tuesday, announcing the Springfield Museums receipt of recognition of accreditation by the American Alliance of Museums. Comment?
When you sell strollers, stroller-spotting becomes a daily habit, and you notice which brands and models live in what parts of town. Comment?
Zeke Sulkes and Christine Stulik star in 'The Pirates of Penzance,' continuing through June 2 at the American Repertory Theater Gilbert and Sullivan's operettas remain lively and fun to this day. Comment?
The Metropolitan Area Planning Council will present an update on the Hubway bike share program and introduce a new Web app that helps connect residents to the many parks and open spaces available in Greater Boston during a Brown Bag Lunch event on Thursday. Comment?
Summer is just about here, and that means the weekend calendars are packed with beer events nearly every single weekend. Comment?
Warby Parker is due to open its second full-service store in Boston this Friday, May 17, at 83 Newbury Street. Comment?
RAW reader Nancy Vogler of Andover was shopping in Arlington last month when she spotted this well-decorated Saab -- a vehicle that many of us who live north of Boston have seen around and about. Comment?
While the last few weeks have seen an Anime Convention, PAX East and Boston Comic Con invade the Boston streets, a quieter event is getting ready to kick off. Comment?
You must be logged in to your Twitter account in order to share. Click the button below to login Thirty restaurants Coach Factory Onlineand six hotels opened, and a marina was built. Comment?
Downtown Boston is booming with new residential construction that will add hundreds of new apartments and condominiums to an area that has already seen a doubling of its residential population in just a decade. Comment?
Whether she's your mother by marriage or birth, her special day this weekend can bring out the worst in you both. Comment?
The 105-year-old maker of athletic shoes, worn by Rihanna , Kristen Stewart , Jessica Alba , Drew Barrymore , "Superman" Andrew Garfield and the guys in the boy band One Direction, to name a few, is preparing to open its fifth stand-alone store in the U.S. in San Francisco in late June. Comment?
This week's Instagram fashion star is adorable style blogger and merchandising intern Katherine Tabinowski . Comment?
The Wentworth Lear Historic Houses announces a carving demonstration and lecture by local carver, cabinetmaker and founder of The Breed School, Allan Breed on Saturday, May 11 at 2 p.m. This special event compliments the "The Many Faces of George Washington," now on display through June 1. Breed has more than 30 years of experience as a furniture ... (more) Comment?