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7 days agoThe jolt, and the joy, of hearing live music from Boston Lyric Opera's Street Stage -- After all these months, the company's mobile opera truck offers a safe, socially distanced treat for music-starved listeners.
7 days agoMore than name change may be needed at former Plimoth Plantation -- The name Plimoth Patuxet reflects a long commitment to Wampanoag history, but the exhibits themselves are still due for a refresh.
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16 days ago11 TV shows to check out before the end of the year -- New series include another HBO rich-people crime drama, a Stephen King pandemic nightmare, and a star-studded adaptation of "Between the World and Me."
1 month ago17 reasons for pop music fans to celebrate the fall -- There's plenty to please music fans through the end of 2020, from new album releases, reissues, livestreamed shows, books, and documentaries.
1 month ago10 reasons to keep falling for classical music -- Online programming means a world of possibilities for Boston concertgoers.
1 month ago9 dance performances to revive your spirits -- The season's dance highlights include a few more outdoor shows, livestreaming from studios, and a televised Nutcracker.
1 month agoNew England's top 10 museum stops for fall -- Season highlights include Claude Monet, Winslow Homer, and a tribute to fashion's revolutionary women.
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21 hours agoVirtual author readings Nov. 30 - Dec. 3
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