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In the huge vaulted brick room of Boston’s Waterworks Museum, surrounded by twisting pipes, oversized valves and a giant flywheel, The Pack A.D. plays “Creepin’ Jenny.” Don’t miss it!
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If you could save only one thing from all your possessions, what would it be?
Erik Kolbell's new book asks what's most important to us in life -- loved ones, possessions, personal beliefs and more.
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“Every first round for us has been a challenge,” says coach Claude Julien. So, wish the Bruins luck for this evening. Do you think they'll win the Stanley Cup this year?
After one of best regular season's in team history, the Boston Bruins are set to open their best-of-seven NHL playoff series against the Detroit Red Wings.
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Had enough of school half days? Here’s what CommonHealth's Carey Goldberg says you should do about that.
Please, schools, we're begging, make these random half-days stop.
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This week the strain of work and home commitments overwhelm Louise’s quest to get healthier, leaving her only the time to catch her breath. How do you cope when that happens?
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A new “pop-up” bus service is coming to Boston. It’ll have “awesome shuttles (WiFi!)” that will use smart technology to know where people are and where they want to go, according to the entrepreneur behind the idea. He tells Radio Boston all about it.
Do you depend on public transportation to get around Boston? Are you frustrated by slow, crowded buses and trains that don't go where you need to go?
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“I just want to feel safe,” at this year’s Marathon, Adrianne Haslet-Davis tells Here & Now. “And I want the city to feel safe and comfortable, and to go out and show support like they did during the Red Sox parade, and pack the streets, like, seventy deep.”
The professional ballroom dancer reflects on the struggles and triumphs of the year since the marathon bombing.
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“I just got on my radio and I said, ‘Officer down, officer down,’” remembers MIT police sergeant Clarence Henniger.
A year ago Friday, the tragedy of the Boston Marathon bombing on Boylston Street three days earlier crossed the Charles River into the city of Cambridge.
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“We all know that Lingzi believed in beauty, love and forgiveness,” says Jing Li, remembering her roommate Lu Lingzi who died in the Marathon bombings last year.
From 200 applications, Boston University chose seven to run in honor of Lu Lingzi, a graduate student from China who was killed in the Boston Marathon bombings. Lu loved Boston so much, her parents buried her here, far from their home in China.
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“We could all benefit from embracing some more empathy,” says social work educator Tiziana Dearing.
Sometimes we're called upon to grapple with feelings of forgiveness and empathy alongside feelings of anger and defiance.
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