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That Time Some Boston Locals Stole Metallica's Gear Out of Their Van

The year was 1984 and Metallica was touring the US in support of their album Ride The Lightning . Unfortunately for them, the new year was not off to a good start. After they played Boston's Channel Club on January 14th, the band soon discovered that some locals had stolen their gear from their van...
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Missing Woman Found Alive in Charlestown Housing Project

23-year-old Olivia "Liviy" Ambrose was last seen leaving Hennessey's Bar in downtown Boston Saturday (1/19/19) night around 11pm. She had not been seen or heard from since. Five days later, Ambrose was located at a housing project in Charlestown and has been transported to a nearby hospital. UPDATE...
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Faneuil Hall's Oldest Restaurant, Durgin-Park, Shutting Down Permanently

Durgin-Park, the oldest restaurant in Faneuil Hall, will soon be closing its doors for good. BREAKING: Michael Weinstein, CEO of Ark Restaurants, confirms to me that @Durgin_Park , a Faneuil Hall staple since 1827, will be closing on January 12th. Restaurant employees were told yesterday. He says...
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Mass DOT Offering Free MBTA Travel on New Year's Eve

According to the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) there will be a few schedule changes on New Year's Eve. On Monday, December 31st, all MBTA services will be free after 8 p.m. until the end of service. Free coffee will also be served at 18 MassDOT service plazas on New Year's...
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The "12 Masshole Days Of Christmas" Is The New England Anthem Of The Holidays

We've all heard the original "12 Days of Christmas" song, and all we can really say about it is " YAWN! " Seriously, who really needs that many birds and indentured servants for your entertainment? It's selfish is what it is. Selfish and purely unrealistic. So instead of having to bear that...
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Boston's Famous CITGO Sign Will Become An Official Landmark

Remember the time when there was talk about removing the famous CITGO sign that stands in Kenmore Square? Well it appears that it won't be going anywhere after all, because the Boston Landmark Commission has given the 'OK' to declare it as an official landmark. The 60-foot-by-60-foot CITGO sign was...
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Chick-fil-A Pursuing Its First Restaurant In Boston

The fast-food restaurant chain Chick-fil-A currently has 12 locations throughout Massachusetts, including Dedham, Burlington, Framingham and Peabody. But now the company is planning on opening its first Boston location in the Back Bay. Currently occupied by a Boloco burrito restaurant, Chick-fil-A...
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Veterans Day Details

In May, I always remind people that Memorial Day is not a time to thank those who have served, it is a day to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice while serving, and to thank their families. In November, Veterans Day is the day to thank everyone who has worn a uniform in service to this...
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The Beautiful Chaos of the Boston Red Sox's World Series Parade

Do parades ever get old? Not if you're a fan of the New England Patriots, Boston Red Sox, Boston Bruins or Boston Celtics. Not to mention that even if you don't have a Halloween costume this year, you're always dressed up as a champion! So Nick descended upon the beautiful chaos that was the Boston...
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GALLERY: The Boston Red Sox World Series Parade

Fire up the Duck Boats, because the Red Sox are here to celebrate another World Series championship through the heart of Boston! Photos by USA TODAY
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