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Celebrate St. Paddy’s Day Over a Pint of Guinness at The Black Rose

Variety is the name of the game at The Black Rose. The menu covers the gamut of New England seafood favorites to authentic Irish dishes, plus lots of options in between. There’s no better place to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this year, or to make as a weekly stop for...

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Match Day Is Closing in Fast, and We Have Medical Residents’ Housing Needs Covered!

It’s a day that new medical school graduates eagerly await every year: Match Day! Held annually on the third Friday of March, Match Day is when the National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) matches applicants seeking residency and fellowship training positions in the United States to their residency program. The matching process is...

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Fun and Creative Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Home

While St. Patrick’s Day usually involves a visit to your favorite pub followed by a parade, celebrations will likely look a little different in 2021. That doesn’t mean, however, that you can’t enjoy the camaraderie, delicious food, and the Irish spirit that make March 17 so special. Here are three...

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Sign Up for a Virtual Food Tasting at Gourmet Boutique

Looking for something fun and unique to do that doesn’t involve leaving the house? Gourmet Boutique has you covered. It’s currently hosting virtual tastings for all types of audiences including its artisan chocolates, tea, wine, or even caviar! All you have to do is order one of the tasting kits and set...

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Valentine’s Day Isn’t Complete Without Sweets From Beacon Hill Chocolates

In the heart of the city on Charles Street, you’ll find a little chocolate shop named Beacon Hill Chocolates that has been a Boston staple for nearly 15 years. Owned by an adventurer and chocolate aficionado, Paula Barth travels to all ends of the globe to procure the highest quality ingredients possible...

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How to Celebrate Valentine’s Day at Home

A lot has changed in the past year. For one thing, staying home became the new going out. That theme is going to hold through this month, at least, which is why you should start planning for an at-home Valentine’s Day. Begin with these creative ideas. Plan a picnic in...

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Check Out What’s New at the Boston Public Library

During simpler times, the Boston Public Library was a place where you could step inside and immediately escape the buzz of the city. Its mix of old and new spaces plays host not only to a massive collection of literature, but also stunning works of architecture that some guests have likened to...

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Treat Yourself to a Mani-Pedi at Nail Bar, Now Open Near The Sudbury

Customer service right now isn’t just about providing a great experience, it’s also about keeping patrons safe. Nail Bar does both. Its lauded staff have always prioritized the comfort and happiness of their customers, but now they’re also prioritizing their health by strictly following all COVID-19 guidelines. That includes providing plenty of...

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How to Get the Most Out of Your Winter Workout

Working out in the warm months was pretty easy, even with gym closures and other restrictions. The great outdoors always beckoned with sunshine and balmy breezes, inviting you to go for a run or maybe join an outdoor fitness class. But with the colder temperatures moving in, staying active has...

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Craving Refined Mediterranean Fare at The Sudbury? Order Takeout From Servia!

Servia recently opened its doors with a menu of Mediterranean cuisine, some familiar, some unexpected. For instance, apps like homemade hummus and moussaka are probably ones you’ve tried before. But have you ever savored a slice of broccoli raab pizza with garlic confit, burrata cheese, chanterelle mushrooms, and lemon zest...

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