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The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum: Kitchen Sink Edition

(photo courtesy of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum) By now I’m sure you’ve had a chance to experience, or at least catch the buzz surrounding the unveiling of the new Renzo Piano Wing at Boston’s iconic Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Last … Continue reading

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Weekly Wrap-Up for January 20th, 2012

  We made it! Why do shorter work weeks always feel agonizingly longer? points of impact x glass house x 406,700 kilometers away x initiation spell

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Weekly wrap-up for June 17th, 2011

“I think it was the Commodore’s Ball. It seemed as though my parents went to so many formal occasions when I was growing up. I believe it was as much fun for me to watch the whole preparation process as … Continue reading

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Remember When Your Boots Weren’t Soggy?

So, I might have jinxed us. A few weeks ago I was talking to my mom about how this winter has been fairly kind to Boston.  And then the holiday blizzard happened, and then another one, and the sun came … Continue reading

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The Gardner Museum: Art Heists & Late Nights

       (El Jaleo, John Singer Sargent, on view at ISGM) Did you know that the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Fenway is the site of the biggest art heist in history?  C’est vrai! From our friends at Wikipedia: … Continue reading

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Weekly Wrap-up: Christmas came early edition

Heading out to Chicago this evening, and I am not sure what goes on in the Midwest..do they have computers out there?  What if I fall into a deep-dish coma? Crushed under a late night cow-tip? How will you know … Continue reading

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Free Things: Tonight. Tomorrow. And So On.

Tonight Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum ISG is one of my favorite museums, rarely free(normally $12 for Adults) unless your name is Isabella, and definitely worth a stop in.  Such a beautiful space.

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