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In Theaters Friday: "Stronger"

In Theaters Friday: Stronger

His story is true.

His journey will inspire you.

Boston Marathon bombing survivor, 
Jeff Bauman,
as portrayed by Jake Gyllenhaal.
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5 Trends for Fall and How I Really Feel About Them

If I had to pick my favorite season for fashion it would be Fall. It’s not too hot, not too cold (all you need is a light jacket!) and Autumn colors are pretty much my color palette year round so my wardrobe is completely on point! 196 more words


One Team One Dream

This is a saying I heard a lot growing up, it was my volleyball team’s motto for each season. “One Team One Dream” and our dream was to win a state championship. 738 more words


Red Sox Continue to Be So Extra

Last night’s Red Sox-Orioles game was the Sox’s 17th extra-innings game of the season, and boy, was it a rollercoaster. After falling behind 5-0 by the third inning, the Red Sox overcame that deficit to tie it up before ultimately taking a 10-8 lead in the 11th inning, winning their 14th extra-inning game of the season. 343 more words


Why do we haunt a house?

It’s not ghosts and demons who do it. Life would be considerably more exciting if it were. We are the ones who haunt houses, with our memories, or — if we have never set foot inside — with our projections, with the stories we were built to live our lives with. 557 more words

Catherine Cartwright in Absence and Presence, Harbor Gallery, Boston, USA

Catherine Cartwright, the UK/Europe coordinator of the al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here printmaking project is featured in the Absence and Presence exhibition curated by Ronni Komarow, Harbor Gallery, University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA. 15/09/17 – 16/10/17


RECAP: Andrew Benintendi's heroics gave #RedSox yet another extra innings victory, this time in Baltimore.

The Red Sox went into Baltimore last night after taking two out of three from the Rays. Their goal for this week had to be the same as it was over the weekend, win the series against a division rival. 545 more words