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'Sonic Blossom' Makes MFA Visitors Part Of The Art

BOSTON (CBS) — It’s the gift of song.

A new exhibit unlike any other ever done at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts lets you become part of the art.  322 more words


Eye On Education: Urban Improv Tackles Tough Talks

BOSTON (CBS) — Through music, laughs — and sometime silly wigs — hundreds of kids are getting the opportunity to tackle some tough subjects.

“It’s around violence prevention, conflict resolution, peer pressure,” explains Toby Dewey the artistic director of… 319 more words


Investigators Confident Paintings Stolen From Gardner Museum Will Be Found

BOSTON (CBS) – Twenty five years ago, thieves pulled off the largest art heist in history. It happened right in the heart of Boston at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. 332 more words


Holistic Medicine Becoming More Popular For Pets

BOSTON (CBS) – For us humans, holistic medicine has been a growing field for a while. Now it’s gaining popularity in the treatment of pets, too. 325 more words


US Military Hopes To Learn From Victim Of Chimp Attack

BOSTON (AP) — Charla Nash never served in the military. She was horribly disfigured, not in combat, but in a 2009 attack by a rampaging chimpanzee. 841 more words


Friends And Neighbors Welcome Home Injured Bourne Police Officer

BOURNE (CBS) – Friends and neighbors lined the streets to celebrate the survival of wounded Bourne Police Officer Jared MacDonald.

Officer MacDonald was shot in the back one month ago… 242 more words


Cambridge Restaurant Owner Shames Yelpers Who Berated Staff

CAMBRIDGE (CBS) – Turning the tables on negative reviews. One restaurant owner is saying enough is enough when it comes to Yelpers who, he says, abuse the system. 239 more words