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Marathon Bombing Survivor Moves Forward By Giving Back

BOSTON (CBS)  — As we approach two years after the Boston Marathon bombing, it is remarkable to realize how far so many victims have come in their recovery — and how much money is being raised for charities and other good causes. 397 more words

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Eye On Education: Young Scientists Visit Starbase Academy At Hanscom Air Force Base

BOSTON (CBS) – Where will we find the innovators of the future? Or the next great scientists and engineers?

Many of them may be growing up right here in Massachusetts. 270 more words

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Simmons College President Battles Breast Cancer

BOSTON (CBS) – Breast cancer is a very personal diagnosis.

When a woman with breast cancer holds a powerful leadership position, the decision to talk about battling the disease involves more than just herself. 399 more words

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Eye On Education: Gardner Museum Takes Teens Beyond The Classroom

BOSTON (CBS) – “There’s something about the courtyard and everything around it. It’s just beautiful.”

Damaris Calderon’s face lights up when she talks about the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. 281 more words

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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

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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

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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

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