Some fans of “Cat’s Cradle” or “Slaughterhouse-Five” might be unaware Kurt Vonnegut also wrote for the stage. A new version of “Make Up Your Mind” is coming to SpeakEasy in November.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Cambridge Brewing Company, in Kendall Square, will release Collier Stout next month.
BOSTON — Boston Marathon runners who made it to the half-marathon mark but did not cross the finish line due to the bombings are eligible to run again in 2014.
The Internet has already made much of the information that can be found in libraries easily accessible online. So could the proliferation of e-books render the public library obsolete?
BOSTON — A recent Boston Globe poll showed 49 percent of Boston residents have met Mayor Menino. Have you?
BOSTON — The Boston Globe poll found that while the mayor holds a 74 percent approval rating, fewer than half said they want him to run again.
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BOSTON — The city’s new “City Hall To Go” truck will travel to various Boston neighborhoods where residents will have to access a select “menu” of services.