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Review: Now Or Later: 3.5 stars
Now or Later, Oct 12-Nov 10, 2012, Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts, 539 Tremont Street Boston, MA.
Review: Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson – 4.5 stars
Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, Oct 19 to Nov 17, 2012, at the SpeakEasy Stage Company, 539 Tremont St, Boston, MA
Review by Revond
New England’s Largest Halloween Guide
Hey Events INSIDERS,
Make sure to scroll way to the bottom of this week's issue to see New England's largest lists of cornfield
10 Boston Halloween Adventures for Adults and Kids
by Johnny Monsarrat
Massachusetts is the capitol of Halloween, because we have Salem. And there's so much more to do than hit u
The Revenants Get Audiences Ready for Halloween (Three Stars)
The Revenants Get Audiences Ready for Halloween (Three Stars) "The Revenants" at The Factory Theatre, 791 Tremont Street, Boston.
Events INSIDER: October 15-23: 2012
Giveaways & Features
Win Magic Boston tix
Magic has a home now in Boston as part of this ongoing seri
The Secret to Solving a Cornfield Maze
In Massachusetts, we don't like to see summer go, but we look forward to the fall. We own the capitols of Halloween, Thanksgiving,
Macbeth – 3.5 Stars
Macbeth, October 3 - November 4, 2012 at the Chevalier Theater in Medford
Review by Claudia A. Fox Tree
"Double, double toil and
Blood Rose Rising” is Back in Black (Arts) (4 Stars)
Review by Johnny Plankton
"Blood Rose Rising" a serialized drama presented in repertory at Naga in Central Square, Cambridge th
Magic Boston makes Boston a hub for magic again
Interview by Johnny Monsarrat
Do you like magic? A new group is starting a sort of "The Magic Castle" in Boston. In the 19th