Regent Theatre Celebrating 100th Anniversary In ArlingtonThe Regent Theatre opened its doors on April 23, 1916.
The Book Inside You: Local Literary HistoryMary Blake looks at local authors who have withstood the test of time.
The Book Inside You: The Business Of Selling ItThere is inherent passion in the written word, but there is also the business of selling it.
The Book Inside You: Agents, Editors And RejectionTwo budding novelists share their stories of what it takes to get a book published.
The Book Inside You: How Do You Start?"Creativity quite often emerges from a bed of hard work and a willingness to stay at the desk," one local author told WBZ NewsRadio 1030.
The Book Inside You: Don't Give Up Reading Or WritingIn these days of tweets, texts, and emojis, are people still reading literature?
SC Debate Could Affect GOP Race, BU Professor SaysSince the GOP field has yet to sort itself out, there is growing interest in Saturday's debate in South Carolina.
Boston's Lost Landmarks: Steinert Hall On Boylston StreetSteinert Hall was a subterranean concert venue on the stretch of Boylston Street once known as Piano Row.
Boston's Lost Landmarks: Connolly's Stardust RoomAn abandoned lot on Tremont Street is where one of the most famous jazz houses in the Northeast once stood.
Boston's Lost Landmarks: New York Streets In The South EndThe New York streets were a small, three square block area in the northeast corner of the South End.
Boston's Lost Landmarks: Filene's In Downtown CrossingOnce one of Boston's major department stores, Filene's is now a store of the past.
Boston’s Lost Landmarks: Jordan MarshJordan Marsh was one of the main attractions in Downtown Crossing.