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Art Walk Project puts public art on the map with free, self-guided tours

The Art Walk Project features six “micro tours” of Boston’s public art scene. "Every neighborhood is different. Every collection of art is unique," says digital artist Julia Swanson.

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John Cena sets world record after granting 650 Make-A-Wish wishes

“If you ever need me for this ever, I don’t care what I’m doing, I will drop what I’m doing and be involved because I think that’s the coolest thing,” Cena told Reuters.

Steve Carell spotted out shopping in Chestnut Hill: ‘Dude loves malls’

The Concord native was spotted at The Shops at Chestnut Hill on Saturday afternoon where he sported a baseball cap and jeans, easily blending in with other suburban shoppers.

Nia Long issues statement following Ime Udoka suspension, asks for privacy ‘to process recent events’

“The outpouring [of] love and support from family, friends and the community during this difficult time means so much,” actress Nia Long said in a statement following the suspension of her longtime partner, Boston Celtics head coach Ime Udoka.

Thirteen-year-old helps catch 591-pound tuna off Cape Cod

Lola Crisp, an eighth-grader at Nauset Regional High School, was part of the four-person crew that reeled in the massive prize-winning tuna while participating in the Cape Cod Bay Tuna Tournament, relaunched last weekend after a decades-long hiatus.

‘The Collaboration’ and HBO’s ‘Julia’ filming around Boston this month

“The Collaboration,” a film about Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat, starring Paul Bettany and Jeremy Pope, began filming at Marina Studios recently. And filming for season 2 of HBO’s “Julia” is also underway.

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Antonio Brown, former NFL star, to perform rap show at Worcester nightclub

The former NFL wide receiver has been making music, and on Thursday, he’s slated to perform at Worcester’s Whiskey on Water.

‘I accidentally fell in love.’ Lil Nas X sends pizza to religious protesters outside his Boston show.

The “Old Town Road” singer performed Sunday at the MGM Music Hall at Fenway, and when a small group of religious protesters gathered outside the venue, the Grammy winner sent them pizza.