Here’s how you can get a free Wendy’s Baconator this week

It’s not a free lunch, but it’s a start: now through next Monday (Feb. 4), Wendy’s is offering a free Baconator sandwich and free delivery with $10 purchase through DoorDash.In announcing the promotion, Ohio-based Wendy’s — which has become known for sassy social-media posts — tweaked McDonald’s for recently announcing a “bacon Happy Hour” to promote…

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This Florida restaurant is giving away free Christian Louboutins on its opening night

I’m not sure if a restaurant giving out free Christian Louboutins on their opening night means you’ll be getting your toes stepped on in a jam-packed room of Loubie lovers or elegantly chatting it up with girlfriends as you wait to hear a fine man call out the winner at the end of the night.Either…

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Music: Get ready to devour the Flesh Eaters

The Flesh Eaters were originally formed as an act of friendship, and sort of “a busman’s holiday” for the musicians involved way back in 1977. All these years and many lineup changes later, that’s still the unifying principle of the legendary Los Angeles punk-roots-rockers.The Flesh Eaters have reunited their classic 1982 lineup and released their…

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Music series brings opera, musical theater to Milton

 When 10 accomplished opera singers perform “Sing for Their Supper,” the concert will nourish the soul and indirectly feed the body. The concert of light opera and musical theater songs will raise money to help people with food and financial needs. “It’s always struck me how generous people in the musical community are,” said Tim Steele,…

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5 things R. Kelly said in his explosive interview with Gayle King

R&B singer R. Kelly, who has been accused of multiple instances of sexual and physical abuse, sat down with CBS’ Gayle King for a nearly 80-minute interview in which the singer denied the allegations, saying he was “tired of all the lies” and that all his accusers are liars.Kelly has pleaded not guilty to 10…

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Arts venues offer free and discount admission to low-income residents

 Whenever Linda Brennan visits the Boston Children’s Museum with her daughter, she shows a card at the admissions desk and the two enter for just $4. Their afternoon of fun and exploration otherwise would have cost $34, prohibitive for the Waltham single mother.“If I didn’t have the EBT discount, I wouldn’t be able to take…

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SOUNDS: Singer-pianist Patricia Barber celebrates a new album at Scullers

Pianist-vocalist Patricia Barber, who will be fronting her trio at a CD release show for her new album “Higher” at Scullers on March 15, had to make a few musical decisions when she was growing up in the suburbs of Chicago in the 1960s. Her parents made sure that their home was filled with music:…

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Danvers High School a cappella group, Falconize, looking forward to Festival Disney

High school student Mike Mahoney rushed into the Danvers High School chorus room to help his fellow Falcons warm up while led by Choral Director Alexander Grover. There may have only been a few members present, but Falconize will clearly be a group that has earned their spot at the 15th annual Festival Disney held…

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5 things to know about the ‘Leaving Neverland’ doc detailing Michael Jackson abuse allegations

The four-hour HBO documentary detailing accusations of sexual abuse against the late pop singer Michael Jackson aired Sunday and Monday night.”Leaving Neverland” premiered at Sundance Film Festival in January, reigniting the conversation about the King of Pop’s alleged behavior with underage boys. Jackson has been accused of child sexual abuse multiple times, including an accusation…

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