Newton’s Highland Jazz series winds down its celebrated run

Highland Jazz, the long-running community-based jazz series that started, appropriate to its name, in Newton Highlands in 1983, and has moved around to various venues, is closing up shop with a final show on March 31 at Newton South High School, its home for the past 15 years. It’ll be a triple headliner concert, with…

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Everything I Learned About Sex, I Learned From Black ’90s Sitcoms

I’m old enough to know quite a lot about sex. I’m also young enough to still lucidly remember my introduction to it. It wasn’t elegant, romantic, or even textbook. It was pulled clumsily from sweet fantasies and uncomfortable realities, a collision of naive yearning and rude awakenings. I was always curious about sex as a…

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The Week in Superlatives: Sexiest Scene Stealer, the Real-Life Survivor, and the Scene That Made Us Weep with Joy

It’s been another banner week in TV. Between a few buzzy show premieres, some emotionally evocative episodes — for better and for worse — and one majorly inspiring news item, here are the small screen moments you won’t want to miss from this week!Best take on tampons: Amy Schumer’s latest comedy […]

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Marvel’s Next Generation on Redefining What It Means to be a Female Superhero on TV

What better way to celebrate Women’s History Month than taking a deep dive into the franchise that gave us some of the most complex leading ladies of the modern era? There really isn’t one, which is why CBS Interactive, which TV Guide is a part of, teamed up to give Marvel fans an in-depth look…

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Can home remedies help regulate your period?

Certain home remedies and lifestyle changes, such as diet and exercise, can help people to regulate irregular periods. In this article, we look at home remedies that are backed by science, along with those that are not, such as eating turmeric and pineapple.

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Year in review: The best jazz albums of 2018

The physical album as a vehicle for new music is becoming rare, with downloads and online collections taking over, and jazz is often out of the spotlight these days. But there are plenty of dedicated artists out there playing one of the true American art forms, and we always like to salute the ones that…

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SOUNDS AROUND TOWN: Trace Bundy brings innovative acoustic stylings to TCAN

There are, no doubt, uncountable ways to play the guitar. Colorado-based Trace Bundy, who will be plying his trade at The Center for Arts in Natick on March 28, has found a unique approach, mixing together a bit of fakery (he has false fingernails), some re-imagined tools of the trade (he uses some unusual capos…

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Wavves, Beach Fossils light up Boston club

One fine way to brighten up the weekend after Saturday’s all-day wet and nasty Nor’easter was to catch the tour combining surf-punks Wavves and jangly pop rockers Beach Fossils at the Paradise Rock Club in Boston on Sunday night.   Both bands played full sets of about an hour each, and the 500 fans on…

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