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There’s a lot of funny stuff to be mined out of living in Boston, as Cheers proved over 11 seasons. Sadly, since then, network television has wrung very few chuckles out of our fair city. Why Doesn’t the Zombie Apocalypse Ever Hit Boston?
Some people consider 1982’s “Evil Dead” a comedy. Bruce Campbell, who starred in the cult classic, is definitely not one of those people.
As Fenway Park prepares for a Halloween screening of Ghostbusters, we look at a couple of other non-baseball uses for the ballparks around the country.
Jake Gyllenhaal revealed to Boston.com some of the ties he has with the city while he was in town promoting his new movie “Nightcrawler.”
How to Build a Better Boston Sitcom (I.E., Not ‘The McCarthys’)
Bruce Campbell On Why ‘Evil Dead’ Isn’t As Funny As You Think
Coming Soon to a Ballpark Near You: Concerts, Movies, and Maybe the Pope
How Boston Is Jake Gyllenhaal? Think Jimmy Fallon, Not Mark Wahlberg
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