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Take the T to These 5 Haunted Houses in the Greater Boston Area

October, the month of pumpkin spice, costumes and above all else, haunted houses is a favorite around these parts. Being the hardy New Englanders that we are, we can’t get enough of the macabre and frightful.  Let us help you along on these last ghostly nights and show you all things horrific and ghastly in More 10 New England Haunted Houses for Everyone, from Horse Lovers to Gore Addicts

Severed Arm Grabs Spotlight at Civil War Museum

A well-preserved human forearm purportedly found shortly after the 1862 Battle of Antietam is grabbing the Halloween spotlight at the National Museum of Civil War Medicine.

Will You Be Skiing This Weekend?

Now that New England is finally in line for more seasonable temperatures, local ski resorts will be firing up the snow guns in the immediate future, which means we could see the first local area open for lift-serviced skiing and riding within days.

Are Boston’s Sister Cities Just Like Boston? Yes—and No!

Boston has nine sister cities located around the world, from Belfast to Taipei. Here’s a quick look at how they’re alike and different from Boston. Both Beacon Hill and Barcelona have winding and narrow streets ideal for exploring on foot. A Closer Look at Boston’s Sister Cities Ireland Rolled Out the Red Carpet for Mayor Walsh Boston Visitor’s Guide

Boston Area Native Eliza Dushku Coming to Rhode Island Comic Con

The nerd niche actress will be at the Rhode Island Comic Con this weekend.

You Probably Didn’t Go Here Last Year. You Probably Didn’t Go Anywhere

It’s official: Americans are workaholics. The proof? In 2013, we took the fewest amount of vacation days in 40 years, according to a study. Why Are 77 Percent of Americans Working During Vacation? What Does the CEO Do on Vacation? Work

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