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Irish happenings around the state

Posted by Paul Kandarian  December 9, 2011 07:37 AM

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The Boston Irish Tourism Association has released its travel and culture fall/winter issue of Irish cultural activities in Massachusetts. The 28-page color magazine details upcoming holiday concerts, dances and theater shows through March 2012, and also lists select Irish pubs, gift shops and cultural groups along with hotels and travel agencies.

The guide is free at tourist centers across the state, as well as museums, hotels and cultural venues. For a location near you, visit http://irishboston.org/BITA_Guide_Locations.php The information is also available online at www.irishmassachusetts.com

The guide includes stories on the new public art exhibit at Terminal E at Logan, the Butcher Shop Market in Dorchester, and profiles of Mia Tavan, marketing director at Massachusetts Convention Center Authority, and Paul Wilson, operations manager at the Glynn Hospitality Group and its flagship pub, the Black Rose on State Street in Boston. There's also a story on off-season travel tips to Ireland in winter.

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