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Past articles by Olga:

The Lakes Region, New Hampshire, Vacation Homes for Sale at Three Price Points

Check out three lakefront vacation homes for sale in New Hampshire. See vacation houses on the market in New Hampshire's Lakes Region at three price points. → Read More

Boston Marathon 2016 Finish Line Photos

Check out runners crossing the finish line and other scenes from Boylston and Copley. → Read More

Here’s Who’s Joining the BSO and Boston Pops at Tanglewood in 2016

Seth MacFarlane will perform classics from the Great American Songbook. → Read More

Masterpieces to Come ‘Off the Wall’ at the Gardner Museum

Check out 'Off the Wall: Gardner and Her Masterpieces' at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, a 'once-in-a-lifetime exhibition' opening on March 10. → Read More

Explore Natural Engineering Marvels at the Museum of Science

'Animals: Machines in Motion' will open February 14. → Read More

Here's Boston Calling's Spring 2016 Lineup

Check out the lineup for the spring 2016 edition of the Boston Calling music festival, featuring Sia, Disclosure, Robyn, ODESZA, Sufjan Stevens, and more. → Read More

Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

Including a neon masquerade bike ride. → Read More

Meet 'Bumble,' the Greenway's Resident Abominable Snowman

Meet 'Bumble,' the Rose Kennedy Greenway's inflatable, 15-foot-tall abominable snowman. He's covered in snow and will glow at night. → Read More

Lego Changes Bulk Order Policy Following Ai Weiwei Controversy

The Lego Group announced a bulk order policy change following the Ai Weiwei controversy. MASS MoCA and other museums collected toy bricks for the artist. → Read More

'A Space for Everyone,' Created from Light and Shadows

Anila Quayyum Agha brings her immersive installation 'Intersections' to the Peabody Essex Museum, creating 'a space for everyone' from light and shadows. → Read More

Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Will Retire Elephants in May

Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey announced that they will retire their elephants in May 2016. The circus's parent company is run by BU alum Kenneth Feld. → Read More

New England International Auto Show Returns to Boston

Check out the 2016 New England International Auto Show, which is returning to Boston January 14-18 and will feature 500 new vehicles by 37 manufacturers. → Read More

MFA to Host Forum on 'Kimono Wednesdays' Controversy

The Museum of Fine Arts plans to host a forum on 'Kimono Wednesdays,' a summer event series that sparked protests over cultural appropriation at the museum. → Read More

More Text-Based Public Art Comes to the Greenway

Chicago-based artist Matthew Hoffman brings a new text-based work titled 'May This Never End' to the Rose Kennedy Greenway. It will be on view through 2016. → Read More

Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

Check out our picks for five weekend events in Boston, including the No Pants Subway Ride, Winter Wellness Walk, Snowflake Festival, and more. → Read More

Legoland Discovery Center to Screen New 'Lego Movie 4D'

Check out 'The Lego Movie 4D A New Adventure,' a new short film that will debut at the Legoland Discovery Center in Somerville on February 6. → Read More

Wally the Green Monster Has a Little Sister

Meet Tessie, Wally the Green Monster's little sister who's coming to Boston to join the Red Sox. You can meet Tessie during Winter Weekend, January 22-24. → Read More

Here’s Why the FBI’s Gardner Museum Investigation Focused on Robert Gentile

The 'Hartford Courant' reveals why the FBI's investigation into the Gardner Museum heist continues to focus on Robert Gentile, based on interviews with an informant. → Read More

No Pants Subway Ride Returns to Boston

It's an annual public prank—and you can take part. → Read More

'Celestial' Installation on View Downtown

It features human figures floating amongst glowing orbs. → Read More