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Past articles by Shaula:

The 13 Best Boston Moving Companies

Whether you're moving a mansion or a studio, leave your move to the professionals. Check out our guide to the best Boston moving companies. → Read More

When KISS Played Disco and the Rat Rocked: Travel Back in Time with "Buy Me, Boston"

Music journalist Brian Coleman’s new book, Buy Me, Boston, reveals our city as it was back in the 1960s through the 1980s. → Read More

Boston Charity, By the Numbers

A peek at who’s shelling out the big bucks. → Read More

Fly Nonstop from Boston to Barbados

A toast to freedom. → Read More

The 2016 Gold Rush Rally Zooms Through Boston This Month

See how the other half lives at the 2016 Gold Rush Rally in Boston. The luxury-car extravaganza kicks off May 13 in Boston's City Hall Plaza. → Read More

New Kids on the Block: By the Numbers

Here are fun facts about New Kids on the Block ahead of the 30th anniversary of their first album. Learn about the New Kids, by the numbers. → Read More

St. Patrick’s Day in Boston, By the Numbers –

Check out a by-the-numbers look at St. Patrick's Day in Boston, from the number of citations at the Southie parade to the amount of Guinness people drink. → Read More

St. Patrick's Day in Boston, By the Numbers

Check out a by-the-numbers look at St. Patrick's Day in Boston, from the number of citations at the Southie parade to the amount of Guinness people drink. → Read More

Johnny D’s 47-Year History Comes to a Close This Weekend

Somerville spot Johnny D's goes out with a New Orleans style bang for its last show. Owner Carla DeLellis shares memories from the club's 47-year history. → Read More

Local All Star Chefs Rock the Sinclair for 'Eat Your Heart Out'

Chow down on music-themed bites and watch party band Bad Rabbits. → Read More

MIT Puts Spam in an Art Gallery with “I Must First Apologize”

Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige's new exhibit, “I Must First Apologize,” at the MIT List Visual Arts Center—examines the history of online spam. → Read More

Fat Tuesday Just Got Fatter, with These Mardi Gras Dining Specials

Fat Tuesday just got fatter, with these Boston Mardi Gras dining specials for 2016. Laissez les bons temps rouler at the Hawthorne, Sweet Cheeks, and more. → Read More

Party Like a Jedi at These Boston Star Wars NYE Bashes

Ring in the new year with Mai Tai Fighters and drink-slinging Storm Troopers, with Star Wars New Year's Eve parties at Ames Street Deli and Abby Lane. → Read More

Celebrate the 242nd Anniversary of the Boston Tea Party with These Cocktail Specials

No libation without representation. These Tea Party-inspired drinks are steeped in history. → Read More

Drink Up at These Repeal Day Bashes

December 5, 2015, marks the anniversary of the end of Prohibition. Here’s where to party like it’s 1933. → Read More

What to Do at Horror Convention Rock & Shock 2015

At Worcester's annual horror convention, see zombie godfather George Romero in the flesh, watch Danzig do Elvis, and meet the cast of American Horror Story. → Read More

Great Moments in the Ig Nobels

This year, the Ig Nobels turn 25. For 25 years, the Cambridge-based Annals of Improbable Research have blinded us with mad science. Here, a look back. → Read More

Best of the Week: Our Picks for September 14-18, 2015

Things to do in Boston this week include the 25th annual Ig Nobel awards, the unofficial Mindy Kaling Day, Rosebud's birthday luau, and more. → Read More

Right on Cue: Andy Husbands Unveils Smoke Shop

Chef Andy Husbands introduces us to Smoke Shop, his upcoming barbecue venture in Kendall Square. → Read More

Best of the Week: September 7-11, 2015

Check out the best things to do in Boston this week, including the Allston Christmas Block Party, Stephen King, a Sondheim musical, and more. → Read More