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World Penguin Day — unarguably the world’s cutest holiday — is this Saturday, and our city’s own aquarium has something extra to celebrate. A baby little blue penguin is growing bigger and stronger behind closed doors at the New England Aquarium, while it spends more time with the ‘rents and weighs in with the staff before making its exhibit debut. More
Yesterday, we got the first look at promotional stills from the upcoming Whitey Bulger film Black Mass, featuring Johnny Depp as the notorious Boston gangster at the height of his reign yesterday. A dead body, the city skyline, and Bulger’s ominous glare, those photos were pretty scary stuff. But now it’s time for the trailer, which is at least 20-times more terrifying. More
The first set of promotional pics from the upcoming Whitey Bulger biopic Black Mass have popped up on a couple of sites, giving us sneak peek of the infamous Winter Hill Gang leader as played by Johnny Depp. More
Budget-conscious British fashion retailer Primark revealed leases for two more Massachusetts locations in the Burlington Mall and South Shore Plaza today.
What’s worse than having your boss find your irate work-related Twitter feed? More
File this under cool cosmetic inventions coming out of Cambridge– two MIT Media Lab researchers are developing nail art decals that will double-time as touchpads to control your phone or laptop with a single swipe. More
For roundtable number two, we’ve got a mixed bag of creatives and account folks to weigh in on the workplace relationships that got a little close to comfort this episode. Though, tbh, it’s not like that wasn’t a problem for incestual environment of “Mad Men” before now. More
Two weeks into the last leg of “Mad Men,” and we’re tying up loose ends before the series finale. While last week’s episode opened more storylines than it closed, this week’s focus finally shut the door on Don and Megan.
The first trailer for Orange is the New Black season 3 dropped today. The Netflix original series returns to the streaming network June 12 with Boston-born Taylor Schilling’s Piper Chapman and all her friends (and enemies, and frienemies) at Litchfield Penitentiary. More