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Pre-Bar Exam: It’s OK To Camp Outside of a Liquor Store If Rare Bourbon Is Involved
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{“data”:[{“type”:”text”,”data”:{“text”:”It’s your last weekend of normalcy before the holiday crunch. Then, bam!: Thanksgiving Eve drinks with your high school pals, holiday tryptophan with your relatives, and then shopping madness begins \\(if you believe in that sort of thing\\), then it’s Christmas, then it’s New Year’s, then you’re another year closer to death. What we’re trying to say is: Relax this weekend, OK? We’ll keep you from looking ignorant with conversation topics about the Fed and Obama’s immigration whammy , you hit the bar and a museum or three … maybe not in that order.\n”}},{“type”:”html”,”data”:{“text”:” More

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Harvard Art Museums Construction Time-Lapse
The Harvard Art Museums Celebrate Reopening; Watch 6-Year Time-Lapse Video
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{“data”:[{“type”:”text”,”data”:{“text”:”After six years, the [Harvard Art Museums](http://www.wheretraveler.com/boston/harvard\\-art\\-museums) will reopen to the public today. The much\\-anticipated renovation and restoration has united the Fogg Museum, the Busch\\-Reisinger Museum, and the Arthur M. Sackler Museum under one spectacular glass roof designed by Pritzker Prize\\-winning architect Renzo Piano. The museum reopens its 250,000\\-piece collection and debuts its elaborately renovated 1927 Quincy Street landmark and added 204,000\\-square\\-foot glass and steel wing with a Italian piazza\\-inspired Courtyard.\n”}},{“type”:”html”,”data”:{“text”:” More