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Post-Title IX, more women have entered competitive sports like basketball.

Courtesy of Schlesinger Library

Arts

How Title IX expanded women’s opportunities in sports

6.20.17

Post-Title IX, more women have entered competitive sports like basketball.

Courtesy of Schlesinger Library

How Title IX expanded women’s opportunities in sports

6.20.17

A summer exhibit at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum (above) highlights abstract art…

Photograph courtesy of the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum

Lincoln offers rich history, nature trails, local food, and art.

July-August 2017

Lone paddlers take in the sunset

Photograph courtesy of UMass Lowell Kayak Center

Paddling the Merrimack in Lowell and Lawrence

July-August 2017

End of the Line, Cleveland Circle (2012), by Kate Sullivan

Courtesy of the Boston Athenaeum

A Boston Athenaeum print exhibit reveals “a distinctive sense of place.”

July-August 2017

Photograph courtesy of Harvard Art Museums; ©President and Fellows of Harvard College

A collection of stunning Jun ceramics displayed—and analyzed

July-August 2017

Come on, IRENE: a new process saving audio from “catastrophic” damage

July-August 2017

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A 1948 record from Frederick C. Packard’s Harvard Vocarium label, T. S. Eliot: Reading His Own Poetry, on a turntable in a console designed by Alvar Aalto and engineer Jack L. Weisman. 

Objects courtesy of the Woodberry Poetry Room. Photographs by Stu Rosner

In the Woodberry Poetry Room, a landmark audio collection waits to be heard.

July-August 2017

The Brookline birthplace of John F. Kennedy

Photograph courtesy of the National Park Service, John F. Kennedy National Historic Site

Centennial celebrations for John F. Kennedy in Brookline

May-June 2017