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Going beyond ‘green,' activism new standard in ski industry


As climate change threatens to put much of the ski industry out of business over the next several decades, resorts are beginning to embrace a role as climate activists.

‘Star Trek', swear words and TV characters' changing mores


For nearly four decades, Jean-Luc Picard of “Star Trek” has largely been presented as genteel, erudite and — at times — quite buttoned up. Yes, he loses his temper. Yes, he was reckless as a callow cadet many years ago. Yes, he occasionally gets his hands dirty or falls apart.

Callery pear tree: How to manage an invasive former favorite


After World War II, cookie-cutter homes on quiet, tree-lined streets become the epitome of success for those looking to escape crowded cities across America. And the Callery pear, a non-native tree species introduced from Asia in the early 1900s, is often chosen to line those streets.

After Hours: Holi Festival of Colors March 25

The Holi Festival of Colors will be held March 25 from 1-3 p.m. at the Phinney Center. Holi, “the festival of color” or “the festival of love,” celebrates spring, connection, and the triumph of good over evil.

ABBA Tribute at The Neptune

From London's West End to Las Vegas, MANIA the ABBA tribute (Formerly ABBA MANIA) remains the world's No. 1 touring ABBA tribute show.

An evening with They Might Be Giants

They Might Be Giants will perform on two nights at The Neptune; April 20-21 at 8 p.m. Doors open at 7 p.m.


At the Movies: New ‘Shazam!' has more everything, but less charm


Sequels, by nature, are more. Whatever the original had, just add more, the rule seems to be. Even more words in the title — how often is a sequel's title shorter than the original?

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