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Lobster Rolls: Not Just a Maine Event

Just as the states in New England vary from one to another, so do their lobster rolls. But you can't really go wrong as long as you follow the rules.

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WGBH NEWS

State Senate Mulls Regulations For Ride-Hailing Services Like Uber

The state Senate is set to debate its version of a bill to regulate ride-hailing services like Lyft and Uber Wednesday.

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THIS OLD HOUSE

Belmont Project: Bracing the Basement

Tommy replaces rotten lally columns in the basement. Norm removes the marble sink and claw-foot tub from the guest bath to restore. Richard discovers an historic house, and Tommy saves hardwood floors.

Thursday at 8pm on WGBH 2

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FRONT ROW BOSTON

The Rebirth and Unstoppable Rise of Lady Pills

An interview with Lady Pills, who have earned in a matter of months a level of local hype that would take most bands years to build up.

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Alison Balsom and Tom Poster: Légende

The distinguished British trumpeter joins forces with her long-time collaborator in a diverse program of pieces for trumpet and piano duo.

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The Tide Is High: Counting Horseshoe Crabs

For the last 8 years, the Massachusetts Bays Program has been keeping track of the horseshoe crab spawning population in Duxbury Bay during their spawning season.

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4 Low-Cal Cocktails to Get Excited About This Summer

Vodka soda? Yawn. Happily, we found four super-refreshing drinks around Boston that won't pack on the pounds.

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The Look of Silence

In this Oscar-nominated film, winner of more than 50 awards, an optometrist identifies the men who killed his brother in the horrific 1965 Indonesian genocide. He confronts them while testing their eyesight and demands they accept responsibility.

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Boston Latin School Faculty Walk Out On Walsh Presser

In a moment of intense, unscripted emotion, faculty members abandoned the mayor and gathered in an impromptu press conference of their own to openly and bitterly criticize Walsh’s leadership.

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