U.S. Rep. Seth Moulton, D-Mass., (center without hat) marches with members of OutVets, a group of LGBTQ military veterans, during the 2015 St. Patrick's Day parade in Boston. Steven Senne/AP hide caption

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Boston's official Christmas tree, a 47-foot white spruce from the Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, arrives at Boston Common on Nov. 18. Edgar Herwick/WGBH hide caption

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Boston's Christmas Tree Tradition Rooted In A Canadian Thank You

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Born In The U.S., Raised In China: 'Satellite Babies' Have A Hard Time Coming Home

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The Millennium Tower looking down Franklin Street in downtown Boston. The city has seen a tech boom and housing prices have also increased over the past few years. Jesse Costa/WBUR hide caption

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Amid A Business Boom, A Wealth Gap Between Races Leaves Some Struggling

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The Citgo sign in Boston's Kenmore Square is being considered for official landmark status. The building on which it is mounted is up for sale. Boston Globe via Getty Images hide caption

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Elsa Dorfman and Allen Ginsberg. The inscription on the bottom of the photo reads, "October 15, 1988. The morning after our reception at Vision." Elsa Dorfman hide caption

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To Access Her Big, Boxy Muse, Photographer Set Her Sights On Allen Ginsberg

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Nate Swain poses for a photo by his artwork. Tovia Smith/NPR hide caption

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Unraveled: The Mystery Of The Secret Street Artist In Boston

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These shrimp "Peking ravioli" (aka dumplings) were featured at the third annual Festival of Dumplings in 2014 — honoring Bostonian and celebrity chef Joyce Chen. Pat Greenhouse/The Boston Globe via Getty Images hide caption

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People wait in line in Allston, Mass., on March 13 for an open casting call for Patriots Day, a feature film about the Boston Marathon bombing. Jessica Rinaldi/Boston Globe via Getty Images hide caption

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Filming For Marathon Bombing Movie Stirs Emotions In Boston

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Kristina Gillis practices in the rear of a rowing shell along the Charles River, where she will compete at The Head of the Charles this weekend as an ID (Intellectual Disabilities) rower. The regatta has yet to formally include an event category specifically for athletes with intellectual disabilites. Craig LeMoult/WGBH hide caption

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Top Regatta Now Includes More, But Not All Disabled Rowers

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Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Josh Beckett inserts smokeless tobacco as he sits on the bench after being relieved during the eighth inning of a 2012 interleague game against the Philadelphia Phillies. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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No Chew For You, Athletes In Boston (If The Mayor Gets His Way)

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Boston Public Library President Amy Ryan, left, and Conservation Officer Lauren Shott hold the recovered prints by Albrecht Durer and Rembrandt van Rijn. Courtesy of Boston Public Library hide caption

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