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Articles by Ryan Walsh

For the run of Mr. Joy, we’ve had a place in the lobby for folks to let us know who their Mr. Joy is. The answers have been illuminating and powerful. Meanwhile, we’ve expanded that search far beyond our lobby, too.       Earlier this week, our for Boston’s Mr. Joy took us to Wally’s Jazz Cafe and Bobby from Boston’s vintage clothing shop. These video interviews with these proprietors are just as engaging and…

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  If you’ve been walking through downtown Boston this week, you may have noticed the faces of the ArtsEmerson 15/16 season adorning the windows about the Boylston and Park Street MBTA stops! We could’ve placed these banners anywhere in town, but we chose our own neighborhood because, as you’ll see when you pass by them, we want to be YOUR neighborhood theater. And to prove it, we’re offering one free ticket for any show this…

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So reads one of the most famous advertisements of all time, placed by explorer Ernest Shackleton in the London Times in advance of his legendary 1914 Antarctic expedition. The ad has been highlighted as a triumph of ad copy effectiveness, taught in writing classes for decades, and praised for its economy of words and blunt honesty. Additionally, because we know that the expedition was a success, this bleak precursor to the journey serves as an…

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  We hope you enjoyed Hershey Felder’s remarkable story of “America’s Composer.” Were there elements of Berlin’s life story that surprised you? What’s your favorite Irving Berlin song? Will we ever see a songwriter of his caliber and popularity again?   Thanks again for joining us! Please leave your thoughts in the comments.

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