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12/21/2014 - House of Blues Gospel Brunch House Of Blues - Chicago - Chicago, IL12/21/2014 - House of Blues Gospel Brunch House Of Blues - Orlando - Orlando, FL12/21/2014 - Boston Symphony Pops: Holiday Pops Boston Symphony Hall - Boston, MA12/21/2014 - House of Blues Gospel Brunch House Of Blues - San Diego - San Diego, CA12/21/2014 - Kirk Franklin: Gospel Brunch House Of Blues - Houston - Houston, TX12/21/2014 - Portland Symphony Orchestra: Magic of Christmas Merrill Auditorium - Portland, ME12/21/2014 - National Symphony Orchestra: Handel's Messiah Kennedy Center Concert Hall - Washington, DC12/21/2014 - Colorado Symphony Orchestra: A Colorado Christmas Boettcher Concert Hall - Denver, CO12/21/2014 - Donny And Marie: Christmas in Toronto Princess Of Wales Theatre - Toronto, ON12/21/2014 - Christmas Bingo: It's a Ho Ho Holy Night Royal George Theatre - Chicago, IL12/21/2014 - The Great Northern Union Chorus Ames Center - Proscenium Stage (formerly Burnsville Performing Arts Center - Proscenium Stage) - Burnsville, MN12/21/2014 - Spokane Symphony: Holiday Pops Martin Woldson Theatre At The Fox - Spokane, WA12/21/2014 - Seattle Symphony: Handel's Messiah Benaroya Hall - Seattle, WA
Boston is the capital and largest city in the Commonwealth
of Massachusetts in the United States. It is the unofficial capital
of the region known as New England, and one of the oldest, wealthiest,
and most culturally significant large cities in the United States.
Its economy is based on education, health care, finance, and technology.
Boston has many nicknames. The City on a Hill came
from the original Massachusetts Bay Colony's governor John Winthrop's
goal to create the biblical "City on a Hill." It also
refers to Boston's original three hills. Beantown refers to early
Bostonian merchants' habit for making baked beans with imported
molasses. The Hub is a shortened form of writer Oliver Wendell
Holmes's phrase The Hub of the Solar System, now more commonly
referred to as The Hub of the Universe. William Tudor, co-founder
of the North American Review, christened the city The Athens of
America for its great cultural and intellectual influence. Boston
is sometimes called Puritan City because its founders were Puritans.
The city is also sometimes called The Cradle of Liberty for its
role in instigating the American Revolution. Citizens of Boston
and the surrounding area are called Bostonians.
The city lies at the center of the Boston CMSA (Consolidated
Metropolitan Statistical Area), the seventh largest in the United
States. The area encompasses parts of the states of New Hampshire,
Maine, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. The city also lies at the
center of Greater Boston, which also includes the cities of Cambridge,
Brookline, Quincy, Newton, and many suburban communities farther
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