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Digital Newspapers & Magazines (note: we no longer subscribe to Flipster)
Statewide Digital Resources
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Search the full text of The Boston Globe (starting in 1980).
Search the full text of The New York Times (starting in 1985).
Popular Magazines includes 1,000 of the most searched magazines. Titles were selected based on actual publication searches performed by library patrons. This database is 100% full text and includes over 600 titles recommended by Bowker's "Magazines for Libraries."
eReference & Databases
Check out our online databases! Global Road Warrior has information about hundreds of countries around the world for travelers and geography lovers, including customs, history, financial info, common phrases and more. A to Z World Food provides recipes, an ingredient glossary, dining traditions and etiquette and other information from around the globe. Find information about books and authors with NoveList Plus, and dozens of full-text reference books in our online GALE Virtual Reference collection. Access online GALE databases, where you can search for full-text magazine and newspaper articles, research and academic papers, encyclopedias, reference books, special collections indexes and business information. (You may need to provide your library card number to log in to the databases from home.)
These databases are provided through the Kirkman Trust, the Massachusetts Library Board of Commissioners and the Massachusetts Library System.
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Boston Museum of Fine Arts
Boston Children's Museum
Cahoon Museum of American Art
Cape Cod Museum of Art
Cape Cod Maritime Museum
Cape Cod Museum of Natural History
Heritage Museums & Gardens
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
USS Constitution Museum
Whydah Pirate Museum
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