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Giant Bagel Sculptures (and Actual Bagels) Temporarily Invade Chestnut Hill

OMG! Bagels pops up this Sunday and lasts through the end of the year.

Part of the Everything installation by Hanna Liden
Part of the Everything installation by Hanna Liden
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Chestnut Hill's The Street retail development, located along Boylston Street, is now featuring bagels for a short time, both edible and not. New York-based artist Hanna Liden, a native of Sweden, debuted a project today called Everything — a trio of bagel sculptures. One sculpture is a single bagel, another is a stack of three bagels, and the third is five bagels with a tulip coming out of the center. The latter stands 15 feet tall. The non-edible bagels will be on display through the winter. (The project was previously installed in New York City; this is its local launch.)

Meanwhile, for those seeking a bagel to actually eat, Waltham-based OMG! Bagels, which distributes around the Boston area, will open the doors to its first storefront this Sunday, November 22, in The Street's The Pop-Up space at 7 Boylston St., and it will be there through the end of December, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily.

The shop will sell 18 varieties of New York-style, boiled-then-baked bagels, cream cheeses, and small replicas of Liden's sculptures.

The Street

55 Boylston St, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 (617) 232-8900 Visit Website

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