On the morning of March 18, 1990, two thieves, dressed as police officers walked into the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston and walked out with 13 works of art valued at ½ billion dollars. After almost 30 years, their frames still stand empty. Come see and hear the story of one of the great unsolved crimes of the 20th century.
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