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After a yearlong hiatus, the free art gallery makes its return in July with another sprawling ocean-themed installation.
What to Know before Buying Tickets to Post-COVID Concerts in Boston
Live music is back on the calendar for 2021. Here’s what that means.
The ICA Watershed Will Return with a “Monumental” Immersive Installation
After a yearlong hiatus, the free art gallery makes its return with another sprawling ocean-themed installation.
Five Takeaways from a Conversation with Paul Theroux
With a new book out this month, the novelist and travel writer talks about his famous family, hanging with fellow Medford native Michael Bloomberg, and why all roads lead to the Cape.
Know a Local Hero? Nominate Them to Be Featured in Boston Magazine!
Our Best of Boston Readers’ Poll this year is once again focused on the people who have made our city a better place.
31 Things To See, Do, and Hear This Spring
(And no, they’re not all virtual—hooray!)
March 25, 2021. Hear from Boston magazine’s executive editor Brittany Jasnoff in conversation with three William Raveis Real estate experts: Eric Rollo, Regina Winslow, and […]
Including theaters, museum options, and other ways to explore the city.
Things to Do in Boston Now That You’re Vaccinated and Ready to Party
Finally ready to hit the town worry-free? We’ve got you covered.
Five Brutalist Buildings to Admire That Aren’t City Hall
There are plenty of examples of the iconic architecture style in the area.
Meet the Boston Musician Who Has Performed Every Single Night of the Pandemic
Missing live concerts? The Adam Ezra Group frontman is coming up on his 365th consecutive online show, and even played during his own bout with COVID-19.
How Can I Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Home?
Skip out on the bar crowds this year for live-streamed music and heavy pours at home.
Coolidge Corner Theatre Named One of the World’s Most Beautiful Cinemas
The Brookline landmark got high marks from Time Out.
Two Immersive Van Gogh Exhibitions Are Coming to Boston
Both of the digital experiences promise the “unique” feeling of stepping into one of the painter’s famous works.
February 23, 2021. Hear from Boston Home Editor Andrea Timpano in conversation with the experts at ZeroEnergy Design, Bloom Architecture, Haycon Building, and Paul Lukez Architecture on their […]
How to Have the Best Snow Day in Boston
Regardless of your age.
Where to Go Backcountry Skiing This Winter
Explore the great outdoors, in the snow.