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Here are the sweetest and spookiest ways to spend October in the city, plus Halloween events, traditions, tips, and more.
Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend
Janelle Monáe, and more.
Boston Ballet Dancers Brought Degas Paintings to Life
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the video.
Cardi B, Anthony Scaramucci Are Coming to Boston for the Forbes 30 Under 30 Summit
The lineup was announced today.
Tonight’s Best of Boston Party Will Be Postponed Due to Severe Weather
We’ll be back Wednesday night.
Seven Beach Reads by (and for) New Englanders
From history to romance and everything in between.
Somerville ArtBeat, and more.
Including theaters, museum options, and other ways to explore the city.
You might have tried a barre class or two, but that’s nothing compared to this intense workout.
Presented by Xtend Barre
The Roslindale Substation Is Transforming Into an Art Space
Calling all artists (or art enthusiasts).
Another Amtrak Flash Sale Offers Cheap Tickets to New York
Discounted trips around the northeast are for sale through Friday.
The Emerson Colonial Theatre Is Reopening Just in Time for Moulin Rouge
A multi-year update comes together for a new pre-Broadway run.
The Interview: Jill Medvedow
The ICA director made her name by bringing the weird, wild world of contemporary art to the masses. But is a new gallery in East Boston her most radical vision yet?
Step into 18th Century Europe at the MFA This Summer
"Casanova’s Europe" is a journey through the sights, sounds, and customs of the 1700s.
If you want to throw the best holiday bash this year, let someone else do the work.
Presented by Kings
Including Aladdin the musical, and more.
A New ICA Exhibit Gives the Spotlight to Overlooked Black Female Artists
The exhibit reexamines second wave feminism and the black arts movement.
18 Free Things to Do This Month
The Lawn on D’s Summer Block Party, and more.
The MFA Is Opening a Dreamy (and Rarely Shown) French Pastels Exhibit
"Treasures from the Vault" offers the chance to see delicate works by Monet, Degas, Millet, and more.