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If you’ve joined the thousands of rookie golfers just getting into the sport during COVID, here’s what you need to know.
How Did Boston’s Black Nativity Production Come to Be?
Now in its 50th year, the production is the longest-running of its kind.
Learn about One of the Year’s Best Films at a Q&A with the Filmmakers
Rev up your Zoom login for a moderated discussion of the film The Outpost, and the impact of cannabis access on veterans’ lives.
57 Things to Do This Winter
Here’s how to stay sane and keep your spirits up, even when the temperature drops down.
Where to Go to Have Fun in the Snow around Boston
The temperature may have dropped, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t still plenty of ways to get some fresh air close to home.
Nine Not Terrible Things to Do for a Quarantine Thanksgiving
Months and months into quarantine, it’s time to get creative.
Seven Ways to Celebrate Thanksgiving Weekend Outdoors
Enjoy some of New England’s beautiful green spaces this November.
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 Re-Education of the MFA
Will the oldest, most prestigious museum in town write the new rules for how to succeed in Boston today?
Q&A: Candace McDuffie on 50 Rappers Who Changed the World
The Boston-based music journalist has a new book out exploring the history and influence of hip hop.
Why Are So Many Scary Movies Set in New England?
Hollywood loves to make horror films here. Why? Consider our region’s haunted history—and how well we look the part.
The Best Places to Go Pumpkin Picking Near Boston
The carving is up to you, though.
The Interview: Lawrence O’Donnell
Whether the topic is Hollywood, presidential politics, or cable news, MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell has plenty to say.
From theater to pop concerts to comedy stars, don't miss our monthly list.
Seven Fall Date Ideas to Try Out around Boston
Make a DIY movie theater, take a foliage-focused road trip, or even just send food to your new boo across town.
Follow the Leaders
COVID-19 has forced local artists to get even more creative when it comes to sharing their work. Here are five genre-spanning Instagram accounts fitting big ideas into small frames.
How To Save the Arts
If Boston is to remain the “Athens of America,” our pandemic-assailed cultural institutions need an emergency intervention.
The Must List
Your can’t-miss guide for what to do, see, and hear this fall.