Pimploy Phongsirivech

Pimploy Phongsirivech, Editorial Intern at Boston Magazine

Pimploy Phongsirivech studies writing, literature, and publishing at Emerson College. She has written for Interview magazine and is editor-in-chief of Emerson's on-campus publication Your Mag. Between school and work, she spends much of her time worrying about the wellbeing of her houseplants.

Arts & Entertainment

Eight Free Things to Do This Month

Including a day of free ice skating, two screenings, and a Santa Speedo run.

Arts & Entertainment

Watch a True Colors Documentary at the BPL

From a youth group championed by Michelle Obama.

Arts & Entertainment

Inside MIT’s Hacking Arts Festival

Augmented reality, robots, and synthetic biology.

Arts & Entertainment

This App Keeps You in the Know About Events in Boston

’Less couch, more culture.’

Arts & Entertainment

Comedian Hari Kondabolu Talks About the Election

’It’s been brutal.’

Restaurants

Where to Order Thanksgiving Dinner Takeout

Feast at home without the hassle.

Arts & Entertainment

Watch 80 One-Minute Plays at the Museum of Fine Arts

90 playwrights, one message: Black lives matter.

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Restaurants

30+ Restaurants Open for Thanksgiving Dinner

Reserve now, thank us later.

Arts & Entertainment

See Transformable Structures at Le Laboratoire Cambridge

By the man who invented your favorite ’90s toy.

Wellness

Olympian Gevvie Stone Is Queen of the Balancing Act

She’s an elite rower and a doctor.

Arts & Entertainment

Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

See 70 Olympians in the Head of the Charles Regatta.

Arts & Entertainment

Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

Learn Bill Simmons’ latest opinions on Deflategate.

Arts & Entertainment

Annie-B Parson’s Coming to the ICA

She’s worked with Bowie, Byrne, and more.

Arts & Entertainment

Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

Joan Baez singing, Anthony Bourdain talking, and more.

Arts & Entertainment

William Merritt Chase Retrospective Opens at the MFA

It’s the first Boston exhibition of his work since 1886.