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What Aspects of a Normal New England Summer Will You Miss the Most?

Welcome to “One Last Question,” a series where research editor Matthew Reed Baker tackles your most Bostonian conundrums. Have a question? Email him at onelastquestion@bostonmagazine.com. Question: […]

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John Krasinski Just Surprised Beth Israel Staffers with Free Red Sox Tickets for Life

As this period of toilet paper rationing, face-masked grocery store visits, and elevated levels of both boredom and terror stretches on, it feels really, really […]

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How to Hang Out with Your Friends from Afar: 13 Fun Video Chat Parties to Try

We can’t go to the movies or the mall and our friends are all stowed away in their own homes, but for some of us, […]

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It’s Reigning Queens as Drag Thrives in Boston

It’s a Thursday night at the Museum of Science’s planetarium, and about 200 visitors are sitting, mouths agape, in their reclined chairs. Yes, there are […]

City Life

Who Is Boston Supposed to Be Fun for, Anyway?

We said it when Bostonians were finally allowed to drink mimosas at brunch in 2014 (tasty, but hardly a revolution). We said it when Boston […]

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Your Guide to the Most Romantic Valentine’s Day in Boston

One-of-a-Kind Dates For daredevils Go indoor skydiving Adventurous lovebirds can take their relationship to new heights (literally) while “flying” and flipping inside a vertical wind […]

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How Does Quincy Market Put on the “Blink” Light Show?

Welcome to “One Last Question,” a series where research editor Matthew Reed Baker tackles your most Bostonian conundrums. Have a question? Email him at onelastquestion@bostonmagazine.com. Question: […]

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A Guide to Shopping Mall Santa Clauses, by the Numbers

54 Average days in a mall Santa’s working season (November 1–December 24). 5 Years it feels like were shaved off your life while you waited […]

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Attention, Questers: Boda Borg Boston Is about to Get a Whole Lot Bigger

Get ready, Questers: Boda Borg Boston, Malden’s popular “reality gaming experience,” is expanding in a big way in 2020. The teambuilding hotspot has announced that […]

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This Winter, You’ll Be Able to Ice Skate in the Fenway

While we might be staring down our first snowfall prediction of the season, here’s something that’ll help you look forward to falling temps—a brand new […]

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18 Ways to Get the Most out of College Town USA

Extracurriculars for All You don’t need a student ID to take advantage of these campus amenities. By Angela Athena Mats Planetarium Framingham State University On […]

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Nine Haunted Hayrides in New England

We’ve already started dipping our toes into fall with pumpkin-spiced drinks and light jackets, but it’s about time to start thinking about Halloween. There are Halloween […]

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Will the “Dr. Seuss Experience” Be Boston’s Greatest Insta Background Ever?

Put your wocket in your pocket and some socks on your fox: The whimsical world of Dr. Seuss is coming to life through a 15,000 […]

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Happy Place, the Immersive Instagram Sensation, Is Coming to Boston in April

Update May 15, 2019: Happy Place has just announced it’s adding four weeks to its run on Boylston Street, and now plans to remain open through […]

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Ghost Ship Harbor Docks in Quincy for Halloween Again

Ghost Ship Harbor, a simulated spooky experience on the USS Salem, promises to be yet another chilling, scary experience for those who dare to board […]