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Massachusetts’ Best Haunted Houses and Theme Park Takeovers for Halloween

There’s nothing wrong with a homemade haunted house, but if you’re looking for a really good scare, look no further than these haunted attractions in […]

Arts & Entertainment

This Haunted Ship in Quincy Is the Stuff of Nightmares

A haunted ship riddled with ghosts is docked in Quincy Harbor, and starting in September, it will be open for visitors to experience its terrors. […]

Arts & Entertainment

Boston Hosts Its First-Ever Red Bull Flugtag Competition

Teams of daring souls took flight today over the Charles River for the first-ever Red Bull Flugtag competition in Boston. Here are some highlights: For […]

City Life

The Guide: Clam Digging in Massachusetts

Where to go, what to know, and more.

Arts & Entertainment

An MIT Flugtag Team Is Launching Bananas into Flight

A team of MIT engineers swoops into Red Bull’s Flugtag competition.


Four Public Pools in Boston to Check Out This Summer

Dive in.

City Life

Boston 2024 and the Rio Olympics, By the Numbers

A Hub-centric look.

City Life

The Clintons Were Here. So Were the Obamas.

The secret history of presidential vacations on Martha’s Vineyard.

Arts & Entertainment

As Quidditch Gets Serious, Boston’s Team Leads the Way

Update, August 22, 10 a.m.: The Night Riders won the second annual Major League Quidditch championship. If Boston is known for doing one thing, it’s […]

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City Life

The (Fictional) Fable of Garoppolooza

Last week, it finally happened: A year and a half after the game in question, Tom Brady will accept his Deflategate suspension. The GOAT will plant his 38-year-old, […]

Arts & Entertainment

The Best Locations in Boston to Play Pokémon Go

If you feel like you’ve seen (even more) people’s eyes glued to their phones this past week, don’t worry—you’re not going crazy. Released July 6, Pokémon […]

City Life

The Guide: Grilling in Boston’s Public Parks

Stuck in a high-rise with no backyard in which to host your summer barbecue? No problem. Just take your party to one of the area’s public grilling spaces.

Arts & Entertainment

Arrr You Ready for Cape Cod’s New Pirate Museum?

Meet the seafaring adventurer behind Cape Cod’s new pirate museum.

Arts & Entertainment

Best Beaches in Massachusetts – 100 Awesome Beaches in Boston and Beyond

By Lisa Weidenfeld, Madeline Bilis, Catherine Cray, Gabrielle DiBenedetto, and Alex Erdekian There’s no doubt about it: Massachusetts has some of the best beach options […]

City Life

In Defense of Revere Beach

Listen, I get it. Some beaches are low-hanging fruit. I grew up in New Jersey, and long before MTV loosed a pack of greasy-haired hominids upon Seaside Heights, […]