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The Naked Bike Ride Is On June 29

Wearing helmets while riding bikes has been an important topic of discussion for both residents and elected officials over the last few months. But cycling […]

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Post-‘Boston Calling,’ the City Still Stands

I checked the papers: the city is still here. We had a rock show on City Hall Plaza—a two day rock show!—and there was no […]

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Culture Calendar: Five Must-See Arts and Entertainment Events in June

Five must-see arts and entertainment events this month.

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Boston Calling Coming Back to City Hall in September

As the inaugural Boston Calling concert on City Hall Plaza came to a close on Sunday, winding down a successful two days worth of crowd-surfing […]

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The More Doritos Locos Tacos You Eat, the More Money Goes to the ‘One Fund’

Taco Bell’s newest signature products are going to put some serious money toward Boston’s fundraising efforts. All day on May 29, proceeds from the sales of […]

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33,000 Flags Planted on Boston Common for Memorial Day

A garden of 33,000 flags was planted by city officials and members of the Massachusetts Military Heroes Fund this week, and will cover part of […]

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Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

Festival Boston Calling No big deal, this is just Boston’s first big music festival since ever. The announcement of the two-day extravaganza a few months […]

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Mayor Menino Will Lead 2013 Boston Gay Pride Parade as Grand Marshal

With all that he has done to support the gay community, it’s no surprise that the public picked Mayor Tom Menino to lead the upcoming […]

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Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend, Maddie on Things Edition

Plenty of fun things might lure you out of the house this weekend, including PorchFest in Somerville and the conclusions of the Together Festival and […]

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Sisters Of Bombing Victims Walk Marathon Route on One-Month Anniversary of Attack

Friends and family of two brothers that each lost one of their legs in the Boston Marathon bombings walked from the starting line in Hopkinton […]

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‘Bike Parties’ Are Rolling Out in Boston

Boston area cyclists are trying to mirror what riders are doing in Washington, D.C., by introducing a monthly get-together that requires touring the streets of […]

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Ten Ways to Celebrate Mother’s Day in Boston

Duckling Day Parade  For mothers with younger kids, Boston Common is the perfect place to spend Mother’s Day. In celebration of the Make Way for Ducklings book, […]

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Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

Dance Party Party on the Harbor The ICA’s biggest night of the year comprises three parts. At 6:30 p.m., a cocktail party with performances kicks […]

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Together Festival: When Music, Arts Collide for One Week

An eight-day festival is coming to the Boston area next week, incorporating dozens of local museums and venues, and bringing together a seemingly endless list […]

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Free Things to Do in Boston, May

Spring has sprung, and the weather is finally here to prove it. As summer is on its way, Boston has plenty of events to get […]