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Get Ready to See More Work by Women Artists at the MFA

What do John Singer Sargent, John Singleton Copley, and Winslow Homer have in common? All are painters, all are featured prominently in the MFA’s “Art of the Americas” […]


Ken Jennings’ Gentle and Sweet Redefinition of “Masshole”

Ken Jennings, the affable trivia aficionado who is the all-time highest earner on Jeopardy!, has a new definition for what it means to be a “Masshole,” and […]


I Spent a Year Hiking 160 Miles Through Massachusetts. Here’s What I Learned

Eastern Massachusetts is the loveliest place on earth. I can say this with 100 percent certainty, because I spent the better part of last year […]

Arts & Entertainment

A New Theater Is Officially Coming to Fenway

Fenway’s nightlife scene is getting an upgrade—a project that would build a new performing arts center on a property adjacent to Fenway Park’s right field […]

Arts & Entertainment

A New Boston Common Photo Exhibit Explores the Stories of Former Gang Members

For Mayor Marty Walsh, it was alcoholism. For Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley, it was trauma. For NFL broadcaster Andrea Kramer, sexism. Everyone knows that success doesn’t always […]

Arts & Entertainment

The Little Women Trailer Is Here

Tie on on your straw hat, fall in love with your next door neighbor, and burn your sister’s manuscript—the Little Women trailer is officially here, and it’s 2 minutes […]


Sing for Your Slumber Series at Tourists Hotel Is a Rocking Scene

In the year since its opening, the Berkshire hotel Tourists has quickly characterized itself as a gathering spot for musicians and other northeastern creatives. The reputation comes […]


How to Make the Most of Cape Cod’s Booming Craft Beverage Scene

Cape Cod may be best known for its breathtaking beaches, but a thriving craft beverage scene has rapidly become the preferred way to cool down […]


New Hotels for Getaways by the Ocean, in the Country, and in Beacon Hill

Let’s all decide to ignore our chores for yet another weekend and book a last minute getaway! It certainly feels like everyone else is on vacation […]

Home & Property

Here’s a First Look inside the Langham Hotel, Set to Re-Open in 2020

If you’ve taken a stroll around the Financial District this summer, you may have noticed that the doors to the historical Langham are closed. The […]

Arts & Entertainment

Vanessa Platacis Is Spray Painting the Peabody Essex Museum for Taking Place

As an emerging street artist,Vanessa Platacis used to wander the streets of Boston at night, adorning both public and private walls with stenciled and spray painted […]

Arts & Entertainment

The Boston Book Festival Has Announced Its One City One Story Selection

While we may still be enjoying the dog days of summer, October’s annual Boston Book Festival isn’t too far off in the distance. As such, […]

Arts & Entertainment

Seven Can’t-Miss Events in Boston, August 2019

Theater The Purists Ever wonder what would happen if you combined the rhyme-spitting delivery of Hamilton with the slay-all-day camaraderie of Pose? Then we have […]


The New Four Seasons Is Offering Discounted Rooms Until September

Here’s your chance to stay inside the giant glass tower that resembles a Trivial Pursuit pie piece and has been taking over the city’s skyline for the […]


Our Day Trip Guide to Duxbury

We all need a break from city life sometimes, if even just for a few hours. Our day trip guides highlight all of the gems within a […]