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

Festival Boston Art & Music Soul Festival Come put the “soul” into solstice this month: On June 22, the Boston Art & Music Soul Festival […]

Travel

Would You Spend $35,000 to Watch the Red Sox Play in London?

This summer, British football fans will finally be able to determine if they’re more or less obnoxious than American baseball fans when the Red Sox […]

Travel

Boston Traveler: Block Island, Rhode Island

GETTING THERE It’s about an hour-and-a-half drive to the Point Judith ferry terminal in Narragansett, Rhode Island, and then another hour aboard the Block Island […]

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Home & Property

10 Airbnbs to Rent for Provincetown Pride

As June approaches, it means one thing for Boston’s LGBTQ+ community: Pride Month. This year marks an especially meaningful anniversary, with the Stonewall Riots having taken […]

Arts & Entertainment

Your Guide to All the Local Talent at Boston Calling 2019

Interested in checking out some local talent at Boston Calling this year? You’ve got plenty of options. A smattering of hometown heroes will once again take the stage […]

Travel

Four Island Escapes One Direct Flight Away from Boston

Another day, another dreary forecast. If you need to see the sun now, but don’t want to use vacation days flying to a far-flung destination, […]

Arts & Entertainment

An Alternative to Boston Calling Is Brewing in Dorchester: “Boston Answering”

Last year, when Boston hip hop artists Cousin Stizz and STL GLD were on the lineup, Dorchester’s Cliff Notez was thrilled to show up and support his friends at […]

Home & Property

Travel Guide: Take a Trip to Sunny and Sophisticated Los Angeles, California

EAT Sunny Side Up At the serene café counter Konbi, the picture-perfect egg-salad sando is a heavenly start to a day in the City of […]

Arts & Entertainment

Five Concert Venues in Boston for Music Lovers of All Kinds

For the early bird Royale If 11 p.m. is typically when you tuck in, not head out, don’t fret: Shows begin at 8 and even […]

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News

“Make Way for Ducklings” Artist Unveils New Sculpture

There’s a turtle in Beacon Hill—but don’t worry, she’s good with kids. Myrtle the Turtle, a four-foot-long bronze replica of a Kemp’s Ridley turtle, was unveiled […]

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Travel

Peek Inside Sandy Pines’ New Airstream Glamping Trailer

One sign that summertime is actually on the way? Opening weekend at Sandy Pines, Kennebunkport’s glamping resort, kicks off today. Like last year, when the […]

Arts & Entertainment

Bethany Van Delft Is No Joke

There is a massive difference between being a standup comedian and being funny. I took a standup comedy class at the Boston Center for Adult […]

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Arts & Entertainment

MassArt Is Opening a New Contemporary Art Museum

A brand new, totally free contemporary art museum is coming to Boston in early 2020, courtesy of MassArt. The Massachusetts College of Art and Design, […]

Arts & Entertainment

The Boston Calling 2019 Set Times Are Here

CHVRCHES or Greta Van Fleet? Hozier or ODESZA? Logic or Brandi Carlile? If you’re heading to Boston Calling 2019, those are some of the choices you’ll […]

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News

Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen Matched at the Met Gala

Boston’s favorite power couple took on New York Monday night at the 2019 Met Gala. They graced the event in subtle color-coordinated red carpet looks, […]