48 unforgettable activities to do this season, from spectacular adventures (hot-air ballooning, skydiving) to simpler pleasures (sunrise canoeing, ceramics).
They fight against charter schools, MCAS testing, and state oversight while seeking more taxpayer money than ever before. Meanwhile, public school students’ reading and math scores are worse than they have been in 20 years. Just a coincidence?
We crunched the numbers to come up with our annual guide to the top-performing schools in the region. How does your child’s school stack up?
From Johnny Appleseed to East Boston’s Downeast Cider guys to Matt Damon’s famous line in Good Will Hunting, here’s everything you need to know (and probably a whole lot more) about our region’s most quintessentially autumn fruit.
Once nearly extinct, the birds today are everywhere, strutting around town like they run the place—and not just on Thanksgiving. It’s time to talk…well, you know.
The head of local cybersecurity firm Rapid7 talks espionage, the corrosiveness of TikTok, and the failed promise of Back to the Future: “I still want my hoverboard.”
It sure is going to try. And in the meantime, this institution on the rise is making an impact on the national stage.
How did a native New Englander who writes anthemic pop-folk songs about small towns, his parents, and dogs become mainstream music’s Next Big Thing? TikTok, talent, and lots of honest therapy.
The Providence-based artist elevates luxury goods into gallery couture.
This season, you don’t have to go far to find a thoughtful present for everyone on your list. From cocktail shakers to quirky throw pillows, we have the goods.
Dispatches from the premiere of Ben Mezrich’s GameStop-Reddit movie, the Camp Harbor View Beach Ball and more.
Dispatches from the city’s swankiest events: ParkArts’ Rose Garden Party, our very own Best of Boston awards party and Room to Grow’s Power of Play: The Magic of Reading.
With several new additions to an already full slate of boutiques, the Back Bay has quickly become the epicenter of Boston’s burgeoning watch scene.
You have to hear it to understand.
After decades in the South Shore Plaza, the 145-year-old local luxury chain expands into a jaw-dropping, 11,000-square-foot Braintree emporium.
The city’s fashion experts dish on the autumn season’s hottest looks.
It’s amazing what a few miles can do to the market. This month, we compare two homes with custom libraries—one in the city, and one near Route 9.
For one nursing professor in Woburn, the solution was striped wallpaper, glamorous accents, and help from designer Robin Gannon.
For TV personality Tanya McQueen’s Nantucket home, the solution was improved lighting and rustic flourishes.
It’s amazing what a few miles can to the market. This month, we compare a historical mansard in Boston with an elaborate beach house in Bristol.
This convivial restaurant, music venue, and bar is a symbol of a shiny new Boston waterfront that’s welcoming to all.
The Museum of Fine Arts presents a fashion show as seen through the brushwork of a 19th-century great.
Four exuberantly thoughtful productions open this autumn, courtesy of artistic director Loretta Greco.
It’s time for a fresh slate of music, theater, and museum exhibitions.