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Gyms in the state were given the green light to reopen on July 6. But for some, the reopening guidelines are anything but hopeful.
17 Dance Parties, Protests, Poetry Readings and More to Mark Juneteenth in Boston
Tune into a Zoom webinar or take to the streets.
Take a Glimpse into Beacon Hill’s Newly Renovated, Century-Old Synagogue
The Vilna Shul was about to open its doors—until COVID-19 stalled its grand re-opening.
On the Market: A Dashing Milton Single-Family
Check out the spa-like bath inspired by Moroccan design.
This Couple’s Micro Wedding at Del Frisco’s in the Seaport Had Maximum Style
The ultra-romantic restaurant celebration featured just 20 guests.
Ready to Get Out?
Sunscreen? Check. Bug spray? Check. Mask and hand sanitizer? (Sigh.) Check. Now all you have to do is go.
The 20 Coolest New Restaurant Patios in Boston in 2020
A rooftop lounge with skyline views, relaxed new beer gardens, and more exciting outdoor-dining spaces for the summer of social distancing.
How to Help Children Cope with Depression and Anxiety Right Now
School may be out for summer, but it could be anything but relaxing.
On the Market: A Delectable Victorian Condo in Dorchester
Tend to its organic veggie garden and dine out on the shared deck.
Coping With the Crisis
Still feeling all the feels several months into this pandemic? You don’t have to go it alone.
How to Experience a Cape Cod Summer in One Day Trip
You don’t have to check into a weekly rental to enjoy everything the Cape has to offer.
Spend a Day Hiking, Picnicking, and Stargazing on a Central Massachusetts Day Trip
Venturing beyond 128 has its rewards—namely, mountain-climbing, stargazing, and one very satisfying chili dog.
Newsmakers, profiles, history, and more.
Explore Quirky Landmarks and Trails Full of Wildlife on a Lincoln and Concord Day Trip
Urban sprawl hasn’t compromised Lincoln’s still-rural character or Concord’s colonial charm, which remains centuries after Paul Revere set out for the town on his famous midnight ride.
Find Stunning Waterfalls and Magical Gardens on a Berkshires Day Trip
You may not be rolling out the picnic blanket at Tanglewood this summer, but there are still plenty of reasons to head west on the Pike for the day.
Experience a Classic New England Day on this South Shore Day Trip
Need an excuse to road-trip down to the famous Island Creek Oysters farm for a few shuckable delights?
Explore Seaside Trails and Outdoor Art on a South Coast Day Trip
The South Shore and the Cape might hog the summertime spotlight, but the cities and towns surrounding Buzzards Bay shouldn’t be overlooked.