A new ad for the Freedom Trail is attracting an awful lot of attention this week—and not, it’s safe to assume, the kind the family-friendly […]
Any list of the city’s most iconic landmarks would have to include the Hood Milk Bottle. A beacon for the Boston Children’s Museum, which stands […]
Seven score and one year ago (that is, in 1879), a statue depicting Abraham Lincoln standing over an enslaved man was installed in downtown Boston’s […]
South Station is New England’s largest train station, but today’s riders may not realize that it used to be much bigger. In fact, when its […]
The coast of Cape Ann is dotted with impressive estates, but none quite like that of John Hays Hammond Jr., who took the adage “A […]
Every summer, Bostonians tote blankets and beach chairs to the Edward A. Hatch Memorial Shell, the open-air venue on the Esplanade that hosts free concerts, […]
This year marks the centennial of the Bauhaus, the design school founded by modernist pioneer Walter Gropius in Weimar, Germany, in 1919. But the building […]
Dorchester’s Strand Theatre turns 100—and readies for its next act.
Here’s how the father of landscape architecture strung a ribbon of lush parks through the heart of the city.
Paul Rudolph’s Erich Lindemann Mental Health Center is an architectural marvel hidden in plain sight.