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Early Details on General Electric’s ‘GE Plaza’ at Fort Point HQ Emerge

General Electric really wants “GE Plaza” to be a thing. All throughout company’s first presentation to the Boston Civic Design Commission this week, architect Doug Gensler spoke […]

City Life

Fort Point Wants You to Design Its Next Floating Artwork

Hoping to follow up a series of greatest hits among Boston’s ongoing string of popular public art installations, an arts group has opened the invitation […]

Home & Property

The Watermark Seaport Is a Mark of Distinction

It’s the Seaport’s latest ultra-luxe lair.

City Life

GE’s New Fort Point Headquarters Could Be Rent-Free for Up to 20 Years

General Electric announced Thursday it was under agreement with Proctor & Gamble to purchase a 2.5-acre, waterfront piece of property in Fort Point for its new global headquarters […]

City Life

Historic Northern Avenue Bridge Coming Down

The decrepit but historic Northern Avenue Bridge that crosses the Fort Point Channel is coming down. The Boston Globe reported on Friday that demolition of […]

Arts & Entertainment

Boston Children’s Museum Announces Artist-in-Residence Program

In an effort to create a direct relationship between local contemporary artists and its young visitors and families, the Boston Children’s Museum has announced the […]

Arts & Entertainment

New Park on Children’s Wharf Will Honor Martin Richard

A patch of land on the waterfront, next to the Boston Children’s Museum, will soon transform into a park that will honor Martin Richard, the […]

Arts & Entertainment

New Charlie Brown Christmas Stamps to Be Unveiled at Boston Children’s Museum

On December 9, 1965, CBS first aired the holiday classic A Charlie Brown Christmas, featuring the Peanuts gang, a jazzy soundtrack, and a reminder of the true origins of […]

Arts & Entertainment

Boston Ballet’s Nutcracker Is Taking Over Boston Children’s Museum for a Day

Boston Public Schools are closed tomorrow in observance of Veterans’ Day, and Boston Children’s Museum is offering a fun way for kids to spend their […]

Arts & Entertainment

Boston Children’s Museum Receives International Lifetime Achievement Award

For more than 100 years, Boston Children’s Museum has been engaging the city’s youngest minds and encouraging learning by hosting a wide range of hands-on […]

Arts & Entertainment

Multicolored Sheep Will Soon Float in the Fort Point Channel

After fielding proposals for two months, the Fort Point Arts Community has selected local artist Hilary Zelson to create the next temporary floating sculpture to […]

Arts & Entertainment

Kinetic Sculptures and Artists Perform Together in Fort Point Theatre Channel’s Inter-Actions

In Fort Point Theatre Channel’s latest performance art installation, a group of musicians, actors, poets, and other artists will collaborate with—and sometimes contend with—a group […]

City Life

Here’s What We Learned from the Boston Redevelopment Authority’s Emails with Boston 2024

Boston’s 2024 Olympics bid has pledged to have a transparent process, but it’s taken a series of public-records requests by concerned citizens and media outlets to […]

City Life

Public Art Installation Pokes Fun at Fort Point Neighborhood

A photo posted by Pat Falco (@pat_falco) on Nov 11, 2014 at 8:18am PST What some people thought was a contentious sign placed by an […]

Arts & Entertainment

A Giant Pyramid Will Soon Be Floating in Fort Point Channel

Fort Point is getting a new structure, but it won’t be home to luxury condos. The Fort Point Arts Community announced Monday that designer Don […]