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Bless whoever invented the giant inflatable projector screen. How else would we be able to gather hundreds of people onto one grassy patch to laugh at […]
Lawn on D was a cute experiment. It really was. Let’s get a patch of grass, someone said, and make it “hip” with glow-in-the-dark swings, and […]
Summer entertainment season is upon us, and you know the Museum of Fine Arts Boston has more than a few fun activities planned. Most notably, […]
Thinking of bringing Mom flowers this Mother’s Day? Why not bring her to the flowers? Harvard’s Arnold Arboretum will host its 108th annual Lilac Sunday […]
South End Open Market The South End Open Market returns for its 13th year this month and will run through October. Get your Sunday stroll on […]
The Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular might be the star of the Hatch Shell come the Fourth of July, but it’s the Boston Landmarks Orchestra that performs […]
Food, music, an unbeatable view. Sure, the ICA requires a trek across the channel, but make it there on a warm summer night and you’ll […]
Live music, dancing, family fun. Summer in Somerville sounds pretty sweet. Specifically, the aforementioned activities are all on deck at Assembly Row, where summer activities will range […]
Annual Earth Day Charles River Cleanup Earth Day is this month, so show your appreciation for Mother Nature at the Annual Earth Day Charles River […]
Easter Egg Hunt at Faneuil Hall For kids and families, celebrate spring with an Easter Egg Hunt at Faneuil Hall. Ed Hurley, Marketing Director of Faneuil […]
8th Annual ‘Some Like it Hot’ Chili Cookoff If chili is your go-to winter comfort food, you’re in luck. As part of Harvard Square’s Winter […]
On Sunday, January 10, a swarm of pantsless commuters will take over the MBTA. Should you inquire about their exposed thighs, they’ll tell you that […]
Including Open House at the MFA, Chocolate Festival in Harvard Square, and a Hackathon for coder at heart.
With 2016 fast approaching, it’s time to start planning those New Year’s resolutions. For folks looking to commit to any variation of getting fit or leaving […]
Between all the tree lightings, the Holiday Pops, and so many versions of The Nutcracker, there’s no shortage of annual holiday traditions around Boston. But there’s always […]