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Photo Sets


12 Top New England Diners

Twelve top spots, from Buddy’s to the Breakfast Club.


Early Birds at the Busy Bee Diner

Come for the hubcap-size pancakes, stay for the tight-knit community that orbits around each spinner stool.


How Boston Stays Fit

Get to know five locals who have found more profound ways to sweat it out.

Arts & Entertainment

Neighborhood Public Art: Boston Common and Public Garden

The Boston Common and the Public Garden bustle with activity during any season. But when the sun sets and the visitors head home, there’s a […]

Arts & Entertainment

Neighborhood Public Art: Roxbury

Roxbury is home to many murals, sculptures, and statues, all rooted in cultural and political backgrounds that speak to the diversity of the community. No matter […]

Arts & Entertainment

Neighborhood Public Art: South End

Public art in the South End has a backbone of historical significance. From honoring Puerto Rican roots to celebrating the strength of women like Harriet […]

Arts & Entertainment

Neighborhood Public Art: Allston

A brick wall is Gregg Bernstein’s canvas of choice, and alongside the Mayor’s Mural Crew, he’s created a masterpiece out of Allston. In an effort […]

City Life

Why We’re Standing with Paris

Hundreds of people gathered on Boston Common on Sunday afternoon to stand in solidarity with the victims of this weekend’s terrorist attacks in France, which have […]

Arts & Entertainment

Neighborhood Public Art: Fenway

The Fenway neighborhood not only has a wealth of culture—from the Museum of Fine Arts to the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum to the Back Bay Fens […]

Arts & Entertainment

Photos of the Month: October 2015

BOSTON BALLET offered a sneak peek of their 52nd season opener, Third Symphony of Gustav Mahler: A Ballet by John Neumeier, under Janet Echelman’s aerial sculpture on the […]

Arts & Entertainment

Photos from the 2015 Canine Promenade

On Sunday afternoon, costumed pups and their owners took over a half-mile stretch of the Esplanade for the fifth annual Canine Promenade. Every year, proceeds […]

Arts & Entertainment

Neighborhood Public Art: Jamaica Plain

Jamaica Plain is known for its color—both metaphorically and literally. From its independent shops and diverse population to the countless murals adorning the sides of […]

Arts & Entertainment

Photos from the Head of the Charles 2015

Despite cool temperatures and high winds, thousands of spectators lined the riverbanks this weekend to watch the 51st Head of the Charles Regatta. This year, […]

Arts & Entertainment

What It’s Like to Be an Artist-in-Residence at the Gardner Museum

The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum’s artist-in-residence program, founded by director Anne Hawley in 1992 as a way of continuing its namesake’s tradition of supporting contemporary artists, comes […]

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Arts & Entertainment

We Tried It: Boda Borg

Malden’s live-action reality gaming center is calling all prospective questers. Boda Borg opens to the public on Saturday, October 3, marking the debut of the […]