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Photo Sets

Arts & Entertainment

Photos of the Month: September 2015

A PHOTOREALISTIC MURAL by French street artist JR appeared unannounced on the glass facade of 200 Clarendon, the skyscraper formerly known as the John Hancock Tower. […]

Arts & Entertainment

Photos from MixFest 2015

On Saturday, Mix 104.1 hosted MixFest, its annual free concert at the Hatch Shell, featuring six back-to-back musical acts. Unlike last year’s downpour, the weather […]

Arts & Entertainment

Photos of the Month: August 2015

BOSTON PUBLIC MARKET The long-anticipated, exclusively-New-England-sourced market is now open, with a 28,000-square-foot facility off the Rose Kennedy Greenway. Forty permanent vendors have set up shop […]

City Life

‘Ghost Bike’ Ceremony Honors Cyclist Killed in Back Bay Accident

After Anita Kurmann’s death, her mother came to Boston and tied a ribbon to a pole at the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue and Beacon Street […]

Arts & Entertainment

Photos from the Third Annual ‘Roaring Twenties Lawn Party’

For the third year in a row, more than a thousand party-goers packed the idyllic grounds of Castle Hill on the Crane Estate for a […]


A Look Inside the Boston Public Market

When the long-awaited Boston Public Market officially opens its doors on July 30, shoppers will be able to get their hands on everything from straight-from-the-farm […]

Arts & Entertainment

Boston Calling: All Access

From the Pixies to Tenacious D, we go onstage and behind the scenes at the city’s biggest musical festival.

Arts & Entertainment

Photos from the 2015 Revere Beach National Sand Sculpting Festival

Sculptors from all over the world gathered at Revere Beach over the weekend to compete in the 12th annual Revere Beach National Sand Sculpting Festival. […]


History in Photos: Angell Animal Medical Center, Then and Now

  Boston’s Angell Animal Medical Center, the animal hospital for the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (MSPCA), has something big to celebrate this […]


Welcome to the New Golden Age of the Oyster

If it feels like every buzzy new restaurant, every swanky has-been, every sports bar, every ersatz Irish pub, every once-proud neighborhood destination, and hell, even […]


Lost in the Supermarket: Chinatown

In his phenomenal new book, “New York in a Dozen Dishes,” renowned food scribe Robert Sietsema (Lucky Peach, Eater New York) delves into the history […]

Arts & Entertainment

Photos from Boston Calling Spring 2015

Last September, concert-goers huddled together inside City Hall and area restaurants as Boston Calling tweeted out the “Thunder Buddies” song from Ted after issuing a shelter-in-place […]

Arts & Entertainment

Photos from the 2015 Duckling Day Parade

On Sunday, a parade of families made their way through the Boston Common and into the Public Garden, retracing the steps taken by Mrs. Mallard […]

Arts & Entertainment

Photos from Converse Rubber Tracks Live, Night 2, with Passion Pit, Baths, and Radclyffe Hall

“This song I wrote three fucking blocks from here,” announced Passion Pit frontman Michael Angelakos during the band’s encore last night at the Sinclair in Cambridge. He […]

City Life

Boston Marathon 2015 Photos

Despite heavy rains throughout the day, large crowds gathered on Boylston Street for the city’s favorite tradition—the Boston Marathon. In the morning, Tatyana McFadden became […]