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City Life

GentriWatch: A Luxury Condo Complex Opens in Allston’s Urban Renewal Battleground

Welcome to GentriWatch, where we look for signs of gentrification happening around the city. ALLSTON‘S FIRST AND ONLY full-service, luxury condominium complex opens for occupancy […]

Arts & Entertainment

South Boston’s Lawn On D Will Stay Open

This post originally appeared on Vanyaland. The Lawn On D, the open-space community park that has hosted several events since opening last summer, including Vanyaland’s […]

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 […]

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Restaurants

What to Eat From the Seaport’s Shipping Containers This Week

The shipping container smorgasbord in the Seaport is finally filling out. Triangle Coffee has been caffeinating the varied employees at the Innovation and Design Building for a […]

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 […]

City Life

South Boston’s Bonkers Obsession with Parking

Even though Boston is one of the most pedestrian-oriented big cities in America, it still has a mind-numbingly dumb obsession with parking. Take South Boston, perhaps the […]

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 […]

Home & Property

Fifty Liberty Is the Seaport’s Newest Planned Luxury Tower

Luxury towers are the name of the game in Boston’s development-heavy Seaport District, and hopes are set high on mixed-use buildings promising unparalleled views and the finest […]

Home & Property

On the Market: A Seaport Loft Perfect for Singles

Calling all single ladies.

Home & Property

Last Block of Seaport Land Sells for $359 Million

Cranes continue to rise in the Seaport, and today, the final large block of land, spanning 12.5 acres along Seaport Boulevard, Congress Street, and Summer […]

City Life

Proposed Washington Village Project In South Boston Could Help Ease City’s Housing Crunch

Recent filings with the Boston Redevelopment Authority are shedding light on the massive eight block development proposed by Boston-based developer DJ Properties LLC. The project, known as Washington […]

City Life

GentriWatch: Latest BRA Approvals Target Affordable Housing in Roxbury

Welcome to GentriWatch, where we look for signs of gentrification happening around the city. THE BOSTON REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY’S Board of Directors met Thursday night, approving […]

Arts & Entertainment

In Its Biggest Undertaking to Date, ICA Debuts ‘Black Mountain College’ Exhibition

The Institute of Contemporary Art‘s latest exhibition, “Leap Before You Look: Black Mountain College 1933-1957,” is a treasure trove for art history enthusiasts. The small, […]

Home & Property

The Design Center Hosts Boston Design Market

For two days this week, October seventh through eighth, the Seaport’s Boston Design Center is opening its doors for Boston Design Market 2015, featuring keynote events, panel discussions, […]

Arts & Entertainment

Silicon Valley Star T.J. Miller Can’t Get Enough of Boston’s Weird Art

Comedian and actor T.J. Miller was in town on Thursday for a tech event at the Seaport Boston Hotel and found some time to check out Boston’s alternative […]