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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 […]

Home & Property

The Envoy Hotel Brings High Design to the Seaport

The retro-chic Verb Hotel and stately Eliot Hotel, among others, top the list of design-centric places to call home while visiting Boston. Now joining the group, The Envoy Hotel is fully […]

Home & Property

On the Market: A Jewel Box Home in South Boston

17 Swallow Street Price: $459,000 Size: 893 Bedrooms: 1 Baths: 1 If your dream is to own a city small space without the hassles of condo fees, this single-family South Boston home […]

City Life

GentriWatch: Thanks to Luxury Condos, Small Business Could ‘Meat’ Its Demise

Welcome to GentriWatch, where we look for signs of gentrification happening around the city.   AFTER JUST FIVE YEARS in business, Australian meat pie peddler […]

City Life

These Three Recently Approved Seaport Towers Don’t Suck

The designs for three 22-story residential buildings that comprise a $700 milllion chunk of the 22 acre, 6.3 million square foot Seaport Square development were approved […]

Arts & Entertainment

The ICA Is Launching a New Weekly Friday Event Series

First Fridays, the ICA’s popular after-hours parties, only come around once a month, but now, the museum is launching a new program to fill remaining […]

Restaurants

Shake Shack Is Coming to the Seaport

Shake Shack will open a new Boston-area outpost in 2017, located inside the retail space within the Watermark Seaport, a mixed-use development rising in the Seaport District. […]

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

PorchfestFEST Is Coming to Lawn on D

Following the success of their second annual Jamaica Plain Porchfest held last month, organizers are bringing a smaller, less traditional version of the event to […]

Arts & Entertainment

Follow Friday: The Lawn on D

The Lawn on D has been keeping busy with plenty of events this summer, from hosting the Pentalum in May to Intrude earlier this month. […]

Arts & Entertainment

Watch an Artist Draw a Monumental Mural at the ICA Using Only Sharpies

Ethan Murrow recently spent two weeks drawing a massive mural inside the Institute of Contemporary Art. Bit by bit, he created a photorealistic image—depicting a cathedral […]

City Life

How the DCR Signed Over Castle Island to Boston 2024 with a Rubber Stamp

Castle Island is an under-appreciated South Boston treasure. There’s a good chance it inspired Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Cask of Amontillado.” It’s home to long-dormant […]

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 […]