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Giant Illuminated Rabbits Are Coming to ‘Intrude’ the Lawn on D

This weekend, hop over to the Lawn on D for its next public art installation, Intrude, featuring five white inflatable rabbits. Starting on Thursday, these […]

City Life

Seaport’s 100 Pier 4 Could Soon Be Home to a New Arts Destination

Three finalists seeking occupy a new civic and cultural space in the South Boston waterfront will hold public presentations next week. The finalists—Celebrity Series of […]

City Life

City Purchases Two Snowblowers as South Boston Snow Pile Refuses to Melt

Winter’s over, but the nasty mountain of snow and garbage piled high on Tide Street in South Boston is still standing, serving as a reminder to […]

Arts & Entertainment

Watch a Red Sox Game Outside at The Lawn on D’s ‘Sports Sundays’

Update, June 27, 11 a.m.: This event has been canceled due to rain. The Lawn on D is a great place—you know, if you’re into […]

Arts & Entertainment

Summer 2015 Events at Lawn on D

The Pentalum at Lawn on D has come and gone in all its incredibly cool displays of color, but at the Lawn, the fun summer […]

Arts & Entertainment

Summer 2015 Events at the ICA Boston

A state-of-the-art building paired with a spectacular waterfront view, the Institute of Contemporary Art is as compelling as it gets. This season, visitors can appreciate […]

Arts & Entertainment

Peek Inside the Pentalum, a Massive Inflatable Maze at Lawn on D

This weekend at the Lawn on D, a massive inflatable maze-like structure beckons visitors to get lost inside its tunnels, domes, and trippy displays of color. […]

Arts & Entertainment

Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, Passion Pit to Headline First Ticketed Concerts at Lawn on D

Lawn on D, the experimental, multipurpose venue that opened in South Boston last August, will offer ticketed concerts for the first time starting this summer. […]

Restaurants

Everything You Need to Know About Southie’s Coppersmith

When David Chang brazenly deemed The Cheesecake Factory to be one of the most influential restaurant in America, foodies and pundits everywhere laughed. Obviously, this was just another […]

Arts & Entertainment

Follow Friday: The ICA

A photo posted by ICA/Boston (@icaboston) on Jan 23, 2015 at 8:50am PST Follow Friday, at a Glance Connect with the ICA on Social Media: […]

City Life

Whitey Bulger’s Southie of Black Mass Is Gone

The first trailer for Black Mass debuted last week, complete with Johnny Depp sporting eerie blue contacts, a lengthy discussion about steak marinade, and a caterpillar sitting atop […]

City Life

Seasonal Stupidity Surrounding the Southie St. Patrick’s Day Parade Continues

We are now into spring, and yet the seasonal stupidity surrounding the South Boston St. Patrick’s Day Parade has not ended. Rather, over the weekend […]

City Life

Southie Parade Organizer Tries Very Hard to Undermine All That LGBT Progress

In a bizarre postscript to this year’s St. Patrick’s Day parade, which included for the first time two groups that identified as LGBT-affiliated, Allied War Veterans […]

City Life

20 Jokes to Expect at the St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast in South Boston

So much snow! The MBTA doesn’t work (includes “Charlie on the MTA” jokes). Marty wants to take away Southie’s space savers. The Olympics in Boston […]

Arts & Entertainment

ICA Launches Book Club Linking Art and Literature

Art and books have long since been partners in the storytelling business. Now the ICA in Boston is making the connections a central focus with their […]