Summer 2020

Wellness

Five Campgrounds Now Accepting Reservations in Massachusetts

Never has camping seemed more enticing. After nearly four months stuck inside our homes, even the least adventurous of us all want a change in […]

Wellness

Explore the City with These Six Bike Trips around Boston

Spontaneous day trips are good for the soul—whether you’re driving a car, on a boat, or pedaling a bike. And never have day trips been […]

Wellness

Seven Outdoor Exercises You Can Do on an Athletic Field

After working out in our bedrooms, basements, and living rooms for the past three months, a change of scenery is more than welcome. While gyms […]

City Life

Something New to Worry About: Really Big Jellyfish Have Been Spotted at Mass. Beaches

Thinking you’ll take advantage of the summery temps this weekend and head to the beach? Sounds relaxing! Just remember, as you dodge the crowds, seek […]

Arts & Entertainment

What Aspects of a Normal New England Summer Will You Miss the Most?

Welcome to “One Last Question,” a series where research editor Matthew Reed Baker tackles your most Bostonian conundrums. Have a question? Email him at onelastquestion@bostonmagazine.com. Question: […]

City Life

How Do We Solve the Fireworks Problem?

In a press conference Wednesday, Mayor Marty Walsh revealed a staggering statistic: There’s been a 2,300 percent increase in the number of complaints to Boston […]

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Arts & Entertainment

Beaches, Boats, and More: All the Rules You Need to Know as Summer Gets Underway

We all feel cooped up by the end of the long, cold, wet, miserable (but still lovable) Massachusetts winter. But in the age of the […]

Wellness

What You Need to Know about Outdoor Recreational Activity This Summer

Let’s go ahead and get this out of the way: We’re all going to have the world’s weirdest tan lines this summer. After months in […]