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From electronics, upscale fashion and jewelry, to specialty foods, local souvenirs and artistry, Boston-area shopping malls aren’t exactly your typical suburban variety. Here’s a glimpse at six of the best.
Here are some things to keep in mind about the Massachusetts tax-free weekend.
From The Children's Museum to the Franklin Park Zoo, Boston offers a wide array of attractions that will compel both kids and parents. The fact that children might learn something along the way at many of these top picks is just a bonus.
There are so many things to do in boston, including listening to live jazz music. Here are 10 places in the Boston area, sure to provide talented performers, drinks, and food to keep you entertained into the night.
If you’re lucky enough to have Red Sox tickets, you’ll find a slew of options in the vicinity of Fenway Park and Kenmore Square. Here are some of the best.
One Fund Boston will distribute a second round of grants to Boston Marathon victims and their families in July 2014
In the mood for seafood? Here are 10 Boston restaurants to be sure to check out.
When you really want to take advantage of the warm weather in the city, head to one of the many roof top bars and restaurants in Boston.
The top 12 things to do in Boston during April 2014
The Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority’s system, more commonly known as the “T,” can be a confusing mix of stops, transfers, and misleading information unless you understand some of the basics. Here’s a primer to help get you adjusted.
Check out three more places to eat in Boston on Easter. Whether you want a brunch buffet or a pre fix option, customize your own Easter meal with these three additional choices.
April offers one of the best months Boston has to offer, with the Boston Marathon and baseball’s return. Here’s a look of some the highlights for April.
Headed to the Boston Seaport? Here are 10 dining options in one of Boston's most exciting up-and-coming neighborhoods.
If you're attending the 2014 Boston Marathon, here are the security precautions to consider.
Whether you’re in the mood for an elegant atmosphere or a festive family environment, there are plenty of salivating options to consider for Easter brunch in Boston.
If you want to head out for either a private karaoke party in a studio or go all out on the stage at a local bar for karaoke night, check out these ten places to go. The Boston area hosts some of the best karaoke nights you could ask for.
Sometimes you just want to kick back and smoke a stogie. These three cigar bars in the area will allow you to relax and lounge on comfy couches, while you are surrounded by other cigar enthusiasts.
Whether you’re looking for a quick bite before a Bruins or Celtics game or a drink after a concert, here are some of the best bars near the Garden.
From the North End to collegiate classics, Boston can hold its own when it comes to pizza. Here’s a list of ten of the city’s best.
From museums to shopping to dining, Boston offers plenty for a variety of different tastes. But if you're starting from scratch, we suggest these 10 destinations in order to get you on your way.
A city steeped in history, Boston remains one of this country’s most-visited cities. Here’s a roundup of just some of the things to look out for.
Boston boasts a great number of craft brew destinations. Here are the best spots to sip, swirl, and taste beer as if it were wine.
Looking for way to keep children busy during April school vacation? Here are some events and attractions in Boston that are perfect for families with another week off school.
Boston can be an expensive city. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to experience much of Boston without having to shell out a penny.
Here's a look at some of the highlights happening this May in Boston.
From casual to upscale restaurants, the following eight spots offer the best crust, sauce, cheese, and toppings Cambridge has to offer.
April means Earth Day celebrations around the globe. Here's a look at what's happening in Boston this year.
Puritan & Company serves fresh and inventive New England cuisine in Cambridge's Inman Square.
When you want a bite to eat in the middle of the night, look no further then these three options in Boston and Cambridge.
In the North End of Boston, check out these five restaurants featuring the option to dine outdoors. Sit out on the patio or roof deck and enjoy the Italian cuisine and sip wine as you take in the views.
Five tips to help home buyers navigate the competitive Boston real estate market
The doorstep to fall, September is one of the busiest months on the Boston calendar. Here’s a look of some the event highlights for September 2012.
The advent of the Big Dig and improved public transportation has made traveling to and from Boston’s Logan International Airport easier than ever.
Last season, the Red Sox extended their Major League Baseball record sellout streak to 500 games and counting, which probably has you thinking that unless you already have tickets in hand, chances are slim you’re bound for Fenway Park any time soon. But that doesn’t have to be the case. Though the streak is likely to continue through the early portion of this season, it could end some time during 2010. In any case, there are still more than a few ways that you can purchase tickets to a game.
Cambridge is filled with places to go for live music, drinks, and food. These five spots offer music nightly, with little or no cover charges.
Sure, the big ski areas and resorts of northern Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine offer skiers and riders fantastic options for a weekend getaway, but you don’t have to drive four, five hours to settle your itch for downhill adventure. There are plenty of quality ski areas within a two-hour drive of Boston that are more than adequate for abilities of all levels.
For almost 100 years, and many reincarnations, the Boston Children's Museum has been a popular destination for children and families. This hands-on experience recently underwent its largest transformation, and is a wonderful place for families to experience learning from a child's point of view. Take a tour of this must-see Boston attraction for kids and families.
So, Boston isn’t exactly known as the Mexican food capital of the world, but there are some fine spots dedicated to the craft of creating margaritas. Here, not necessarily in any order, are 10 of the best.
Featuring DJ’s spinning a variety of genres of music, here are the five best places in Cambridge to let loose and dance.
Mooo impresses with perfectly cooked steaks and fresh seafood dishes in the heart of Boston's Beacon Hill.
From Father’s Day and Harborfest to the Scooper Bowl, here are some of the highlights on the June calendar in Boston.
According to the Federation of Massachusetts Farmers Markets, about 195 markets opened for business this year, including a good number in the Boston area. Many of these markets open early in the summer and run through October or November. Here is a list of those closest to Boston, with hours and parking information (where applicable).
The Big Apple Circus returns to Boston for a limited engagement.
Whether it’s the excitement of parking yourself on the home stretch of Boylston St., or reveling in the party atmosphere of Cleveland Circle, there are a variety of distinguished areas to enjoy the Boston Marathon. Here’s a rundown of some of the most popular.
Thousands of college students land in Boston every September, and trust us, that cafeteria menu is going to get stale pretty quickly. So, where can a student find decent fare without emptying the wallet? Here are 10 of the best places to find cheap eats.
Whether you are looking to play pool with your friends or challenge someone to a competitive round of billiards, these five spots won’t disappoint.
Headed to Boston this summer? Be sure to check out these 10 can't-miss attractions.
Massachusetts boasts enough craft brewers to make any beer-lover happy. Here’s some of the best brewery tours and tastings you’ll find in the Boston area.
Treat Mom to a special brunch this Mother's Day. Here are some of the Boston restaurants offering special menus this year.
There is no better way to re-trace the steps of the American Revolution than by visiting Boston’s Freedom Trail, a two-and-a-half mile walking trail that passes by some of the nation’s most historic spots including the Boston Common, the Old North Church, and Bunker Hill Monument. In all, 16 official sites make up the Freedom Trail, although there are numerous other historical landmarks along the way. Take a tour of this free and unique journey through American history.
Whether you're looking for used vinyl or CDs, these five Boston institutions are among the best independent record stores in town.
The Red Sox open their 2012 spring training with a new home in JetBlue Park.
Often looped in with its neighbor, and referred to as the Allston-Brighton neighborhood, Brighton has a few distinct characteristics that prompt its residents to ignore the hyphen. Like Allston, it is Ground Zero for students and young professionals, with a number of affordable housing options. Unlike its neighbor though, it can claim waterfront property along the Charles River, and the peaceful attraction of the Chestnut Hill Reservoir.
Check out The Donkey Show at the Oberon for a unique combination of theater and disco dancing. Right in Harvard Square you can groove to your favorite 70's music, while enjoying this show inspired by Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Five independent coffee shops in Boston to get your caffeine fix.
Boston's MBTA public transportation system to offer late-night weekend service in 2014
Want to hit the beach but leave the car at home? Here are four Boston area beaches accessible by public transportation.
One of the most popular ways to explore Boston is on a Boston Duck Tour or a Super Duck Tour. Every spring, these amphibious vehicles take to the streets and waterways of downtown and have proven to be an extremely popular and unique way to visit many of this city’s historical sights.
Bostonians embrace these days of autumn, among the most spectacular that the city has to offer.
Here’s a look at the average temperatures in Boston, as well as the annual rain and snowfall the city sees each year.
Not so long ago, driving to Logan was a nightmare. But thanks to the Big Dig and the addition of the Ted Williams Tunnel, arriving by car is now a breeze. Page 2.
Looking for something special to do with Mom on Mother's Day? Here are some of the ways you can spend the day with that special woman in your life this year in Boston.
In a city like Boston, where the old and historic is often on the same block as the new and progressive, it’s easy to discover romantic spots from the Boston Harbor to the Fens. Here are some of the best locations to visit with a loved one.
How to get to Boston's Beacon Hill neighborhood
Southern transplants, head to Tupelo in Cambridge's Inman Square for a taste of home
Five bus lines easily connect travelers between Boston and New York City.
Boston strives to become a late-night city with extended weekend hours on the T, food truck service until midnight, and a newly established mayoral late-night task force.
This year will be the 116th running of the marathon, which attracts some 500,000 spectators from Hopkinton to Boston every year.
Looking for the best Buffalo wings in Boston? Here are five popular favorites to satisfy your craving.
Relax, lounge, and smoke a hookah at these three restaurant and bars. These Boston spots feature a variety of flavors of tobacco to smoke, in comfortable, unique environments.
Boston rock clubs are great places to see rock, hip-hop, hardcore punk, and jazz bands, plus stand-up comedians.
Here’s a look at some of the many Christmas events happening this month.
Five ride-share and car-share companies make it easy to get around Boston without a car.
Tried-and-true tips to make your Boston Logan Airport travel experience go smoothly.
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The Bacon and Beer Festival is back. Are you ready?
Head into Jacques Cabaret, located in the Theater District, for talented female impersonators. It’s the perfect place to let loose, drink, dance, and sing along with glammed up drag queens.
The Boston Marathon is a great time to head out for food specials at Boston area restaurants. Check out these three places featuring special menus to cheer on the runners.
From ice cream shops, to concerts, outdoor movies, and restaurants where you can dine al fresco, there is no shortage of ways to spend summer in Boston. Check out this collection of articles on things to do this August.
The stigma that once defined Boston Harbor for so long is nearly a thing of the past, some even going so far as to claim that the Boston area coastline and the Boston Harbor possess some of the cleanest urban beaches in the nation.
You don't have to travel to the White or Green Mountains to enjoy a leisurely or strenuous hike. Here are four favorite spots to hike within minutes of Boston.
Two Boston hotels are inviting pets and their pooches in for happy hour on Wednesday nights. Enjoy the weather and meet other dog owners at this weekly event for your wagging friends.
Check out Zagat’s picks for the top five steakhouses in Boston, including Grill 23 & Bar, Abe & Louie’s, and Capital Grille.
The Kendall Band makes music at the Kendall Square T station in Cambridge.
Food trucks have exploded in popularity in the Boston area. Here's how to find them, and a guide to five of the most popular.
Try new and unique burgers in Cambridge at five restaurants in the area. Featuring specialty burgers on the menu or a list of ingredients to allow you to create your own perfect burger, you are sure to find a new favorite.
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In Massachusetts, Ryan and Isabella were the most popular names, with 446 boys and 496 girls respectively. Here’s t top 10 for each in the state, as well as how they compare to names nationwide in 2010
The ever-emerging Boston Harborwalk is a great way to tour the city. Here's some of what to expect.
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Head in to Legal Sea Foods for fresh fish and wine. With locations throughout Massachusetts, they have become the place to go for clam chowder, crab cakes, and lobster, and other area favorites.
One of the country’s most renowned Independence Day celebrations features a brilliant marriage of music, color, and revelry. As the evening comes to a celebratory close, fireworks light up Boston Harbor in a display that is always memorable.
Should you buy a CharlieCard, CharlieTicket, a monthly or weekly pass? The Boston About expert takes the guesswork out of what you'll pay to ride the T.
How to get to Boston's Seaport District Boston Fort Point Channel
Check out these five spots for trivia night in Cambridge. Drink, dine, and answer questions against other teams at various spots throughout town, all for prizes.
Mother's Day is May 8. Treat Mom to a special brunch on her day with one of these tantalizing options from some of the finest establishments in Boston.
Top of the Hub will host Mother's Day brunch and dinner, featuring four courses, along with live jazz music. Take in the Boston views, while you feast on tasty food and sip specialty drinks in a unique setting.
Check out this list of five websites featuring dining deals, where you simply purchase a voucher online. Dine out for half the price or even more by buying daily deals from these websites to save on dining in Boston.
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Take a walk around Copley Square in the heart of Boston's Back Bay.
Refer to this list of three movie theaters in Cambridge to catch the latest films. Or, if you love the classics, you may find a vintage showing at one of these locations.
The North End, Boston’s oldest residential area, still possesses an old-world charm kept alive by its mostly Italian-American population. Since the completion of the Big Dig, and the demolition of the old elevated Southeast Expressway, the neighborhood has found itself reconnected to the rest of the city, and there is arguably no more vibrant area of Boston on a summer evening, when the narrow city streets come alive with an enticing blend of culture and cuisine.
It’s summer. Well, not technically, but you what I mean. Memorial Day weekend kicks off the unofficial start to the season, and that means beaches, barbeques, and maybe even a little yard word are open for business.
Take a walking tour of Coolidge Corner, at the crossroads of Beacon St. and Harvard Ave., the cultural hub of Brookline, an independent village just west of Boston. Page 2.
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Thousands will flock to Salem on Halloween weekend to revel in the city's well-known history of witches and supposed hauntings that continue to this day.
New to Twitter? Here are some of the best accounts to follow to make the most of Boston.
Check out this King's review to find out more about the Boston hotspot. Play pool, bowl, eat, drink, and so much more at King's any day of the week.
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Check out these five spots for trivia in Boston. Eat, drink, and be merry as you answer questions on a wide range of topics, to win prizes against other locals.
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The Boston Harbor Hotel provides free entertainment all summer long at Rowes Wharf.
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Swarming with unique shops, gourmet restaurants, and classic architecture, Boston’s Back Bay is the place to be – and to be seen - for the city’s visitors and residents. This neighborhood, which includes the trendy Newbury St., Copley Square, the Public Library, and the Prudential Center is Boston’s most affluent, evident in the boutiques, salons, and other services available to its residents.
Five great Boston sandwich shops
The Government Center station on the Boston MBTA's Green Line will be closed through spring 2016.
Teeming with college students and young professionals, Allston is Boston’s most affordable option for housing in a real estate market that remains as competitive as any in the country. At the turn of the 20th century, Allston was home to railroad and stockyard facilities. Today, the neighborhood features a vibrant nightlife, with numerous dining and music options.
Take a Boston cruise around the Harbor for dinner and dancing with lots of views. Check out these three companies that offer a variety of choices for cruises to celebrate a special event or to just change up a regular summer night.
Boston MBTA commuter rail hires Keolis as its new operator
Head to Jordan's Furniture in Avon this holiday season to experience a Boston tradition, The Enchanted Village.
The Boston Red Sox are the 2013 World Series Champions. We look back at the team's incredible baseball season.
If you would like to pick your own pumpkin to carve or bake this season, there are plenty of options in Massachusetts to do so. Here are some of the closest to Boston.
Fantastically fresh oysters, fabulous libations, and first-rate service make Island Creek Oyster Bar a must-visit for raw bar fans and wine connoisseurs.
The Irish Heritage Trail is a great way to immerse oneself in the rich Irish of Boston.
The Head of the Charles Regatta is the world’s largest two-day regatta attracting more than 8,500 rowers and 300,000 spectators to the banks of the Charles River.
The annual Chefs in Shorts event allows you to dine outdoors on grilled treats. The best chefs in the area join together at this charity event to benefit the GBFB.
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It's one of the biggest holidays on the Boston calendar. Here's what you need to know about celebrating the Fourth of July.
While Boston's Fourth of July Spectacular is widely considered one of the best Independence Day celebrations in the country, it isn't the only attraction that celebrates America's birthday.
Plan a trip to one of these five Mexican restaurants, each perfect to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. New Mexican spots have popped up all around Boston, just in time to celebrate.
Head to the Harpoon Brewery for one of their annual events, weekday tastings, or weekend tours. Located right in Boston, it is a great place for visitors or locals to explore year round.
Terminal E at Boston Logan Airport will be undergoing renovations into 2015.
The CapeFLYER train offers train service from Boston to Cape Cod on summer weekends.
Four times this year, Boston residents are welcome to safely dispose of all hazardous material they may have lying around their homes when the city hosts its waste drop-off days.
Take a walking tour of Boston's Kenmore Square. One of the city’s most popular destinations, the Kenmore Square area of the Fenway features a wide variety of dining, shopping, and entertainment options for sports, club, and college crowds.
Jerry Remy's Sport Bar and Grill has three locations in Boston to take in area sports teams. Featuring food, drinks, and plenty of televisions to watch the game, it has become a favorite amongst the locals for watching Boston sports.
The final, full month of summer offers a host of activities, from Patriots training camp to the August Moon Festival, as Boston preps for the Student Invasion within weeks.
Boston has had many movies filmed in the city, especially since 2007 when Governor Patrick enacted a tax credit for studios.
Faneuil Hall is filled with shops, bars, and restaurants. When the warm weather hits Boston, everyone is in search of the perfect place to dine outside on the patio in the area, and you can do so at these five options.
Whether you're a new runner or a marathoner, you'll find these five Boston running clubs make running fun.
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Delve into the haunted side of Boston with this trio of tours that explore and explain the haunts of the Hub past and present.
You might walk past the Brattle Theater and never realize it’s there. Tucked away in a below street-level courtyard, just off to the left of Brattle Hall, this independent theater has shown foreign, art-house, and other first-run films since 1953. Page 2.
Fleming's Steakhouse has shared their special skinny cocktail for August, the Russian Prom Queen. There is also still time to get in on their Skinny Sippin' Summer Sweepstakes, for a chance at some big prizes.
Boston’s Chinatown is the largest such cultural neighborhood in New England. Architecture, Asian food, and unique shopping abound in this densely-populated neighborhood, nestled between Downtown Crossing and the South End.
Things to do in Boston, from museum exhibits to wine festivals, in January 2014.
Football season is the best excuse to gather around the TV to watch your favorite teams, with a beer in one hand and a slice of pizza or a chicken wing in the other. Thankfully these five Boston area bars are offering beer and food specials that can't be beat, with flat screen TV's, perfect for catching the next game.
Learn more about Boston hotspot Howl at the Moon with a review of this upbeat bar and club. Featuring dueling pianos and a live band, plus plenty of food and drinks, you are sure to have a fun night out at this Financial District location.