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Best Water Parks Near BostonHere are just five of the best water parks in the Boston area.
Summer Fun For Under $25 In BostonWhat do a famous Italian dessert, dinosaur bones, bike trails, a mighty fortress and mini-golf with glow-in-the dark monsters have in common? These are just five of the things to do in Boston this summer for under $25.
The Kitchen-Sink Volcano: A Fun Science Experiment For The Whole FamilyIf you grew up watching endless Brady Bunch reruns, you’re probably familiar with Peter Brady’s mud-spewing science project that sent showers of muck and sludge all over.
Fan Guide To 2017 Patriots Training CampThe Patriots begin their quest for a sixth Super Bowl title with training camp practices at Gillette Stadium this summer.
Best Places To Buy Running Shoes In BostonHere are several of the best places to buy running shoes in Boston.
Boston Weekend Events: Pizza Festival, Kite Festival, Free MuseumsCelebrations of pizza, kites, and gorgeous flowers are among the events happening in and around Boston this weekend.
Fan Guide To Fenway ParkA complete guide to one of the most historic venues in sports.
What's Up This Weekend: Free Movie, Free Museums, Roller Disco PartySome summer-fun family favorites kick off this weekend – including free outdoor movies, free museum admissions, celebrations of strawberries, and even an outdoor roller disco party.
Your Guide To Fourth Of July FashionGet involved with the holiday spirit by dressing in trendy red, white, and blue, while also staying fashion-forward with a patriotic flair.
Guide To Boston's Best 2017 Independence Day EventsThe Fourth of July is a big day in Boston, perhaps even more so there than anywhere else in the country. Here are just five of the best events being held in Boston to celebrate this Independence Day.
Planning Guide For Spending July 4th On The Boston EsplanadeHere’s a guide for everything you need to know for the 4th of July celebration on the Esplanade.
Summer Of Savings: Hometown Tourist Destinations On A BudgetBut when attractions and tours can cost close to $30 per person, seeing the sights with a family can drain the bank quick. Here are some great and inexpensive options.

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