Whether you’re strolling through a garden, visiting a museum or walking the Freedom Trail, art is everywhere in Boston.
Sometimes kids have a hard time expressing themselves, but it seems to be a bit easier to do it with art.
Yes, it is possible for “real men” to appreciate history, art, and design. Here are some museums even guys will like.
Fay Chandler of Boston has created the official painting of the 2012 First Night celebration. Her work will appear on 70,000 buttons and 600 posters.
A suicide machine belonging to assisted-suicide advocate Dr. Jack Kevorkian has been withdrawn from a New York City auction of his possessions after failing to draw a high enough bid.
The Museum of Bad Art is a must-see attraction in Somerville, Dedham, or Brookline (or all three if you have high stamina for bad taste).
With the country in a difficult economic time and unemployment running high, it can be tough for some to plan a night out. Whether you are interested in art & history or enjoy the outdoors, Boston and its surrounding cities have much to offer.
While the Cape is most known for some of the most beautiful beaches in the United States, there are also some fabulous activities for visitors to experience.
You may want to test the waters before you dive into retirement.
There’s a new piece of art inBoston’s South end and it recognizes the city’s unique connection to the water.