Arts & Culture
Give your abs a real workout by treating them to some serious laughter.
Boston is a wonderful melting pot of international cultures that has continued to increase dramatically over the last few years, so it is no wonder people are looking to sign up for a second language course. From French and Spanish to Gaelic and Cantonese, you can learn conversational fluency and basic linguistics by signing up for an immersion class.
With summer comes the emergence of the arts back onto the streets of Boston, sometimes in the form of fun festivals everyone can enjoy.
With only a few miles of walking, visitors can view multiple museums, galleries and works of art scattered throughout Boston.
Pride Week is almost here! Support Boston’s vibrant LGBT community by attending one of the week’s awesome events! Many of which are free to attend and centrally located, making it a great meeting spot for some summer fun outside!
Anyone who wants to enjoy the beautiful summer weather and a wide variety of music could easily fill most of his or her summer with everything from classic rock to classical music in Boston.
When it comes time to buy parts, a new camera or repairs, the best shops are the last bastions of photographic equipment for locals.
Boston blogger and well known instagramer, Anna Burns, shares her top 5 tips for taking better smartphone photos.
Boston is full of family-friendly museum exhibits and entire museums that are fine for kids and adults of all ages.
Temporary and even new permanent exhibits pop up all the time in Boston. Among the latest are exciting looks at humanity and science.