Arts & Culture
The Jewish holiday Rosh Hashanah happens this year between Sunday, Sept. 13 and Tuesday, Sept. 15. This is a great time to celebrate the new year with friends and family.
Here are several spots for free family fun on Labor Day weekend.
Do-it-yourself pottery is a fun way to get something to show for your creativity, and the South Shore has lots of pottery shops.
There’s never a need to feel hungry with these five amazing dinner theater performances coming up in and around Boston!
Public art is one of Boston’s biggest draws when it comes to inexpensive things to do in town.
It is music to the ears…whether looking to buy or rent a guitar or a grand piano, Boston’s Best Music Shops offer exactly what the novice or professional musician needs to make the world sound better.
Boston’s main public library buildings are a testament to the effort the city puts into its public establishments.
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.