Arts & Culture
Every year, Boston cleans up its act for global Earth Day on April 22 and volunteers are needed across the city.
In spite of the availability of music online, record stores have managed to persevere in Boston. There is one for virtually every neighborhood.
Among Boston’s used bookstores are some of the city’s best bookstores and most interesting places to shop. Try them on “Drop Everything and Read Day” this April 12.
With the introduction of Brian Bresnahan’s new café and wine bar, you’ll be thrown back to the joyous springs of your childhood, filled with night crawler hunts and careless puddle jumping.
Whether its for an Easter egg hunt with the kids or a nice brunch with a loved one, Boston has a way to embrace the season with some spring celebration.
Boston is typically the first choice for eastern Mass. theater-goers. However, the surrounding area has plenty of theaters, so viewers can avoid traffic and try something new.
Spring is in the air again and that means Boston theaters are getting ready for another round of spring entertainment.
When St. Patrick’s Day comes around, the people of Boston and the surrounding area celebrate the culture of one of its biggest demographics by throwing some of the best parties.
It seems like there is a former movie location around every corner in Boston.
Be sure to check out some of these paint and sips in Boston because they can be a fun way to have a few drinks and learn something new.