Arts & Culture
Boston is one of the oldest cities in the United States. It has also been a literary hub over the centuries. As such, there is a multitude of books based in or about Boston.
To truly celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, become part of the many initiatives set up around the city or enjoy free admission to a great museum on January 19, 2015.
Another spring will soon be rolling around and Boston is getting ready once again to celebrate art during the most colorful and lively season of the year.
Some of the best novelty, gift and even home decor items in town are found inside museum gift shops across Boston.
The upcoming theater season in Boston has a lot to offer all kinds of theatergoers. From family performances to classic love stories, everyone is covered.
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During the holiday season, Boston and its surrounding areas are peppered with holiday markets and seasonal stores that help revelers celebrate.
Boston has numerous organizations that can use extra funds or goods during the holiday season. Those who want to donate to worthy causes will not have to look hard to find one.
When the holidays come around, all of Boston is transformed by the season. Caroling is common, restaurants make seasonal foods, trees are bedecked in lights and shows happen at virtually every venue
Besides the always amazing art museums, including some of the best in the country, Boston is also churning out art events that bring the appreciation indoors for the winter season.