Before you lose your chance to get outdoors and enjoy what is left of the season, try these five easy activities to revel in colder temperatures.
Parts of Boston Common are about to become a “rotating” off leash dog park in the mornings and evenings.
American history, infused with some presidential history, is everywhere in Boston, for those who know how to look.
A civil rights group held a protest on Saturday as part of their fight against the MBTA’s bag search policy.
A carbon monoxide leak sent eight people to the hospital Saturday at a business across the street from Boston Common.
A new restaurant opened Monday on the Boston Common at the site of what used to be a boarded-up bathroom.
Boston is one of the oldest cities in the United States, which means it carries quite a history with it. From graveyards to theaters and from heretics to mayors, Boston’s most haunted places offer a variety of potentially supernatural experiences.
It was a one mile run of tacky taffeta and tuxedos on the Boston Common Saturday morning for the Running with the Bridesmaids.
At the center of Boston, there is a cluster of sites where the first people to settle in Boston lived, worked and died. Visit them to walk in the footsteps of the founders.
There’s no better time to visit Boston than during the summer, and with a one-day T pass, you’ll have no shortage of places to visit. Explore the five top sightseeing spots accessible with a day pass for just $11 for adults and free for children younger than 11. Lace up your favorite walking shoes, grab your camera, and enjoy a daylong adventure that will introduce you to the best sites that Boston has to offer.