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.
People of Beacon Hill were out early with their dogs on Boston Common Friday morning enjoying a pilot program that allows dogs to run around without a leash.
Memorial Day flag planting tradition at the Boston Common to commemorate men and women in the service.
Can you answer the question, “what does the Tea Party stand for?”
The 2012 Boston International Film Festival is featuring an assortment of shorts, features and documentaries this year. Catch a screening at a reasonable price.
Alex Yauckoes – Sudbury, MA Ragan Malo – Sudbury, MA Olivia Hays – Weymouth, MA Mathew Johnson – Charlestown, MA
Alex Dobaldo – Boston, MA Eric Choi – Reading, MA
Not everyone is excited to strap on those skis once the weather gets cold, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun outside. From sledding to skating, and snowshoeing to tubing, there are plenty of other great ways to enjoy snowy winter days.
Of course First Night is known for ice sculptures, and there will be five this year: three on Boston Common and two at Copley Square.
At the WBZ Water Cooler: We took a skate over to the Frog Pond, where people were flying around, getting in the holiday spirit.