It’s the unofficial kickoff to summer in New England, and for most people it’s a three day weekend. That gives you plenty of time to mix up your normal routine with some of the best Arts that Boston has to offer.
All living Red Sox uniformed personnel were invited to participate in the celebration of Fenway’s 100th anniversary.
The Red Sox may be limping back to Boston at 1-5 for their home opener, but there is little doubt the team has one heck of a show planned for Friday.
Singer Joey McIntyre and the Boston Pops performed for kids at Children’s Hospital Boston on Tuesday.
The Massachusetts State Police has announced road closures in Boston for the July 4th holidays.
Despite the gray skies and threat of some rain, the usual large crowd came to the Esplanade for Sunday night’s Boston Pops’ rehearsal for the 4th of July.
Preparations continued at the Hatch Shell and along the banks of the Charles River on Saturday.
This year, the Boston Pops fireworks show is getting a new host: Hollywood star Michael Chiklis. It’s a dream come true for the local native.
When Boston celebrates the Fourth of July next week, not all of the performers will be on the ground. The celebration on the Esplanade begins with a military flyover.
No where is patriotism more on display than in Boston on the Fourth of July.