Boston Public Library
Boston is a city known for its 18th- and 19th-century architecture. The buildings that lend to this reputation have a tendency to be sites that are important to the history of the United States. However, there are also buildings that are more modern and lend diversity to Boston architecture. No matter your architectural taste, this city offers a little something for everyone.
If you’re looking for an event to provide inspiration, entertainment or information, check out one of the many great speakers and lectures this fall. Boston provides a diverse selection of individuals whose spoken words will accomplish all that and much more.
Buried deep in the annals of the Boston Public Library is a treasure trove for fans of Boston baseball and now we all can see it.
Whether you’re strolling through a garden, visiting a museum or walking the Freedom Trail, art is everywhere in Boston.
There are plenty of free and inexpensive options for winter school vacation.
From major retrospective showcases to intimate juried exhibits, from portraits and landscapes to historical photos, there are a variety of great photography events and exhibits in and around Boston.
Award-winning photojournalist Ethan Daniels shows off his new book, Under Cape Cod Waters, during an upcoming area book tour.
A Dorchester man is facing charges after he was allegedly caught peeping in the women’s bathroom at the Boston Public Library.
The Boston Public Library will publish over 2,800 rarely seen baseball photographs online starting on Friday, bringing baseball fans back to the Golden Days of America’s pastime.
Looking to go out on New Year’s Eve, but don’t want to spend it smooshed in a club with sweaty dancers? Here’s your alternative. Check out these low-key events brought to you by First Night […]