While merriment is to be had around every corner, visitors who have little time can take advantage of the best sites, sounds, food and lodging available around the holidays in Boston. They will be happy they did.
Who better to ask about children’s crafts than a preschool teacher? Miss Jenny uses her crafting expertise to come up with five easy crafts to do with kids this Thanksgiving.
Boston has plenty of great spots to head out for some hookah. Here are just a few.
Sometimes the best Thanksgiving meals are left to the experts at these local Boston restaurants.
Forget the big box stores – Boston has plenty of small boutiques with incredible holiday sales!
Boston is one of the best places in the United States to celebrate Thanksgiving. Whether celebrating as a family, with friends or alone this year, there is a way to rejoice, give thanks and even give back in the spirit of the holiday.
No need to fly to the tropics for supreme relaxation. Enjoy one of these five cozy inns right here in New England to kick back, relax and recharge.
Pet play groups are a great way for you, and your fluffy baby, to make new friends in the area. Here’s how to find them.
The city of Boston has no shortage of great places to acquire and imbibe plenty of ice cold draft beer specials. Here are only a few of the prime spots to visit!
Chef Greg Weinstock shares his recipes for cranberry walnut pie and even Salvatore’s pumpkin pie.