Long ago, football was played regularly at Fenway Park, the country’s oldest standing ballpark. Now, the pigskin is set to make its triumphant return.
Move over local hills and snow-covered golf courses. There’s a new venue for sledders to fly down this winter.
Whether it’s something as simple as peanuts or popcorn to chips and salsa, Boston has it covered when it comes to satiating the snacking habits of its bar clientele.
Not only is Boston one of the most culturally rich and historically significant cities in the country, but its deep-rooted traditions are balanced nicely with an ever-changing modernism; a fantastic melding of the old and new which makes Boston one of the best tourist spots for those seeking both hype and history.
In honor of Veterans Day, the Red Sox are offering veterans and active-duty members of the military free tours of Fenway Park on Monday, Nov. 11.
World Series ticket prices were selling for record prices, so there was a different breed of Red Sox fans in attendance. That is, people with a ton of money. Adolfo took to the streets and panhandled to see how much money he could get.
The rolling rally will take place at 10 a.m. Saturday from Fenway Park, go down Boylston Street and end with a splash in the Charles River.
Gresh & Zo didn’t spend much time on it, but on Thursday afternoon they weighed in on Jonny Gomes’ postgame interview with Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports.
Rich and Adolfo were out on the streets of Boston late Wednesday night and gathered audio from elated Red Sox fans who may have had too much to drink.
Boston Red Sox fans are celebrating the team’s eighth World Series title.