First Night will be scaled down for the new year and there will be no buttons, which means it will be absolutely free.
Boston-based Conventures, Inc. was awarded a one-year contract to manage and direct First Night for 2016.
Boston is looking for someone to run First Night, the annual New Year’s Eve celebration.
Activists protesting recent police killings staged a peaceful die-in during First Night, the city’s popular New Year’s Eve celebration.
Mayor Marty Walsh asked possible First Night protesters to respect the city’s police officers and maintain the event’s family friendly atmosphere.
December 27, 2015 Special end of the year edition! It’s our very own Centro tradition! Since WBZ is the official First Night Boston station, every year, we tell you how you can get involved in […]
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Veteran ice sculptor Steve Rose is one of many artists in Boston today creating first night masterpieces.
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook Some of us are still on vacation celebrating the holiday and staying out of the commuter rat-race for a few more days. Others are enjoying the slopes up […]
December 28, 2013 On Tuesday December 31st we’ll be saying goodbye to the year 2013 and hello to the year 2014! If you are looking for a great way to celebrate and ring in the […]