Boston’s New Year’s Eve celebration is the nation’s original “First Night” party and the button is your ticket to enjoy it all.
Norfolk District Attorney Michael Morrissey is pushing a strong message this weekend to bartenders in an effort to keep drunk drivers off the road.
First Night will Showcase 1000 different artists in 200 exhibitions and performances spread throughout the city.
Four sisters from Cape Cod are rising fast in the music world, and are preparing to perform on New Year’s Eve.
Comedian Jim Lauletta is thrilled to be going back to First Night.
The Boston Tap Company has been hard at work, getting ready for First Night.
December 31, 2011 On Saturday, December 31st we’ll be saying goodbye to the year 2011 and hello to the year 2012! Now, if you are looking for something fun to do on this special day, […]
Ice sculptor Eric Fontecchio is transforming blocks of ice into art in his Brookline studio.
Fay Chandler of Boston has created the official painting of the 2012 First Night celebration. Her work will appear on 70,000 buttons and 600 posters.
Robots haven’t quite yet taken over the world, but they’re definitely growing, at least in the Boston area.