The nightlife in Boston combined with the music of local talent is nothing short of phenomenal. So take a peek at some of Boston’s best DJs, and let’s get this party started, shall we?
Luckily, there are plenty of nightlife options available for the under 21 crowd in the greater Boston area; numerous highlights and destinations which practically guarantee a good time for the young’uns who are still seeking a fine, late night taste of the city.
Here are Boston’s best destinations to keep the good times rolling all the way into the wee hours of Monday morning. Just don’t forget to set that alarm.
Luckily for the thrifty-yet-frisky amongst us, Boston has a great selection of hot dance clubs where free is the name of the game.
For those seeking a fun night out on the town, singing along to old favorites while a seasoned pro tickles those ivories, here are five highly recommended piano bars in Boston.
Whether you’re a karaoke veteran or the type who generally needs a few drinks before mustering up the courage to mosey on up to that microphone, the Boston area is a gold mine for those seeking to indulge their inner rock star.
If you’re a real deal, honest-to-goodness biker diehard, the odds are probably pretty good that you already know where to go for good food and good drink in a hog-friendly atmosphere. Bikers just know where to go. Everyone has to start somewhere, however, so for those who are just beginning to enjoy the rushing wind, the gleaming asphalt and freedom of the open road, here are five biker approved Boston destinations to park that shiny new beast of yours in between road trips and coffee runs.
Whether it’s classic delta blues or a hard rocking reinvention of the style from any number of today’s rising up and comers, here are some prime Boston-area hot spots to catch catch live blues at its very best.
Looking for something to melt that icy chill? How about shaking off them winter blues by attending a hot concert this Spring? From classic rock to classic indie, progressive rock to punk rock and heavy metal, Boston’s got it going on long after the Spring sun goes down.
Artist Mary Armstrong, who teaches painting at Boston College, debuts new work this month at the Victoria Munroe Fine Art Gallery . She recently talked with CBSBoston.com about her art, her new show, and what inspires her.