Massachusetts State House
Boston is not only a literary hub historically, it is also the home of several landmarks that have made it into popular literature.
These five ideas will help you plan the perfect Hanukkah in Boston.
March 23, 2013 A group of women are going to be getting together at the Massachusetts State House on Friday March 29th, for the 6th Annual Latina Women’s Conference, celebrating Women’s International Day! On this edition […]
Boston is a city known for its 18th- and 19th-century architecture. The buildings that lend to this reputation have a tendency to be sites that are important to the history of the United States. However, there are also buildings that are more modern and lend diversity to Boston architecture. No matter your architectural taste, this city offers a little something for everyone.
“A Volvo is one of the safest cars. It’s topless, so it’s also sassy and a little provocative.” – Eric and her Volvo C70
March 5, 2011 Friday March 11th is International Women’s Day. Also on this day, a special conference will be held at the Massachusetts State House, in an effort to empower Latino women to overcome challenges. […]
The 2010 elections in Massachusetts took a toll on women in both the House and Senate.