This summer, museumgoers can rebel at the Boston Tea Party, see some of the most important ancient texts in history and come face to face with authentic samurai armor.
This year, for women’s history month, Boston is celebrating women of all shapes, sizes and accomplishments, but particularly the innovative women in history.
Active duty military members and their families can have a summer filled with culture for free.
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum reopened earlier this winter with a fresh face. Here’s what to look for if you visit.
Yes, it is possible for “real men” to appreciate history, art, and design. Here are some museums even guys will like.
Here’s a quick guide to our five can’t-miss pick arts events for December.
The Museum of Bad Art is a must-see attraction in Somerville, Dedham, or Brookline (or all three if you have high stamina for bad taste).
With temperatures expected to climb well into the 90s over the next two days around Boston, officials are warning people to take precautions. Here is a guide of heat-related resources.
It can get pricey to enjoy all that Boston’s rich arts community has to offer. There are ways to take in some of the finest exhibits and performances, for free.
WBZ New England Business Editor Anthony Silva reports EMC is digitizing the Hall’s collections.