Sally Sampson of ChopChopKids has some tips on how parents can help their kids whip up quick and easy bag lunches for school.
Boston has many children’s clothing and shoe stores that stock a variety of styles for growing feet at a range of prices.
Do-it-yourself pottery is a fun way to get something to show for your creativity, and the South Shore has lots of pottery shops.
Wine tastings in Boston do not have to take place at private parties or wineries. A number of great bars offer sips or small glasses for tasting.
Public art is one of Boston’s biggest draws when it comes to inexpensive things to do in town.
Fish is one of Boston’s favorite things to put in a taco. It is an often healthier and even tastier version of the traditional beef taco.
The Boston suburbs offer plentiful public swimming pools, many of which are free to use.
Boston’s main public library buildings are a testament to the effort the city puts into its public establishments.
In spite of the general lack of wild areas in Boston, there are a number of places in and around the city where guests can visit and interact with animals.
With summer comes the emergence of the arts back onto the streets of Boston, sometimes in the form of fun festivals everyone can enjoy.