Temporary and even new permanent exhibits pop up all the time in Boston. Among the latest are exciting looks at humanity and science.
Boston may be a long way from Mexico, but that does not keep people from celebrating with great drinks and food that everyone can enjoy.
After a cold New England winter, Boston is always ready to celebrate spring with a festival.
When it is time for a getaway, it is time to go where the water is warmer, there is shade, and the weirdest underwater creature is a largemouth bass.
In spite of the availability of music online, record stores have managed to persevere in Boston. There is one for virtually every neighborhood.
Anglers do not have to travel far from Boston to find great salt and freshwater sites for any fishing type, be it boating or wading.
Among Boston’s used bookstores are some of the city’s best bookstores and most interesting places to shop. Try them on “Drop Everything and Read Day” this April 12.
South Shore, Massachusetts is full of beautiful scenery, housing some of the most modern, expansive and user-friendly playgrounds in the area.
Whether its for an Easter egg hunt with the kids or a nice brunch with a loved one, Boston has a way to embrace the season with some spring celebration.
One of the best things about visiting Boston is the many museums within the city. Arts, science, medicine and much more are all easily accessible for everyone.