When it comes to historic landmarks, Boston is special because of its place in America’s military, religious and settlement history. Today, it is one of the best cities to tour for its history and culture, especially on foot.
Getting in a romantic weekend close to Boston is easy with a little foreknowledge of the area. There are romantic locales in every direction, even in the winter when the snow is falling.
Long-time educator Debra Stone, former Vice Principal of Marshfield’s Furnace Brook Middle School, offers up her top five after-school activities for kids and just what makes them so great.
These bakeries north of Boston offer up some decadent and delightful cupcakes for any kind of party or just a quick snack on the go.
Art walks let folks appreciate local art while enjoying the fresh air and a bit of exercise.
Boston is one of the oldest cities in the United States. It has also been a literary hub over the centuries. As such, there is a multitude of books based in or about Boston.
Boston sits on a coast that is prone to bad storms. While an occasional tornado or small earthquake have been known to strike, hurricanes and blizzards are clearly the most common.
To truly celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, become part of the many initiatives set up around the city or enjoy free admission to a great museum on January 19, 2015.
Families, couples, friends and individuals looking to get out of Boston for a breather this Martin Luther King weekend have plenty of amazing options within an hour or so drive of the city.
Another spring will soon be rolling around and Boston is getting ready once again to celebrate art during the most colorful and lively season of the year.