'I Need To Use My Voice': Community College Valedictorian Honored By Glamour MagazineKatherine Haley was recently named one of the Community College Women of the Year by Glamour Magazine. She hopes to use her experience to help others.
Movie Theaters, Bowling Alleys Benefit From Rainy WeatherAs the rain pushes people indoors, bowling alleys and movie theaters are welcoming the extra business.
Renovation Of The Langham Boston Hotel Gives Local Artists A Boost During PandemicThe renovation of The Langham Boston Hotel gave local artists a boost.
Summer Officially Underway In Massachusetts: Kids, Adults Alike Looking To Have FunIt’s officially summer and it’s clear adults and kids are expecting fun times ahead.
Museum Of Fine Arts Celebrating Juneteenth With Outdoor Programs, ActivitiesOn Saturday, the MFA is holding a day of outdoor programs and activities to celebrate Juneteenth and to honor the city’s Black artists and creative voices.
Students Organize COVID Vaccine Clinic At Charlestown High SchoolIn total, 15 eleventh grade students volunteered as part of the CHS vaccine team, helping organize a day of fun events for their classmates and the public.
Vaccinetime Twitter Account, Which Helped Many Find Appointments In Mass., Shuts Down For GoodCreator Dan Cahoon helped countless people in Massachusetts get vaccinated with his Vaccinetime Twitter account.
'Like The End Of Prohibition': Massachusetts Bars And Nightclubs Excited For Saturday ReopeningIt's been a long year for bars and nightclubs in Massachusetts. But they're ready to get back in business this weekend.
'Connecting Through Music': Boston Pops Performing Rolling Recitals Around CityThe Boston Pops are performing for people around the city with "rolling recitals."
Restaurants Hope Offering Extra Perks Will Attract New EmployeesDespite business picking up, one Cambridge restaurant will close in mid-June so employees can take a week of paid vacation.
'Alive Again': USS Constitution Cruises Boston Harbor For First Time In Over A Year, Fires 21-Gun SaluteThe U.S.S. Constitution went underway in Boston Harbor Friday to fire a 21-gun salute for the first time in more than a year.