Regular Orange Line service on the T will return on Monday, September 19

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60 Things to Do and See in Boston this Fall

Fall in Boston is always unique. Whether you are a first-time visitor or a lifelong resident, as the leaves start to turn and the air becomes brisk, the blue skies remain crisp and there’s just nothing like it. Energy is everywhere: students returning, activity along the Charles, apple-picking…

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North End Feasts

About the Feasts Continuously inhabited since the 1630s, the North End serves as the oldest neighborhood in Boston. While many visitors come here to check out the many landmarks in the area (such as Paul Revere's House or the Old North Church) or to wander the cobble-stoned streets lined with…

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Celebrate Black History Month in Boston

It's February, and with it comes Black History Month, an opportunity to celebrate the rich and integral role that African Americans have played in the ongoing story of America. Within this tale, Boston has produced many unique chapters and characters, from Lewis Hayden to Lewis Latimer, Phillis…

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Hub for the Holidays

From tree lightings and holiday markets, to outdoor ice-skating rinks and annual performances, there’s no place like the Hub for the holidays. Find festive cheer around every corner and great deals for Boston’s vibrant performing arts scene. Whether you’re a train, plane, or just a quick car ride…

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A Unique Boston Winter

Photo by: The Envoy Hotel A unique Boston winter is calling you to the Hub. From igloos at the Envoy to ice-skating on the Common, wine festivals and decadent chocolate tastings, Dine Out Boston and Chinese New Year, Boston serves up unique seasonal activities that invite you to see the Hub as never…

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Chinese New Year

During the Chinese New Year, the streets and alleys of Boston are transformed to celebrate the Year of the Rat. A lion dance parade in Chinatown, the Spring Festival exhibition at the Boston Museum of…

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