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Boston Skyline in Fall

A Marathon of Fall Events – 26 Things to See and Do

Fall in Boston is always unique. Whether you are a first-time visitor or 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 and…

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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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HubWeek hits the Seaport District October 1-3

Every year, innovators from all around the world and from the arts, science, technology and business industry flock to the Boston area for HubWeek. At HubWeek, these worlds literally collide. This year, HubWeek moves to the Seaport District from October 1-3 2019. HubWeek will host impact-oriented…

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Oktoberfest = festive fall fun

The calendar doesn’t say October, but in Boston the Oktoberfest celebrations have begun! The Hub hosts several such occasions over the next several weeks, so clean out your stein – or your lederhosen if you’ve got a pair – and prepare to indulge, or imbibe, in some seasonal festivities. The fun…

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Labor Day Sale, Music & Craft Beer Party

Labor Day Weekend has arrived, which means fall is around the corner, which means winter is around the next corner. Sure, we are getting ahead of ourselves, but what we really want you to know is that this weekend is the perfect time to head out to Wachusett Mountain for their Labor Day Sale…

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