As everywhere around the country, the Holiday Season is full of parties, festivities and all kinds of special events. Boston doesn't disappoint. Every day and night, there are tree lightings, concerts, afternoon teas, holiday theatre, the Nutcracker and so much more.
ArtWeek Boston, the biannual festival showcasing Boston's collaborative creativity, returns September 25-October 4 and features over 115 events! Nearly 70% of these events are FREE as the
Boston hits its summer stride with an action-packed weekend on tap. From Copley Square to City Hall Plaza, on the Common and along the Greenway, and just north of Boston, this weekend is unlike any
July arrives before we know it, and as the Hub heats up with summer festivals and seasonal specialties Boston is the hottest (and coolest) spot to be! From the banks of the Charles, to the vibrant
Halloween in the Hub. It's more than a one night affair. October 31 will of course feature a host of ghoulish galas, but don't limit your macabre merriment to just one night. From the Seaport District
A Frenzy of Fall Festivities
With Labor Day behind us, summer winds subside and that means a chance to indulge your autumnal hankerings. Fun events and festivals will fill up your fall calendar as
Friday, August 22, 2014 9:26 AM by Arthur Levine
First Lady Michelle Obama, who rocks sleeveless dresses and skinny jeans, has been imploring us to put down the electronics, get up off our couches, and get active with her nationwide Let's Move!