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Boston’s 20 Best Galentine’s Day Ideas

Popularized by the hit TV sitcom, Parks and Rec, ‘Galentine’s Day’ is celebrated every year on February 13th. This modern special holiday redirects the romantic couple focus of Valentine’s Day to a celebration of these relationships between you and your best friends. So grab your friends, your…

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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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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…

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The Hub Heats Up in July

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 streets of the North End, the historic Boston Common, and all along the waterfront, July events…

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Buen Provecho! Rosa Mexicano

On an early summer night in the Seaport District it's a bustling scene. Look in one direction and see a cocktail hour taking place at the Seaport Hotel; in the other, you will see running groups…

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Halloween in the Hub

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 to Harvard Square, and countless places in between, frightful festivities take over Boston this…

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