The repurposed Gulf gas station kicks off its second year of programming with a wine garden, flea market, art gallery, and a new pickleball court — visit The Station at 1400 Boylston St. after its June 1 season opening.
💧 RTP is the only rooftop pool in our city with public access — meaning it’s a hot spot for cooling down in the summer. Here’s what to know about lounging poolside at the Back Bay hotel.
View Boston is taking Bostonians to new heights with an observation deck and immersive attraction on the top three floors of the Prudential Center. Here’s what you can expect to see and experience.
There will be three full days of community events leading up to Juneteenth. Here’s what to know about the group behind our city’s Embrace Ideas Festival, plus events you don’t want to miss.
Eat and Drink
Whether you prefer special toppings and sauces or a classic with cheese, there is nothing better than sinking your teeth in a juicy burger. Here’s a few burgers to order in Boston.
Regardless of which sip you prefer to pour, get ready for a full month of celebrating local beverages during this year’s Drink Up festivities.
The popular seafood eatery’s proposal will bring guests even closer to the waterfront. Plans include a new floating barge to expand seating options for the outdoor dining area.
These local distilleries will raise your spirits with locally made sips to enjoy.
Travel and Outdoors
Monday, May 29 is Brookline native John F. Kennedy’s birthday. Ask not what JFK had to do with Boston, but what you can do in Boston for the late president’s birthday.
Catch a free ferry trip out to Spectacle or Georges Island on Saturday, May 20 for Free Ferry Day.
Tree Alliance will help reduce the temperature in the city with an expanded tree canopy.
The new transit-oriented Mattapan development has created 135 units of affordable mixed-use housing and 10,000-sqft of retail space.
The plans include the first satellite HBCU campus for our city and a new art gallery.
The proposal outlines plans for a multipurpose reuse of library space to provide affordable housing.
Here are the highlights on a new air-rights project in Boston
🏳️🌈 We rounded up 20 community events throughout Pride Month in June, from parades and festivals to brewery events and beyond. Here’s your guide to celebrating Pride in Boston this year.
We could be in for a “scorcha” of a summer, according to the National Weather Service. The service’s Climate Prediction Center predicted warmer-than-average summer weather in Boston.
The City of Boston announced a new “Safety Surge” initiative to curb traffic-related issues and improve Boston’s streets for pedestrians, bikers, and drivers.
Mayor Wu announced upcoming events and programming to celebrate Boston’s LGBTQ+ community during Pride Month.