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Special spirits, vintage clothes, kitchen gadgets, and Kentucky Derby-worth hats await you at these shops.
The Connecticut Sun will play at the historic arena in August of 2024.
This LGBTQ+ and woman-owned brewery is expected to open in December in Jamaica Plain.
From family-friendly comedy, to dazzling dance parties, add some sparkle to your season with these holiday performances.
Eat and Drink
Feast on holiday cheer at these restaurants keeping their doors open on Dec. 25.
Eligible restaurants, bars, taverns, food trucks, and juice shops can apply for grants between $2,000 and $15,000 as part of Mayor Wu’s new program.
The historic Davis Square diner car-turned-restaurant enters a new era this December with a revamped menu and interior.
Let’s look back at all the good times we shared from the past two years.
Travel and Outdoors
Light up Boston at one of these festival of lights ceremonies.
From rockstar-ready rooms to Fenway Park themed suites, Boston is teeming with lodging options that defy expectations.
Thanksgiving is off to the races at these turkey trots in Greater Boston.
The autumnal walk guides guests through the splendor of 8,000 trees throughout the Emerald Necklace parks in Boston and Brookline.
Real Estate
The blade-making factory has been part of the South Boston community for over 100 years.
This city-run program helps provide resources for first-time home buyers in the city.
Boston’s Zoning Code helps determine what is built and where. Here’s a breakdown of the updates that have been proposed to the 1960s code by the Mayor’s team.
The Residences at Rivergreen will add ~600 units along the Malden River and offer amenties like a rooftop deck and craft beer garden.
We’re cracking open the details on a part of the urban agriculture rules for our city.
It’s only a matter of time before winter arrives in Boston and city officials have plans and resources in place for the season.
Curious what AI has to say about Boston? Here are a few questions and answers about our city with an online artificial intelligence program.
Here’s to the 52nd anniversary of Boston’s tree from Nova Scotia.

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