The 2024 season of Boston Pops sets the stage for an unforgettable spring with concerts of varying themes and genres.
Don your detective caps as we take a deep dive into the infamous 1990 art theft. 🔍
We’re highlighting the best kid-friendly activities that Boston has to offer — complete with museum experiences, animal encounters, and outdoor fun.
“Pretty Woman: The Musical” will run at the Emerson Colonial Theatre Tuesday, Feb. 27-Sunday, March 3.
We’re commemorating 2023 the best way we know how — highlighting local photos through our BOStoday Picture of the Year contest.
A whale of a new sculpture stroll is coming to Downtown Crossing through March.
From family-friendly comedy, to dazzling dance parties, add some sparkle to your season with these holiday performances.
Sharpen your script, construct a wreath, master the basics of macramé, and more at these holiday-themed classes.
Enjoy a homegrown version with unique costumes, lighting, and set design created specifically for this production.
This classic musical is definitely making our list of “favorite things” to do this holiday season.
The Harvard University Theater will get a new home in Allston.
❄️ Check out winter happenings and holiday festivities in this seasonal guide.
Spots around Boston to get started on — or finish up — your novel.
If we made a Mount Rushmore for Boston writers and literary figures, whose face would you add?
Find refuge from the impending holiday madness at concerts from The 1975, Lil Uzi Vert, Deafheaven, and more.
Visit the Prudential Center Nov. 2-Nov. 6 to see 16 fresh floral mannequins created by local florists that embrace cultures from around the world.
The eerie writer was born in Boston and while he didn’t care for the city, he was a Bostonian, nevermore.
The 18th edition of the free, all-ages music festival will feature 30+ bands from across the country.
Make plans to see one of these four new and upcoming exhibitions around Boston.
The seaside property in Ipswich known as Caste Hill was a filming location for “The Witches of Eastwick” in the late 1980s.
This mini-art exhibition sharing the untold story of Boston’s hip-hop culture can be seen on the Rose Kennedy Greenway through Wednesday, Nov. 15.
We’ve made a concerted effort to orchestrate this roadmap, so you can focus on finding the artists you adore.
Fill your schedule with film screenings, dance lessons, live music, and more for Hispanic Heritage Month.
Unlock your inner rocker with DIY button-making, vinyl record painting, and more at Punk Week.
The hip-hop festival features a robust roster of national + local musicians for its debut edition.
West Roxbury locals and city officials have honored Captain Tom Kelley with a new mural for his 30-year career in the US Navy and contributions to the local community.
The 12-foot puppet begins her 6,000-mile voyage across America with appearances in East Boston, Roxbury, and downtown.
An all-day music festival, night market, international carnival, and kid-friendly fun await you + your family this weekend.
The inaugural festival pairs live music with an eco-friendly cause at the Boston Common this weekend.
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