ICYMI: May Crossword Puzzle

The trees along the Charles River Esplanade.

May next month be as exciting as the past 30 days.

May certainly helped us kick off summer — this month, we celebrated National Preservation Month, Boston Calling, and the unofficial start of patio season.

As we prepare to sail into June, we’re testing your knowledge on what we covered over the last ~30 days in our newsletter and on our social channels.

Complete our May crossword puzzle, featuring clues from local news and recent concerts, then take a peek at the answer key below.

ICA — This Seaport museum has reopened its Watershed location with a new exhibition from artist Guadalupe Maravilla.
RainbowSwash — This colorful gas tank design along Dorchester’s waterfront is the largest piece of copyrighted artwork in the world.
TaylorSwift — This artist has a “reputation” for a rain show at one of the three sold out concerts at Gillette Stadium.
WesAnderson — A social media trend inspired us to find symmetrical, colorful, and quirky spots in our city like this film director would.
NoahKahan — The New England artist with a “Northern Attitude” who performed at Boston Calling.
Newbury — The car-free program will return to this popular Back Bay street for 16 Sundays from July 2-Oct. 15.
Porchfest — Somerville kicked off the first of these community concerts on May 13 with hundreds of local artists — next up is Dorchester on June 3.

MrsMallard — The name of the mother duck in “Make Way for Duckings.”
Chattermark — A veteran-owned distillery in Charlestown that was highlighted in Forbes for its White Whiskey.
BostonCommon — Where the new Emerson College and Trillium Brewery pop-up beer garden is located.
Cheers — The finale of this TV show, inspired by a Beacon Hill bar, aired 30 years ago.

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