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The airy pastry has roots going back to the 1800s, and they remain a fan favorite at many bakeries in the New England area.
Our Father’s Day Gift Guide will help you find the perfect gift this year.
Get to know the three new artisans and food producers to shop at the Boston Public Market.
If you don’t have coffee already in hand, consider this your sign to grab some.
Fill your basket here with thrifty literary buys.
The Cambridge food hall features fourteen restaurants.
Work with the team of scentologists to customize your own personal perfume.
Shop at 100 Seaport Boulevard for the summer
We picked out our favorite on-sale furniture and decor (but the sale ends tonight).
The market will open for the season on Saturday, May 11.
Score some new vinyl at these local shops on Record Store Day — or any day, for that matter.
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Think back on all the exciting things that happened in June. Now, take a shot at this crossword puzzle.
Break out the red, white, and blue and prepare to party in the USA Boston-style during the city’s Independence Day celebrations.
The festival will take place Saturday, June 29-Sunday, June 30.
We asked you to help us spice up our social media feeds — now we’re returning the favor by sharing some unique picks.
The new pop-up outdoor social space and roller skating rink Rollerama at Kendall Common is now open.
Our city’s disco party tradition returns this Thursday, June 27. Grab your roller skates and head to City Hall Plaza’s Donna Summer Disco Party.
Al Horford, Derrick White, and Payton Pritchard all took the hot seat for a fresh shave at Gillette Headquarters.
The sky is the limit for these round up of rooftops around the greater Boston area.
This new permanent art installation highlights our city’s transit system and modes of transportation through history.