Associate metro editor Chloe McAllaster reflects on her experience at the Seaport Common ‘Impulse’ installation. The illuminated seesaws are designed to boost mood in the bitter winter months and attracted visitors of all ages. […]
The theme of the fifth-annual Boston Design Week is now, new, next. The festival emphasizes innovation in product design, architecture, technology, art, and more. […]
Four female members of the Boston Printmakers used etching, lithography, relief printmaking, and mono printing to depict figurative images of women’s issues in Boston City Hall’s “March Four Women” gallery.
Blue Bottle Coffee opens its first cafe in Boston, providing students with a new study spot, fresh pastries and waffles, and sustainably-sourced single origin, blend, and espresso coffees in Harvard Square. […]
At “Weathering the Storm: Building Resilience to Extreme Precipitation,” community members discussed the intricacies of preparing a city for the potentially devastating impacts of extreme weather events. […]
Every Friday and Saturday at Cutty’s in Brookline, Daisy Chow serves kolaches, wacky cake, croissants, and more at her pop-up: Breadboard Bakery. […]
After beginning as a series of student projects at UMass Dartmouth, Black Spaces Matter grew into an exhibit dedicated to telling the story of historic New Bedford’s past, present, and future. […]