Assistant metro editor William Batchelor takes a look back at his shortcomings in art class growing up, and how that brought about a deeper appreciation for art.
Pablo Helguera’s traveling art project Librería Donceles, comprised of thousands of used Spanish-language books makes its final stop in the Boston area.
Frustrated by the lack of workout studio’s with treadmill classes, Rebecca Skudder started MyStryde a running studio in the North End where runners exercise to the beat of lively music.
In collaboration with Isenberg Projects and the Zone 3, David Teng Olsen’s newest mural transforms 395 Western Ave. by juxtaposing delicate illustrations with colorful, geometric shapes.
The Rockwell theatre in Davis Square welcomes a drunk version of Shakespears Romeo and Juliet where theatregoers can enjoy free-flowing alcohol.
“We are not in the business of picking people up for immigration violations … end of story,” said one councilor.
Last Friday, Japanese lifestyle company MUJI opened their newest flagship store on Newbury Street, bringing minimalistic everyday essentials to Boston.
Thousands of Bostonians will gather together in Copley Square to march across the city for the Winter Walk to help raise awareness to end homelessness.
On Saturday, the Museum of Fine Arts opened its doors to the public, hosting a series of events and speakers in celebration of the Lunar New Year.
Despite the dreary weather, Patriots fans filled the streets of downtown Boston for the Super Bowl LI victory parade, some even arriving hours before the parade officially began at 11 a.m. this morning.