Beginning Friday morning, the Boston Exhibition and Convention Center filled with attendees of the seventh annual Brain Health Fair, which featured a series of speakers, and interactive presentations.
The Museum of Fine Arts latest exhibit, Club Americano invites visitors into the Bernard and Barbara Stern Shapiro Gallery decorated to resemble a 19th century gentlemen lounge filled with artwork exploring the American identity.
On Saturday, thousands of Bostonians filled the Common to attend the Boston March for Science, and highlight the importance of sharing and furthering scientific discoveries in the modern age.
This Thursday, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum will host its “All the Feels” Third Thursday event—the perfect reprieve after a busy week.
1,600 Bostonians packed into the Orpheum Theatre on Friday night to attend the Our Revolution Boston Rally. Both Senator Bernie Sanders and Senator Elizabeth Warren spoke at the rally about the need for continued change in America.
Listen Hear: The Art of Sound, is the newest exhibit at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and explores various forms of active listening through ten new installations.
Last week, the Boston Flower & Garden Show took place to celebrate New England’s thriving gardening scene. The five-day event saw the Seaport World Trade Center converted into a greenhouse filled with fragrant flowers and plants.
Last weekend, First Lady of Iceland Eliza Reid made an appearance at the annual, five-day Taste of Iceland Festival showcasing Icelandic cuisine, music, film, literature, and art.
Last Sunday, Bostonians decked out in green and gold flooded the streets uniting at the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade as musicians and performers marched down G street.
Assistant metro editor William Batchelor looks back on his first spring break as a college student and how returning to Boston reinforced his love for the city.