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.
Boston City officials hope to confront issues faced by artists through the Alternative Space Project, a plan to connect artists struggling to find work space with local businesses and institutions.
Sneakerheads came together last Saturday afternoon for the Boston Got Sole footwear convention featuring the most exclusive sneakers in streetwear.
Past is Present: Revival Jewelry is the newest exhibit at the Museum of Fine Art tracing 4,000 years of jewelry history through the 80 items from jewelers like Cartier and Bulgari.
Opening up to those around you might seem exhausting once second semester hits. Thankfully, a mural in Allston reminders viewers of what it important.
Interactive public art display Color Commons lets visitors use their phones to control the colors being illuminated on the 24-foot-tall light blades situated around the Rose Kennedy Greenway.
Out of the Blue Too Art Gallery in Cambridge recently held the Music Fundraiser for Refugee Health and Human Rights showcasing artwork and featuring musical performances centered around the refugee crisis.
At the City Council meeting on Tuesday night, councilors passed an amendment to the “Welcoming City” ordinance that granted Newton sanctuary city status.