For those who choose to stay in Boston after their time at BC has come to an end, the Boston Ski and Sports Club (BSSC) provides an array of opportunities-both social and recreational-to replace those that graduates will miss most. […]
Rachel Whitney, an event planner and marketing manager for Blazing Paddles, was a little surprised when first approached with the concept of bringing table tennis to the sports bar scene, but as she talked to more people, ranging from avid competitors to those who have not enjoyed the game since playing in a friend’s or relative’s basement, she came to a realization. […]
Lined up in a circle around Dewey Square Plaza, a handful of food trucks await the arrival of hundreds of hungry customers on their lunch breaks. […]
By: Katie Bu
Boston offers an array of Japanese restaurants, but until recently, the city lacked a traditional Izakaya-style restaurant-Ittoku filled this void in November 2013.
By: Maggie Maretz
This past Saturday, two of Boston University’s student-run agencies, AdLab and PRLab, sought to remedy the lack of networking and cooperative learning between students in Boston with an event called AT&T’s “Innovate Possible” Campus Challenge.
By: Bennet Johnson
This Marathon Monday offered athletes a chance to remember, reflect, and confront the memories of the past year’s tragic events.
By: Sarah Moore
The second Massachusetts location of the popular, family-owned, grocery store chain Wegmans is opening in Chestnut Hill Square. The new, multileveled market will host a grand opening on Sunday, April 27 beginning at 7 a.m.