I tried the method on a whim. I was sitting in a café by one of the canals in Venice, Italy, when I got the idea. I got up from my seat, looked around where I was standing and began spinning. I’m sure there were many who thought I had lost my mind at that exact moment, but that’s beside the point. I picked a direction and began walking.
Some big and others rather small, the pom-poms were all the colors of the rainbow and then some. Each one of them stood out vividly against the dull Boston sky, creating pops of color and contrast within the still bare and stick-like branches of the tree.
The Breakfast Club, has earned a reputation for being the must-go-to diner for breakfast by locals and tourists alike, and it has essentially transformed into a landmark within the Lower Allston neighborhood.
One thing is clear to those that live in the city and those that are simply passing through: the team and its historic stadium are and will continue to be part of the soul of Boston.
Vastly different from the formal structure of traditional museums, Gardner created a stunning building inspired by 15th-century Venetian architecture in which she arranged and displayed her art.
Wedged in between the Newton’s local tailor and liquor store is the bright new Moldovan Restaurant, which quietly opened its doors to the public on April 1 for a soft opening.
Last month, when the MBTA announced that the T would no longer run its late-night service, I didn’t realize right away the impact it could have on the city, and particularly, on myself.
The North End provides an endless parade of people-watching, but what happens when what you see something unexpected?
Koenig and Snyder provided a behind-the-scenes look at the development of the cultural phenomenon during the Binge-Worthy Journalism podcast program on April 20 at Symphony Hall.
Beginning April 29th and running until May 8th, the spring season of ArtWeek Boston will offer over 180 events that connect the public with the larger art world.