At 2 p.m. on Monday, Boston Common filled with middle school, high school, and college students, all of whom walked out of their classes to protest the election of Donald Trump, and unite for the future.
On Thursday, thousands of Bostonians flocked to the 75th annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony in the Common for a night filled with pyrotechnics, festivity, and holiday cheer.
Zaftigs, an all-specialty, non-kosher delicatessen, doesn’t only offer quality meats and fresh breads; it provides diners with a truly unique experience.
Why do we write? In his final column as metro editor, Juan Olavarria takes an in depth look at the beauty of language and the gifts it gives to humanity.
Following the results of the 2016 presidential election and the Subway Therapy Boston, columnist Madeleine D’Angelo reflects on the curative powers of writing your problems down for the world (or maybe just yourself) to see.
In an effort to build its relationship with the BC community, this Friday the Street will host a burger bash and pep-rally in celebration of Boston College’s final home football game.
“The issue that [One Room Mansion] addresses is the housing crisis facing Boston and most metropolitan areas across the country,” said A. Quinton Kerns, a curator of the exhibit.
In recognition of this optimal opportunity, a myriad of fine arts clubs on campus will hosting a collaborative, creative showcase at BC’s go-to coffee shop, Fuel America, this evening from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
At 2 p.m. on Friday, hundreds of Bostonians attended the Love Rally in the Common to peacefully unite following the election of Donald Trump as 45th President of the United States.
On Wednesday night, several thousand marched in downtown Boston to protest Donald Trump’s presidential election. This is what it was like.