On Sunday, Thousands of Bostonians flocked to Boston Common for the annual Japanese Festival boasting hundreds of booths, live music and special performances.
Following the Boston Common tree lighting ceremony, Columnist William Batchelor reminisces about the holiday season and looks toward welcoming change.
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.
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.
Following the results of the 2016 presidential election, over 4,000 Bostonians gathered in front of the State House to peacefully protest Trump’s victory Wednesday evening.
As I neared the end of my penultimate metro column, I realized I no longer wanted to live in the city.
The Boston Common Frog Pond recently opened its ice rink for the winter—offering visitors a series of events in time for the Holidays.
Upwards of 3,000 demonstrators made their way to the streets of Boston Thursday night, protesting the decision not to indict the officer involved in the alleged homicide of Eric Garner.