The Kenmore provides the comfort of a classic Boston bar, this one far from the hustle and crowds that plague downtown Boston. […]
The Common has served as the home of the official Boston Christmas Tree since 1941, and the lighting event has become a city-wide gathering for Boston residents to enjoy Christmas carols, ice-skating performances on Frog Pond, and the stylings of well-known musical guests. […]
Newton City Council passed the Northland Development Project on Monday, setting up the project to break ground over a year after its proposal. […]
A meal at Mariel provides a little vacation. So if the chicken and two sides becomes too monotonous, the winter too long, and the summer too far away, travel to Mariel to escape to Cuba.
Newton City Council voted unanimously to seize Webster Woods from Boston College via eminent domain on Monday. Mayor Ruthanne Fuller first announced her plans to secure funds for the acquisition in September. […]
Newton City Council will meet Monday night to vote on the proposal to acquire Webster Woods from Boston College via eminent domain. “A committee of the whole”—made up of all of the city councilors, except for two who were absent—voted to recommend all seven items in the proposal for approval on Nov. 25. […]
Governor Charlie Baker signed a bill on Monday that will make it illegal to hold a cell phone while driving in Massachusetts starting Feb. 23, 2020. Massachusetts is the final state in New England to pass this type of law. […]
Guy Fieri’s Tequila Cocina brings an extensive menu full of unique Mexican dishes to TD Garden. […]