With heavy competition from many cities across North America ranging in size, Boston has promised a great deal to Amazon as it searches a home for HQ2. Alessandro Zenati ’21 highlights some challenges this arrival might create If successful. […]
Presenting 60 provocative drawings by Austrian artists Gustan Klimt and Egon Schiele, on loan from the Alberti Museum in Vienna, the MFA’s newest exhibit shatters convention and shocks viewers.
Three years after it was featured, Jebbit has grown out of its Faneuil Hall office and now hosts a growing team in a larger space on Newbury Street. Co-founder Tom Coburn reflects on the lessons learned along the way. […]
Inspired by controversies surrounding Confederate statues, ‘Monuments to Us’ at the MFA presents a collection of works that embody those who are not often represented. […]
Blue Bottle Coffee opens its first cafe in Boston, providing students with a new study spot, fresh pastries and waffles, and sustainably-sourced single origin, blend, and espresso coffees in Harvard Square. […]
A group of MIT freshmen held the first BetterMIT Innovation Week with support from the administration and several on-campus organizations and centers. The event brought thought leaders and innovators together for conversations and workshops. […]
Greenovate Boston hosts open forum around the topic of Boston’s climate action plan to become carbon neutral by 2050. The City of Boston places emphasis on equity in reaching their goal. […]
For the first time in 62 years, the Boston Public Library has a branch in Chinatown. Its opening marks an important commitment to ensuring each neighborhood has equal access to services. […]