Boston Mayor Martin Walsh, BC ’09, appeared before the Massachusetts Legislature’s Joint Committee on Financial Services on July 23 to support increasing taxes and fees on ride-sharing services.
A smith is a craftsman, one who typically practices welding and forging to produce some kind of metalwork. The term most often refers to a blacksmith, but as a suffix it attaches to a variety of metal products, from locks to blades to copper. Marshall Smith, though, is a different kind of smith—he’s a booksmith….
The MFA showcases Paris’ nightlife in the late 19th century through Toulouse-Lautrec’s eyes.
Mass Poetry aspires to inspire. With a mission to nurture poets, facilitate writing, and expose Massachusetts residents to poetry through programs like the Massachusetts Poetry Festival and Raining Poetry, the nonprofit hosted its fifth annual Evening of Inspired Leaders at the Huntington Avenue Theatre on Monday, March 25. The Evening of Inspired Leaders is a…
Until August, the MFA will challenge gendered fashion conventions through ‘Gender Bending Fashion.’
Cambridge gains a new French restaurant with Colette, sister restaurant to South End staple, Frenchie.
ArtsEmerson presents ‘When Angels Fall,’ Raphaëlle Boitel’s newest play performed without words.
BC Alums open an açaí and pitaya bowl chain, Playa Bowls, next to El Pelon on Comm Ave.
Massachusetts native Elinor Lipman read from her fourteenth book, “Good Riddance, at Brookline Booksmith Thursday night.
Pho Viet’s finds immense success with a second restaurant in Newton Centre.