“But even—the interesting thing—even here, I’m not feeling safe now, just because of one crazy guy that has nukes in his power,” he said.
BazaAr Supermarkets announced that it will cease imports of Russian products on Feb. 28 in light of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The Brookline Fire Department quickly put out the fire and determined the house was vacant, but not before one firefighter sustained minor injuries.
The City of Boston announced new vaccine requirements in certain indoor businesses. Currently, Newton is not unveiling new vaccination requirements.
Double Zero, a New York-based vegan pizzeria and wine bar that opened on July 9, brings innovative doughs and Italian-inspired recipes to Newbury Street.
With the leaves beginning to fall and the air turning chillier, Boston held its first annual Fall-o-Ween Children’s Festival on Oct. 22 in anticipation of the first normal Halloween in two years.
In celebration of its 40th anniversary, J.P. Licks, a Boston-based ice cream chain, has released two new flavors. With the return of college students to Boston in mind, J.P. Lick’s unveiled Midnight Munchies and Strawberry Lime Red Bull Sorbet in mid-September.
Stepping through the door of Zuzu’s Petals, customers are transported to a small cafe in Paris. The dim lighting mixed with Etta James’ voice pouring out of the speakers creates an atmosphere that draws customers in, inviting them to sit down and stay for a while.
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts will lift all industry COVID-19 restrictions and capacity limits on May 29, Governor Charlie Baker announced on Monday. Gathering limits will be rescinded and all businesses can operate without restrictions, according to the Commonwealth’s website.