Mayor Martin J. Walsh, WCAS ’09, and Governor Deval Patrick are looking to bring the 2024 Olympic Games to Boston. Is the city prepared?
With sea levels expected to rise, coastal cities around the world—including Boston—are preparing to waterproof their infrastructures.
The organizers of Boston Calling aren’t happy entertaining the city twice a year—so they hosted weekly events all summer, ending tonight.
One of the only open park spaces of its kind with a liquor license, the Lawn on D provides activities and art installments on 2.7 acres.
Boston Calling will return for the fourth time since its inception in May 2013—and it is this pace that co-founder Brian Appel says has kept the festival growing.
As college students move back into Boston’s neighborhoods, deeper issues with the city’s housing are again revealed.
By: Sarah Moore
Currently, the Boston Public Library’s McKim Exhibition Hall holds 150 pairs of running shoes, tattered from the 26.2-mile stretch they endured before being left in Copley Square. These shoes, Sharpie-tattooed with messages of support and inspiration, are part of a new BPL exhibit.