Baseball may very well be America’s favorite pasttime and Boston’s social glue, but why? Alessandro Zenati ’21 searches for the answer in his latest column.
As car ownership becomes increasingly inconvenient in urban settings and variable costs rise, startups are betting on a drastic shift in transportation that they hope will solve the ‘last-mile’ problem.
Fresh produce, stationery, succulents, prints, and so much more can be found every Sunday morning at the SoWa Open Market. Associate metro editor Chloe McAllaster explains why you should go, and more importantly, why you should shop local.
Hosted by the Chef’s Table Foundation, the first annual Grilled Cheese Festival serves up ooey, gooey sandwiches to hungry participants.
Not all public transit systems are created equal. Alessandro Zenati ’21 breaks down his personal experience with the mobility options available to people in the countries he visited over the summer.
Need a little extra luck before finals? Go to the Boston Tea Party Museum and toss tea into the Harbor. Assistant metro editor Isabel Fenoglio swears by it.
Associate metro editor Chloe McAllaster reflects on her experience at the Seaport Common ‘Impulse’ installation. The illuminated seesaws are designed to boost mood in the bitter winter months and attracted visitors of all ages.