A restaurant in downtown Boston will lose its liquor license for one week this month after investigators caught underage BC students drinking alcohol and not wearing masks at a party in April.
Boston will enforce an indoor mask mandate for public spaces starting on Aug. 27, according to an announcement from Acting Mayor Kim Janey.
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 Gathering limits will be rescinded and all businesses can operate without restrictions, according to the Commonwealth’s website.
Parks in Newton have served as a respite for residents throughout the pandemic. No matter the season, Newton Parks and Recreation Commissioner Nicole Banks said she has seen an increase in the number of Newtonians frequenting these public spaces.
Can you name five women artists? This question is displayed by the entrance of the Women Take the Floor exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, prompting attendees to consider the lack of female recognition in the art world.
Breadon said that BC’s current testing plan is “insufficient,” especially in comparison to other colleges and universities in the city and surrounding area.
Boston College offered use of its currently unused residence halls to the City of Boston during the COVID-19 pandemic, but the city turned down the University’s offer.
Japonaise serves a wide array of pastries from traditional French croissants and creme brulee to typical Japanese sweet breads, as well as many varieties of pan, ichigo, and azuki.
The Common has served as the home of the official Boston Christmas Tree since 1941, and the lighting event has become a city-wide gathering for Boston residents to enjoy Christmas carols, ice-skating performances on Frog Pond, and the stylings of well-known musical guests.