When it comes to being in a crowd enjoying music, it’s good to be the one who is not afraid to be exuberant—it’s even healthy.
Copley Square will be buzzing with scholarly excitement as the Boston Book Festival hits the city this weekend.
Boston’s architects and engineers will build massive structures this weekend out of almost only canned goods—which will all eventually be donated to a food bank.
When Jay Calderin founded Boston Fashion Week in 1995, he hoped to establish what the city lacked—a cohesive fashion community.
Salvatore’s offers fine Italian dining with the quality and ambiance of North End restaurants.
The organizers of Boston Calling aren’t happy entertaining the city twice a year—so they hosted weekly events all summer, ending tonight.
The founders sold their motorcycles to launch SnagaStool—and they’re determined not to let that go to waste.