The Last Weekend of August Near One Greenway: Boston Jazz Fest

On the weekend of August 30, one of America’s great historic cities will showcase one of the nation’s original art forms, thanks to the Boston Jazz Fest. Maritime Park in the Seaport will be the backdrop for a bevy of live performances showcasing the diverse and dynamic traditions of jazz....

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Make the Most of Your Patio or Balcony With These Decorating Tips

There’s a reason that patios and balconies are such coveted apartment perks. They make it easy to get some fresh air without leaving the comfort of your own home, and they’re great entertainment spaces during the warmer months. If you really want to get the most out of your patio...

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Drink In an Incredible View of Boston from the Skywalk Observatory

When visitors make their way to Boston this summer, your first stop on a sightseeing extravaganza should be the Skywalk Observatory. Not only is it a sky-high view to get your bearings of your beautiful city, but it also has additional features so that guests can learn what makes Bean Town...

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Enjoy Morning Coffees or Nightly Beers at Lovejoy Wharf

Lovejoy Wharf is a labor of love project for popular brewery and coffee roaster Night Shift. The result is a fun, relaxed eatery suitable for any time of the day.  The coffee bar opens bright and early at 6 a.m. each day to serve their house-roasted, fresh coffee and hearty...

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Kick Back This Summer at The Patios at City Hall Plaza

The hugely popular Patios at City Hall Plaza pop-up park is back again for the 2019 summer season. From now through Labor Day, you’ll be able to kick back and relax on Boston City Hall Plaza while you enjoy beer, margaritas and plenty of great food.  Just like last year,...

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Fin Fresh Mediterranean and Italian Fare at Casareece

Leave your preconceived notions about heavy Italian food at the door when you visit newly opened Casareece. Their Mediterranean fare focuses on what’s fresh and local, and the result is a menu of food that celebrates the lighter side of Italian cuisine.  Start with pan roasted mussels or clams, or...

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Experience Authentic Italian Fare in a Multi-Course Meal at Table

Boston’s Little Italy has lots of different dining styles, but there’s something truly special about the newly opened Table. This small homestyle restaurant offers one or two nightly seatings, with a multi-course meal for one flat price. Chef and owner Jen Royle presents her favorite dishes, much like a loving aunt...

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10 Ways to Refresh Your Apartment for Spring

Spring is a season of renewal and rejuvenation, so it’s a great time to apply these concepts to your home. You likely already have some ideas about spring cleaning, but there are lots of other ways that you can refresh your apartment just in time for spring. Here are a...

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Wind Down With a Glass of Red at Taste Wine Bar & Cafe

There’s just something about the vibe of Taste Wine Bar & Cafe that’s instantly calming; with warm colors, hardwood tables, marble counters and brick accents, it’s the type of place where you’ll want to stay a while. Whether you want to head over to split a bottle with friends or...

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Boston Sports Fans Will Love Learning About Local Teams at The Sports Museum

The best $25 you’ll spend at TD Garden isn’t at the snack bar. Levels 5 and 6 are home to The Sports Museum, an impressive collection of Boston sports memorabilia that also doubles as a non-profit organization giving back to local youth.  Your admission price will get you a private...

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