Boston’s Archaeologist Discovers Trove of Artifacts at Old North Church

City of Boston City Archaeologist Joseph Bagley unveiled a trove of artifacts recovered from a dig at the Washington Garden at the Old North...

Happy 300th Birthday to Boston Light, America’s First Lighthouse

Boston Light is the oldest lighthouse in the country and celebrates its 300th birthday on September 14, 2016. Located on Little Brewster Island, 9 miles...

Remembering 9/11 Fifteen Years Later

Some local events to commemorate the 15th Anniversary of the September 11th Attacks: The USS Constitution will have a commemoration at 8:15 a.m. aboard "Old...

Fall Events at the Paul Revere House

This Fall, Paul Revere’s House events bring life in 18th century Boston into focus through living history demonstrations of all kinds.  Our onsite Saturday events are...

Prince’s Prowl Mobile Game Takes Players Through Old North Church

Take a break from Pokemon and give Prince's Prowl a try! Prince's Prowl is a new digital game that has officially launched at Old North Church in Boston's North...

GE: If You’re Going to Call Boston Home, Get Your Historic Landmarks Right

General Electric is new to Boston, so we can't expect them to know everything just yet. Still, maybe GE should ask their advertising agency to...

Life on the Corner: The Fisherman’s Feast

In a few weeks the Society of the Madonna del Soccorso di Sciacca will host the annual Fisherman’s Feast. This will be the 106th...

Life on the Corner: The Old East Boston Ferry

Two of our more forward thinking City Councilors, Sal LaMattina and Bill Linehan, recently proposed the idea of reviving ferry service between the various Boston...

“From Stagecoach to Subway” Exhibit at the West End Museum

News on a new exhibit at the West End Museum, 150 Staniford Street: New Exhibit Explores History of Public Transportation in Boston; Reveals West End’s Role...

Archaeological Dig at Old North Church Reveals Details of Immigrant Lives

An archaeological dig is underway at Old North's Washington Garden in Boston's North End. Leading the survey is City Archaeologist Joseph Bagley with teams of volunteers...

Nursing Home on Historic Site

Adding to the interest in the Partners Nursing Home, might I modestly add an overlooked point: The location of the home is a historic North End...

Summer Events at the Paul Revere House

Paul Revere’s Boston events on summer Saturdays feature period craft demonstrations, historical talks from experienced staff, live music as Paul Revere heard it, and more...

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