Arts & Culture Featured

Boston Arts Festival Brings Local Artists and Musicians to Christopher Columbus Park

The Boston Arts Festival returned to Christopher Columbus Park for the 17th year on September 7th and 8th. Local artists set up booths featuring a variety of art and high-end craft such as jewelry, photography, painting, and woodworking. Taking to the stage, fourteen Boston bands entertained visitors with musicians such as Prateek, who was selected Read More…

Community Featured

North End Dog Park Appears in Rover’s “Dog’s Day Out” Series

Rover, an online marketplace for pet services, named the North End dog park one of the best in Boston in a recent article about dog walking routes in the city. The series, “Dog’s Day Out,” features a 41-minute-long walk across Boston, starting at the Responsible Urbanites for Fido (RUFF) dog park on Prince Street. It Read More…

Community Featured Health & Environment

Guide to an Eco-Friendly September 1st in the North End

Everyone in Boston knows the familiar scene. Heaps of unwanted furniture on the sidewalks. Bags of miscellaneous oddities bursting at the seams. Cars squeezing past the moving trucks clogging up the small North End streets. It’s the chaotic September 1st moving day. With the North End’s small sidewalks and the end of feast season coinciding Read More…

Business Featured Real Estate

Bulfinch Crossing “Tops Off” as First Government Center Garage Redevelopment

A topping off ceremony celebration for the final concrete pour in the vertical construction of the residential tower at Bulfinch Crossing occurred Thursday afternoon. The building is part of a larger 2.9-million-square-foot multi-phased development project of the Government Center Garage. The residential building, located at 100 Sudbury, will accommodate 423 residences, of which 55 will Read More…

Community Featured Photos & Videos

RUFF Ice Cream Social in the North End Dog Park

The four-legged residents of the North End and their humans cooled off on an incredibly hot day with Responsible Urbanites for Fido (RUFF) by enjoying dog-friendly ice cream, provided by Crate Escape in Charlestown, in the North End dog park last week. Dozens of furry friends gathered in the park, spending an evening of rambunctious Read More…

Health & Environment

Free Summer Fitness Classes Continue to Bring the Heat

Summer might feel like it’s winding down but free summer fitness is still in full swing around Boston! Whether you’re young or old, a beginner or an avid workout enthusiast, there’s sure to be a class that is perfect for you. With over a hundred different fitness classes offered across greater Boston, you can enjoy Read More…

Featured Government Photos & Videos

Pro-Hong Kong and Pro-China Protesters Rally in Front of State House [Photos]

The “Stand with Hong Kong, Power to the People” rally met opposition with pro-China counter protesters in front of the Massachusetts State House Sunday afternoon. Bostonian Hongkongers and their allies marched from the State House to the Chinatown Gate to show solidarity with Hongkongers during their struggle to retain autonomy against the Chinese government. Pro-China Read More…

Community Featured Photos & Videos

Boston’s 12th Annual GreenFest [Photos]

Boston’s 12th Annual GreenFest, a three-day festival to raise awareness and educate individuals on how to be more environmentally conscious, was held on the Rose Kennedy Greenway over the weekend of August 16-18, 2019. Organized by Foundation for a Green Future, the GreenFest featured vendors promoting their sustainable and eco-friendly products for attendees to enjoy. Read More…

Community Featured Meetings

Kicking Off Greenway’s Parcel 2 Park Design

Design planning for a new park on a 5,000 square-foot plot of land known as Parcel 2 is now underway. Wednesday night, the Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA) along with MassDOT and the Greenway Conservancy gathered to discuss future plans for Parcel 2, located between the Bulfinch Triangle and the North End. Formerly considered Read More…