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Inside the Homes of Back Bay: May 19th

Between the Trees by Eliane Markoff

Where: Boston's Back Bay

When: May, 19th. 4:30 PM - 7:30 PM.

Join us for an evening tour of art and design showcasing some of the most stunning Boston properties that the Back Bay has to offer.

We've teamed up with the Lollicake Shop, Art in Giving, HomeStart Inc, numerous local artists and homeowners for an evening tour of approximately twenty [...]

Things to do in Boston: The Walk for Living in Chelsea on September 25th

On September 25th the next Walk for Living event will be held. Previously known as the Walk to Defeat ALS (Lou Gehrigs Disease), this walk aims to raise money for the critical care that individuals suffering from this disease as well as Multiple Sclerosis so desperately need and [...]

Columbus Day Parade: Sunday, October 9th

Christopher Columbus Day Parade, North Boston

For years the North End and East Boston have celebrated the historic 1492 voyage of Christopher Columbus. This Sunday, October 9th will be a different day than before as beginning at 10:00AM the City of Boston will gather at Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park as opposed to prior years when this day began at City Hall Plaza, a public [...]

Scary-Good Children's Hospital Fundraiser

Boston Charity Event

On October 30th from 4:00PM until 8:00PM the Devotion School Gymnasium located on Harvard Street and Coolidge Corner in Brookline will host Scary-Good, a sure to be enjoyable fundraiser. This event will thrill attendees with a Halloween-themed costume party and an exciting haunted house tour constructed by an MIT engineer and a local [...]

Rock and Realtor - Help Raise $10,000 for Project Place and Help Boston's Homeless

Rock and Realtor, Boston Charity Event

The first annual Rock and Realtor Benefit for Project Place will be held on November 9th at Church of Boston, located at 69 Kilmarnock Street in the Fenway. This benefit concert aims to raise $10,000 for Project Place, a local Boston organization dedicated to helping Boston's homeless and underemployed populations. The bill features Boston [...]

Kitchen Cabinet - Fall into Fall. Monday, November 14th.

Kitchen Cabinet - Greater Boston Food Bank

Since the year 2005, the group known as The Kitchen Cabinet has made great strides to end the fight against hunger in many Greater Boston area communities. With just 53 current members, these business professionals extend the mission of their cause by engaging their colleagues, friends, family and even strangers to come together for events [...]

Expanded Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Opens to Public

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is now open again to the public! After going through roughly $114 million for expansion purposes recently, the Museum was open for business once again as of 11AM on Thursday, January 19th, 2012. The ever-popular and strikingly beautiful 109 year-old palace has a restored Tapestry Room and a new sense of [...]

Boston's 12 Most Visited Tourist Attractions (according to Foursquare)

If you could imagine the twelve most visited tourist attractions in Boston, what would you guess made the list? There are many ways of measuring this, of course, however the rankings determined by the social media application known as Foursquare gave us some great results. Foursquare is a system that allows individuals to check-in at various [...]

New Charles River Skatepark by 2013?

If you are a skateboarder, BMX biker, or an in-line skater visiting Boston or living within The Greater Boston Area, then this news is something that has indeed been a long time coming. Since 2001 there have been plans to construct a 40,000 square foot skatepark to go beneath the Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Memorial Bridge along the Charles [...]

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