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After the FDA insisted Nashoba remove the ingredient "love" from the granola's label, therapist Jean Fain wanted to find the recipe. Instead, she found a story about a baker who...
The series was part of a long line of lesbian spaces in Boston, which flourished during the ‘70s but diminished over the years.
For 25 years, the multimedia food testing company has focused on the idea that the recipe for happiness includes cooking at home. Now, ATK is moving its growing operation to...
The house, which was on a demolition list in Detroit until it was saved and reassembled in Germany, is set to be returned to the U.S. for a three month...
The African American Freedom Trail aims to look beyond familiar narratives with an interactive online map.
This year, the festival has expanded arts and culture programming into a large swath of its 175+ events, and created a centralized location on City Hall Plaza.
An installation at the Museum of Science led participants through a sometimes confusing maze of experiences.
The state says it is following up Thoreau's map with a whole series of maps for writers with Massachusetts roots.
“By combining races and genders and orientations in a single performance, it gives people an opportunity to realize that everyone else is just like them," says the event's creator Anna...
Brewers at the Copenhagen Beer & Music Festival this weekend hailed from six countries, traveling from as far away as Stockholm.
“We have 10 awards, but only one of them is for being the fastest. There’s also an award for the most epic breakdown. So it’s that kind of race.”
Local artist Silvia López Chavez and a crew of volunteers have brightened the Esplanade with its first commissioned work.
While the city's diversity continues to increase, the leadership at many of Boston's artistic and cultural institutions remains mostly white.
On Wednesday, the Massachusetts Cultural Council launched a program providing free or discounted entry for more than 758,000 state residents with an Electronic Benefit Transfer card.
Using a house blend of yeast and bacteria, Idle Hands Craft Ales brewery is trying to create unique flavors for the beer in its Funky Town line.
This weekend's Boston Comic Con brought together artists, fans and celebrities for the 10th year in a row.
The new Dreamland Wax Museum is asking the Patriots quarterback to come in for a sitting so it can fix what some fans say is a "creepy" replica.
With the opening of the Dreamland Wax Museum, Boston gets its first wax museum since Madame Tussaud's closed in the 1970s.
Newbury Street in Boston's Back Bay becomes a pedestrian-only zone from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Sunday -- and then again in August and September.
The Greased Pole Tournament at Villa Victoria’s annual Festival Betances is this Sunday, July 16.