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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.
The celebration recalls a legendary visit by the Hindu diety Krishna.
A crew of a dozen people spent Saturday preparing the fireworks for the big night out on three barges in the middle of the Charles River.
In 2016, the U.S. issued more than 63,866 O and P visas, which enable those with extraordinary abilities to visit the U.S. for short term employment. In March and April...
Sail and rigging and mast are set against the glass and steel of the cityscape as tall ships dock in Boston Harbor.
Saturday marked the first time in 17 years that Boston Harbor saw the Grand Parade of Sail.
The Tall Ships' Grand Parade of Sail hasn't graced the Boston Harbor since 2000, and Boston is the only U.S. port hosting the spectacle this year.
The city has hosted a number of tall ships in recent years, but hasn't seen a Grand Parade of Sail since 2000.
In the 1870s, "white bronze" monuments -- which are really made from zinc, cast to trick the eye into seeing granite -- started appearing in cemeteries.
Veteran Dave Pappas has been collaborating with about two dozen New England breweries to make special batches of dark beer with the goal of raising awareness and money for various...
With 21 species of the flowering plant, Garden in the Woods boasts "the most extensive collection in New England, including three that are native to New England."
Boston is a big sports town, but not just for hometown teams. Enthusiastic fans of England’s Premier League soccer clubs have created something of a subculture here.
Advocates say cuts to the National Endowment of the Arts could devastate many cultural organizations across Massachusetts.
“I serve the exact thing the first-class passengers received on the day before the Titanic went down," says Wenham Tea House operator Christopher Keohane.