This week, WBUR reporter Zeninjor Enwemeka and WBUR photographer Jesse Costa took a look at how Bostonians across the city are coping with the historic winter weather. Here are pictures from their trips to Andrew Square, Dudley Square and Maverick Square.
The Patriots are Super Bowl bound, and Boston sent them off with a rally at City Hall.
From a deadly fire, to an emotional Boston Marathon, to Market Basket protests, here are our best photos of the year, in chronological order.
Many Bostonians are mourning the passing of former Boston Mayor Thomas Menino by leaving written messages, artwork and flowers at memorials in City Hall and downtown.
Approximately 300 people gathered on Castle Island Friday to give the USS Constitution a proper bon voyage before docking on dry land for some structural repairs.
Suffolk Downs held its final day of live races Saturday. The thoroughbred track, straddling Revere and East Boston, has been finishing out of the money for decades and recently lost the casino license sweepstakes.
BOSTON Suffolk Downs is set to have its last day of live racing on Saturday. WBUR’s photographer paid a visit to the Boston track. Related Feature: Suffolk Downs Leaves Behind A Rich Legacy
Photos of the WBUR debate.
Neuroscientists from BU, Harvard and MIT tell us what they’re working on.
Watch our video of the Roslindale musician playing inside the stained-glass globe of the Mapparium at Boston’s Mary Baker Eddy Library.
Watch our video of the Canadian duo performing an exclusive set at Boston’s Waterworks Museum.
At his funeral Thursday, family members and friends recalled fallen Boston firefighter Michael Kennedy’s humor, love and competitiveness.
“I’m really into science fiction. I’m really into radical politics,” says Theory Engine, the M.C. half of the rap duo Immigrants. “I want it all to sort of work through the filter of rap.”
Boston-based indie rock band Hallelujah the Hills performs two tracks off their new album “Portrait of the Artist as a Young Trashcan” from a downtown rooftop.
Sam Beam, the man behind Iron and Wine, performs two tracks off “Ghost on Ghost” as a part of WBUR’s occasional series “Off The Record,” which takes musicians out of the concert hall to perform at different locations throughout Greater Boston.