Archive for June, 2016
Boston Fireworks

The Fourth of July brings American’s favorite birthday celebrations

In the city that gave birth to the American experiment, it should come as no surprise that the largest Fourth of July celebration in the country is held in Boston. The days long celebration kicks off with HarborFest Opening Ce...


Shojo

Shojo Has Funky Fare With Modern Asian Cuisine

Meet Shojo. He’s a Japanese mythical creature – half man/half monkey on a quest for a never ending sake river. Aren’t we all? Sigh. Now meet Shojo, the fierce late-night gastropub in Chinatown. This place ha...



Gordon Burnes, CMO, Bullhorn Inc. Photo courtesy of Bullhorn Inc.

I Am Downtown Boston: Gordon Burnes, CMO Of Bullhorn Inc.

When your customers are loving/hating you, it would be nice to communicate the good, bad and ugly loud and clear. This way, you can maintain a healthy relationship. But you don’t always have a bullhorn. Headquartered in B...


The nation's largest all you can eat ice cream festival.

23rd Annual Scooper Bowl Returns To City Hall Plaza

The 23rd annual Scooper Bowl returned to City Hall Plaza this week to dish out countless bowls of ice cream, all to raise money for one of Boston’s most beloved charitable institutions, The Jimmy Fund.  The event took pl...



Matilda graces the stage June 14-26. Photo Credit: Joan Marcus

Matilda The Musical Schools Boston On How To Have Fun This Spring

Once upon a time there was a girl named Matilda who was extraordinary in every way. Too bad her parents and principal didn’t get it. Well, it’s no more Miss Nice Girl. It’s time to watch little Matilda Wormwood stand ...


Ai Weiwei's "Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads". Photo Credit: J Morc

Giant Animal Heads Grace The Greenway

This, according to the Chinese zodiac, is the year of the monkey. A giant head of a monkey, along with the heads of the 11 other animals depicted in Chinese astrology, have been erected in a new public art installation on the R...