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The Home of Hockey
 Hockey is a big deal in the Boston area. Just look at the Boston Bruins’ rabid following as evidence. Every February, however, the Bs share their arena, the TD Garden, with another local, rink
Little Venice
  As if the South End restaurant scene wasn’t hot enough, this winter has seen yet another highly anticipated eatery make its debut in the neighborhood. Opened by chefs Kevin O’Donnell a
Bringing A Legend to Life
  When the Edgar Allan Poe Foundation of Boston held a contest in 2012 to determine who would be awarded a commission to create a statue commemorating the Master of the Macabre’s Boston ro
Haunted Boston
 The Hub has accumulated its share of eeriness over the centuries. Get in the Halloween spirit at these spooky sites around Greater Boston Edgar Allan Poe statueNative son Edgar Allan Poe’s dis
The Heart of the Hub
 Boston has always been known as a city of neighborhoods, each with its own character. Even today, each neighborhood evokes a very distinctive identity—Beacon Hill retains a historic, if not ar
Splendor in the Grass
     The best kept secret in Boston nightlife (and day life) is hidden behind the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center in South Boston. The Lawn on D is an outdoor event space t
Keep Your Cool
  Boston’s best spots for beating the summer heatRose Kennedy Greenway (North End to Chinatown, rosekennedygreenway.org): A welcome replacement for the old, elevated Central Artery when it
Aerial Art
  City dwellers—and let’s face it, most of the rest of us—rarely look up from their devices these days, yet those walking through the Rose Kennedy Greenway, the park running from the N

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