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Thursday, July 10, 2014
Bastille Day Block Party storms Back Bay
Put on your finest pair of dancing shoes, grab a glass of champagne and join in on one of the largest Bastille Day bashes in the United States. The French Cultural Center’s Bastille Day Party celebrates the French people’s uprising against the monarchy and storming of the Bastille prison during the French Revolution.
Monday, June 30, 2014
Anne Rand uncovers the history of the USS Constitution

President of the USS Constitution Museum tells the history of the oldest naval vessel afloat, as it was and as it is today.

“I thought telling the story of just one historic ship would be fun for about three years,” says Anne Grimes Rand, president of the USS Constitution Museum. Rand came to the museum more than 25 ye
Wednesday, June 25, 2014
Ask A Concierge: Heather Coughlin of Loews Boston Hotel
Stuck in a rut and need a quick fix? Ask people-person Heather Coughlin at the Loews Boston Hotel for help. Heather has all the details on directions, transportation, and tours, and enjoys going the extra mile to make a guest feel at home. She knows exactly what a visitor needs to know when staying in Boston, like where to find the best lobster rolls, how to get to Fenway Park, and what to do if it's a rainy day for your Boston Common wedding.
Thursday, June 19, 2014
Christina Nielsen on curating a legacy

Dr. Christina Nielsen brings the timeless legacy of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum to life.

The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is one of Boston’s true masterpieces. More than a jewel for visitors, it’s a treasure trove. “It is a window to the past,” says Dr. Christina Nielsen, curator of the collection and director of program planning, “and in some ways feels like a time capsule, like you’ve traveled back in time and can see and experience the vision of a creative individual who lived in a very different era.”
Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Ask a Concierge: Daymeyn Gantt of The Langham, Boston
The Langham Hotel, Boston is your ticket to the lap of luxury in the heart of the Financial District, and is also where concierge Daymeyn Gantt brings his brilliant talents to light. Daymeyn gives guest's the dish on the beauty of walking along Harvard Bridge, the VIP treatment, and how to make the most of a day on the town.
Thursday, June 5, 2014
Museums Road Trip
While discovering Boston’s museums can keep you busy for weeks, take the time to go beyond city limits and explore Massachusett’s vibrant art and culture institutions. Here are six museums just a short trek away.
Wednesday, June 4, 2014
Peek at the Past: USS Constitution
The USS Constitution was one of the first ships commissioned for the U.S. Navy, and the oldest naval vessel afloat today. Built at Edmond Hartt’s shipyard in Boston, Joshua Humphreys and Josiah Fox
May 2022
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