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  • Three ships in Boston, Aug. 29, 2015
    Boston marks first three-ship day of 2015 season
    Cruiseport Boston welcomed a trio of cruise ships today, Aug. 29, including one ship on its inaugural visit. This marked the first of 11 three-ship days of the 2015 season, up from six last year.Holland America Line’s Veendam arrived at 5:56...
  • Liberty of the Seas to make inaugural Boston call
    Liberty of the Seas to make maiden Boston call this Saturday
    The Royal Caribbean International (RCI) cruise ship Liberty of the Seas is scheduled to make her inaugural call on Boston’s Black Falcon Cruise Terminal on Saturday, Aug. 29. Her visit will be the second of six maiden calls on Cruiseport...
  • Legal
    Oyster Festival at Legal Sea Foods
    From Sept. 17 to Oct. 14, Legal Sea Foods’ seventh annual Oyster Festival will offer a sequence of in-restaurant menu features and special events to celebrate everything oysters. ‘Tis the season! Guests are guaranteed to be shell...
  • Dave Dombrowski
    Red Sox hire Dave Dombrowski as President, Ben Cherington out as general manager
    There’s a new man at the head of Boston’s baseball team.In shocking fashion Tuesday night, weeks after stating their lack of interest, the Boston Red Sox have hired longtime baseball aficionado Dave Dombrowski as their President of...
  • Classic rock giants Boston deliver the goods in Bethlehem, PA performance
    Classic rock giants Boston deliver the goods in Bethlehem, PA performance
    It’s sometimes hard to believe that it’s been nearly forty years since classic rock juggernaut Boston exploded onto the national stage with their eponymous debut album. It was a guitar-heavy record that threw the pablum of disco acts...
  • Baby Doe: New clue in Boston's dead child case
    Baby Doe clue in pollen test: Boston's dead girl in garbage bag likely local
    A new clue has surfaced in the case of Baby Doe whose lifeless body was found stuffed in a garbage bag along the shoreline of Deer Island, a peninsula connected to the Boston suburb of Winthrop. A woman walking her dog found the child back in June...
  • BATTLE OF THE BURGER
    Annual Battle of the Burger Tonight in Boston
    Today,August 12th, Amstel Light and Boston Magazine will host the 4th annual Battle of the Burger! Amstel Light, The Official Beer of the Burger™, is hosting 32 restaurants who will compete to create the perfect burger. They not only will...
  • Boston Public Market Now Open
    All the best smells from inside the Boston Public Market
    On Wednesday, July 29, the Boston Public Market opened up in Haymarket Center. The market features local farm products and vendors close to the Boston area. Vendors range from Greensboro Bend, Vermont to Pascoag, Rhode Island and everything in...
  • Boston Red Sox part ways with Mike Napoli, first baseman traded to Rangers
    Boston Red Sox part ways with Mike Napoli, first baseman traded to Rangers
    The Boston Red Sox have parted ways with another member of their 2013 World Series championship team. According to a report by ESPN Friday, the Red Sox have traded first baseman Mike Napoli to the Texas Rangers along with case for a player to be...
  • fall foliage
    Top leaf-peeping cruises to New England-Canada
    It won't be long now before thoughts turn to leaf-peeping, and a cruise along the New England and Canada coast is a great way to experience the fall colors. Several cruise lines offer voyages from four nights to two weeks, calling at snug...
  • Lineup announced for the 21st annual Comics Come Home
    Lineup announced for the 21st annual Comics Come Home
    For the past twenty years, comedy fans have looked forward to the annual Comics Come Home benefit in Boston, and this year is no different. The event, which supports the Cam Neely Foundation, brings some of the best and brightest comedians...
  • Mayor seeks to ban chewing tobacco in Boston ballparks
    Mayor seeks to ban chewing tobacco in Boston ballparks
    While professional baseball players have been forbidden to smoke cigarettes or cigars at stadiums, many continue to get their tobacco fix by indulging in dip, snuff and chewing tobacco, making the filthy habits seem “cool” to kids who...
  • Ah, lobster and spaghetti
    Terramia-rific food
    A restaurant like Terramia Ristorante in the North End is a nice date night spot, and around us were quite a few couples. But on this hot summer night, I was on a relaxing date with my bestie.We’ve been here as part of their fundraiser for...
  • Queen Mary 2 on one of her frequent visits to Boston
    Ocean liner Queen Mary 2 to call on Boston today
    Cunard Line flagship Queen Mary 2 is scheduled to dock at Black Falcon Terminal on Aug. 2, marking her second of three visits to Boston for the 2015 cruise season. According to Cunard, the ocean liner is expected to arrive at the cruise terminal...
  • New England Charm and Adventure
    Southbridge Hotel & Conference Center offering guests an adrenaline rush
    Those who want to put some added excitement in their vacation should consider Southbridge Hotel & Conference Center, located minutes from Sturbridge, Mass., and just over an hour’s drive from Boston, Springfield, Hartford and Providence...
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