Boston Common Tree Lighting: 100 Years Since the Halifax Explosion

December 12, 2017

On November 30, 2017, thousands of people joined Boston Mayor Marty Walsh and Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil on the Boston Common for the city's annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony. This was a special year in that the celebration marked the 100th anniversary of the special relationship between Boston and Nova Scotia.

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4 Ways to Stay in Shape During Your Stay in Boston

December 05, 2017

You made a commitment to yourself to get in shape and you've been on a roll. But with your upcoming trip to Boston, how can you possibly stay in your routine? We'll get through this together. Here are four great ways to stay active during your trip.

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There Are No Oompa Loompas on the Taza Chocolate Tour

December 04, 2017

Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory inspired multiple generations to fantasize about taking a tour of a real chocolate factory. Somerville-based Taza Chocolate has made that fantasy a reality. You'll learn how cacao gets made into yummy chocolate and try lots of samples along the way.

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5 Celtics Games Worth Traveling to Boston For

December 03, 2017

The 2017-2018 season has only just begun and the Boston Celtics are already on fire. If you're a sports fan who enjoys visiting arenas around the country, here are 5 must-see Celtics games that are worth traveling to Boston for.

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Boston Winter at City Hall Plaza: A New Holiday Tradition

December 01, 2017

Now that Thanksgiving has come and gone, we are officially in the throes of the holiday season. You only have a month to find memorable gifts for everyone on your holiday shopping list, go on that ice skating date you've been talking about, and get the kids' pictures with Santa. At Boston Winter at City Hall Plaza, you can do all that and more.

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