200 Things To Do in Boston in April

By: - Thursday, Apr 2, 2015 - 1:21pm
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You did it, Boston. You survived another endless winter. Except it did end, finally, and now you can go outside without making sure you brought your Chapstick and cradling your phone to your bosom to preserve its battery life. Throw on a hoodie, maybe a light jacket, and check out some of these 200 events happening in April, possibly Boston’s greatest month of the year (that T.S. Eliot was full of crap).


Rare April Nor’easter Headed Towards Boston

By: - Tuesday, Mar 31, 2015 - 10:15pm

A rare April snowstorm is forming over the Atlantic seaboard. The National Weather Service (NOAA) is forecasting an “April Nor’easter” of unprecedented proportions, with 24+ inches of snow possible in Boston. The storm is slated to start on Monday, April 6th and continue through the early morning of April 8th.










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Beer flights, morning dance parties, and more events around Boston this week

By: - Monday, Mar 30, 2015 - 9:29am

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Get ready for another week of fun beer tastings, cocktail workshops, theater and music events around Boston. Except on Wednesday, April 1, when there aren’t any good events. APRIL FOOLS! There totally are some good events that day. Man, we got you good. You should have seen your face just then. (more…)

Brady & Jordan Play Pickup Hoops

By: - Sunday, Mar 29, 2015 - 11:24am

Year of the GOAT confirmed. This past weekend the greatest basketball player of all time (Michael Jordan) and the greatest football player of all time (Tom Brady) got together for a pickup basketball game at Baker’s Bay Ocean & Golf Club in the Bahamas. The two later played a game of pickup golf with PGA golfer Keegan Bradley (last pic).

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Dining and dashing, ghost hunting, and more events this weekend

By: - Thursday, Mar 26, 2015 - 1:31pm

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This weekend’s event recommendations are all about pairings: Pair your morning run with a burger, your dinner with delicious beers, and your wine with the confidence that you’re actually drinking good wine and not something you picked based on the alcohol percentage and how cool the label art looked. (more…)

Boston Winter 2015 Championship T-Shirt

By: - Sunday, Mar 15, 2015 - 9:26pm


You did it! You survived the Greatest Winter Of All Time in Boston history.  Our sports teams get championship gear. Well now, remember this moment forever in a championship T-shirt for the ages. What makes this T-shirt so special besides commemorating this historic moment? $2 from every T-shirt sold will go to Rosie’s Place, the first shelter specifically for poor and homeless women in the United States, located in Boston. Let’s remember this moment in a beautiful and positive way!

This T-Shirt was designed by The Boston Calendar and @OnlyInBOS. All shirts will be printed in Massachusetts on premium white cotton. Please allow 2-3 weeks for product to ship after ordering.


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Startup Hot Seat, Simpsons trivia, and more events in Boston this week

By: - Monday, Mar 9, 2015 - 1:24pm

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Celebrate Women’s History Month this week with events recognizing women in business, the arts, and sure why not, on The Simpsons: Lisa is the show’s smartest character and Marge functions as its moral center, yeah she’s kind of a wet blanket but guys need that wet blanket around to put out the fires from our wacky schemes and general incompetence. (more…)

Maple syrup festivals, massacre reenactments, and more events this weekend

By: - Thursday, Mar 5, 2015 - 2:32pm

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The clocks on our phones and cable boxes will spring forward Saturday night, which means one fewer hour to party or sleep or hurry up and finish House of Cards so we can finally talk about it. That still leaves plenty of time this weekend to do your civic duty, see history reenacted, or stop by some free festivals. (more…)

Breakfast for dinner, lobster for less, and more events this week in Boston

By: - Monday, Mar 2, 2015 - 12:45pm

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Ugh, March. You’re just a rebound after our unhealthy and abusive relationship with February finally imploded. Just maintain minimal standards of personal hygiene and offer to pick up the check once in a while/don’t drop six feet of snow on us and we’ll be ecstatic. Start the month off right with foodie events for every budget, a new adaptation of a classic love story, and lots more. (more…)

Pop-up markets, polar bear BBQs, and more events in Boston this weekend

By: - Thursday, Feb 26, 2015 - 1:22pm

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See ya later, February! Good riddance to one of the worst months in Boston history: The most snow we’ve ever had in a month, the most expletive-riddled tweets ever directed at a single public agency (the T), and the most times you slipped on some ice and almost fell but didn’t but almost kind of wished you did because you could give up and just lay there until spring. It’s hard to believe it was only last month that the Patriots won the Super Bowl. Wait, that happened in February? February 1st? GREATEST MONTH EVAH. (more…)