Monday April 17th, 2017 will mark the city’s 121st Marathon, and there is no doubt a lot of preparation goes into the event. Whether it is your first or 121st marathon that you have seen or participated in, there are many considerations to keep in mind for the day.
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By Chloe, the trendy vegan restaurant started in New York has been in the midst of a food fight, for Chloe Coscarelli sued the corporate parent, ESquared Hospitality and chose to split from the company. Coscarelli filed to sue last year, arguing that ESquared was trying to edge her out of the business.
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Sure, Starbucks is great for the sake of convenience – but ever get a craving for something local to the Boston scene? Leave it to Beantown to get those fresh coffee beans brewed into something absolutely delicious. Here are some of Boston’s best coffee shops (and don’t worry – we won’t tell Dunkin you’ve been going somewhere else).
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Boston’s Faneuil Hall Marketplace features a wide range of stores and restaurants for the locals and tourists to explore; however, they recently acquired Sephora to their family. Now Sephora occupies the glass structure — a 5,670 sq. ft. freestanding pavilion. This location used to house Faneuil Hall’s decades-old flower market before Sephora came.
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Crisp autumn air, bright color-changing leaves, days spent apple picking, fresh-out-of-the-oven apple cider donuts and pumpkin pies – these are a few of a New Englander’s favorite things. When the seasons turn at the end of August and the hoards of summer tourists start to clear out, Boston becomes the most beautiful version of itself. From September through November, the prime place to be is right here in Boston. No other state can compare with our fall traditions and no other place in the world can compete with our seasonal attractions. Get ready for the best three months of the year with IM Boston’s list of 11 reasons why Boston just can’t be beat in the fall.
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The fall season can get a little hectic in the city, with Boston being one of the top choices of visitors for their fill of history lessons, immersion into the American culture, the famous fall foliage and lots of fun! With that, it’s no surprise that out-of-towners frequent this beautiful city and its popular destination. Continue reading “4 Overlooked Spots To Visit in Boston”
Warm apple cider, crisp juicy apples, and fresh cider doughnuts are probably the best parts of fall in New England. In the whimsical world of the pick-your-own apples, time slows down, and everything is a little better. Apple-picking season is prime time for some relaxation! Continue reading “Best Places to Go Apple-Picking Near Boston”
Boston is probably at its most enchanting in the fall. New England foliage puts on a spectacular show throughout the city, complementing the architectural gems of Boston. Continue reading “Fall in Boston”
Bostonians are loving the 60 colorful pianos that popped up across Boston and Cambridge these past days, placed by Celebrity Series of Boston. Decorated by local artists, each instrument bears a simple message: “Play Me, I’m Yours.”
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