We all remember “The Dress,” the optical illusion that took over the Internet nine months ago, boggling minds with its bewitching color-changing abilities. But that was nine months ago, a decade in Internet time. Now there’s a new dress taking over the Internet, one that seemingly every female meteorologist in the nation is wearing. More
Enter to win tickets to see The 1975 at House of Blues on Thursday, December 3rd. More
A part of the Charles Hotel Ice Rink has gone missing.
Though Stella Café in the South End closed Friday, its sister eatery Stella Restaurant and Bar will remain open.
Enter to win tickets to see Circa Waves at Great Scott on December 15th. More
Merry early Christmas, Beantown.
Grammy-winning artist Rihanna is coming to Boston in April as a part of her Anti World Tour. More
Legendary singer-songwriter and Boston native James Taylor has long said his song “Fire and Rain” was about the suicide of Taylor’s childhood friend Suzanne Schnerr, his battles with drug addiction and depression, and acclimation to his growing fame. But when Taylor stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night, his explanation of the song’s origins had a very different vibe. More
After losing his wife, Helene, in the Bataclan theatre Friday night, Parisian man Antoine Leiris wrote an open letter to her murderers and posted it to Facebook, where it quickly went viral. Yesterday, the BBC posted a video of Leiris reading the letter in English, and it has been viewed over 30 million times.
The message of his letter is heartbreaking and raw. Leiris refuses to hate the terrorists that attacked his wife, since he believes that was their goal the entire time: to inspire hatred in others.
UFC Fight Night comes to TD Garden Sunday, January 17. Enter for your chance to win tickets below. More
Freelance journalist Seth Porges walked out of a Paris apartment he was staying in Friday night when he was greeted by an abruptly violent scene. A man, bandaged and bleeding. Police officers, guns drawn, hiding behind vans. And yet 20 feet away, people were carrying on as if nothing had happened. More
Anonymous, the international hacking collective whose attacks on companies and organizations like the Church of Scientology, the Westboro Baptist Church, Visa, and Sony have caused major disruptions, supposedly have their eyes on a new, deadlier target: ISIS.