In case you haven’t heard, Lady M–the cult-favorite bakery known for its mille crepe cakes and green tea confections–is opening up a location on Newbury Street in February of 2016, according to Eater Boston. But you don’t have to wait until then to get your hands on their famous desserts.
You know the old adage: Red sky in morning, sailors take warning. Well, Instagrammers aren’t exactly taking warning, but they are taking photos. Lots of them.
Bostonians were posting photos left and right of the breathtaking sunrise over the city this morning.
To celebrate the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, every single Luke’s Lobster location is giving away free lobster rolls to customers named Luke on Friday.
Because nothing screams “Star Wars” like shellfish.
You better watch out and you better not cry, MBTA riders. Santa Claus was spotted on the Orange Line yesterday.
In 1961, a little girl in Michigan was seemingly afraid that the current political atmosphere was going to ruin her Christmas. President John F. Kennedy had a response for her.
Following the recent Paris terror attacks, the United Kingdom’s National Counter-Terrorism Security Office (Nactso) issued new guidelines on what to do in the unfortunate event you find yourself in an active shooter situation, breaking their pointers down into three categories: “run,” “hide,” and “tell.”
The Department of Homeland Security’s guide for an active shooter situation (which is especially worth reviewing following Wednesday’s tragic shooting in San Bernardino, California), suggests people “run,” “hide,” and “fight”; instead of “tell,” where Nactso suggests you contact emergency services, DHS suggests you try yelling or improvising weapons as a last resort. One topic not mentioned in either of the guides? Playing dead. More
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s… a virtual reality experience that lets you feel like you’re flying. And it’s coming to Cambridge on Wednesday. More
In January 2013, local artist Laura Meilman began an ambitious project: Draw all 121 subway and streetcar stations. Earlier this year, after two years of drawing — with a break in the winter of 2014 so her fingers wouldn’t freeze off — she finished the undertaking.
Now, as noted by Universal Hub, Meilman is selling a calendar featuring some of her favorite “T-scapes” just in time for the holidays. More
Looking to wake up with a burst of energy instead of feeling like getting out of bed is a physical impossibility?
How about heading to a sunrise yoga practice/dance party spectacular in the heart of Boston tomorrow?
A part of the Charles Hotel Ice Rink has gone missing.