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Things to do in Boston

  • Harvard Square

    Founded in 1630 as the colonial village of Newtowne, Cambridge's thronged central square today is filled with chain stores and roving students—not ... More
  • Iggy’s Bread of the World

    Iggy's, a brick storefront sandwiched between a lumber supply warehouse and a fire station in Cambridge's industrial area, supplies many of the ci... More
  • Injeanius

    Whether you’re short, tall, curvy or skinny, in-jean-ius has the right denim to fit your body. The North End boutique stocks more than 30 brands of... More
  • Institute of Contemporary Art

    The first museum built in Boston in more than a century, the Institute of Contemporary Art opened in Fort Point in 2006. The museum houses a perfor... More
  • Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

    This eclectic museum occupies a meticulous replica of a Venetian palazzo and showcases an unparalleled collection of old masters, Gothic tapestries... More
  • karma boutique

    Judy and Joy Catuogno, the twin- sister curators, mix well- preserved vintage as diverse as St. John and Fendi with contemporary designs for a one-... More
  • Koo de Kir

    A phonetic translation of the French phrase “coup de coeur,” which loosely means “a strike to the heart,” Koo de Kir is a modern home furnishings a... More
  • Las Ventas

    After one taste of this little market’s enormous bocadillos (traditional Spanish sandwiches), patrons are likely to be grabbing ingredients off the... More
  • Lekker

    Named after the Dutch word for "alluring," Lekker is a home furnishings store owned by entrepreneur Natalie van Dijk Carpenter, who worked in the h... More
  • Looc

    This boutique has monochromatic clothes by up-and-coming designers like Thread Social and Nili Lotan. More
  • Louis Boston

    In an imposing Georgian mansion on Newbury Street, Louis Boston is a local institution with international import. With only four floors, the store ... More
  • Lucky's Lounge

    This well-hidden, subterranean spot in the Seaport District lacks any sort of signage, but visitors willing to search for it are rewarded with clas... More
  • Michelle Willey

    Located in the SOWA (south of Washington) area of the South End, Michelle Willey's boutique sells modern home accessories and furnishings. The scie... More
  • Mike’s Pastry

    Cherry almond biscotti, pistachio butter cookies, raspberry macaroons, German chocolate gelato: with such a menu, it’s easy to understand why Mike’... More
  • Museum of Bad Art

    The Museum: The museum known as MOBA will never be mistaken for its acronymically similarly New York cousin, MoMA, or the Museum of Modern Art. The... More

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