Now, with several treks along the new part under our belts, it’s time to look at the entire walkway, including this new section, which leads to an area of the city that had traditionally been rarely seen by hikers and walkers.
“Water is always going to be important to people ... As our landscapes change over time, our systems have to change to adapt.”
Instead of trying to get ripped next year, we have some far more sensible ideas for how to improve our city, selves, and community while having loads of fun.
Last year, we ran with some specific dishes and dining/drinking spots, and this year is no different, with an ambitious random sampling given below.
Tips for spending the holiday in Boston if you’re steering clear of the dinner table
Why, they ask, would we remind Greater Bostonians about the hell that awaits?
There are far too many breweries and destinations to name in a column (or a book, for that matter), but an obvious starting point is Fort Hill Brewery in Easthampton
Sure, the Greater Boston area is a great place to be in October, but sometimes it’s nice to get out of town and experience what the rest of the region has to offer. Since there are so many options, the burning question is, where to go?
Want to scream and laugh at the same time? We got you covered.
A long seaside walk that you can do without leaving the city, and one that’s really more known to locals and longtime Bostonians than newcomers.