An estimated 47 million Americans are expected to hit the roads this Thanksgiving holiday (the most since 2007, thanks to lower gas prices), and another 25 million plus are expected to travel by plane, according to the American Automobile Association. For those who have decided to forego travel and stay in Boston, we’ve compiled a […]
Think Thanksgiving is all about turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, and gravy (and let's not forget the cranberry sauce)? Think again. In this video, the chef-owners (and MET alums) of Newton's Comedor show us how to prepare a popular item on their fall menu—Bruselitas Picantes, a brussels sprouts dish.
It’s 8:30 a.m. on a Friday and four men in the basement of the Boston Medical Center Menino Pavilion are removing fruit, vegetables, milk, eggs, and meat from the building’s walk-in refrigerator and freezer and putting them on carts. They will take the food to the fourth floor of the adjacent Dowling Building, where they’ll sort […]
In the three years since the shooting rampage at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., left 20 children and 6 staff dead, there have been 160 school shootings in the United States, and nearly 90,000 Americans have been killed by guns. Gun control advocates hoped that the Sandy Hook tragedy would lead Congress to […]
The Boston University Symphony Orchestra and Symphonic Chorus return to Boston’s Symphony Hall tonight to perform Gabriel Fauré’s Requiem in D minor and Igor Stravinsky’s Perséphone. The concert marks David Hoose’s last time at the podium before he leaves his post as a College of Fine Arts professor and director of orchestral activities. “David and […]