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Boston in 24 hours

Boston plays no second to the glitz and glamour of upscale shopping, luxury condo buildings, fancy restaurants and the likes that New York City has to offer. Bostonians will tell you that this walkable city is home to some of the best food and fun in the nation. Beantown When you only have 24-hours to Continue Reading →

How Big is Boston? It May Surprise You…

Our friends over at Sparefoot just published a cool infographic comparing the size of Boston with other metropolitan areas as well as landmarks. They looked at population, land area, and density and the results were pretty interesting. Take a look at the infographic: Via SpareFoot Boston Self Storage

A “Whole” Neighborhood

I’m ‘skipping like a schoolgirl’ giddy.  Whole Foods Market at Ink Block opens Friday, January 9th at 10:00 Am.  Yes, I am giddy over a grocery store.  So giddy, in fact, that I scheduled a tour of my new “obsession” before opening, while counting down the days like a kid to Christmas.  You’re rolling your Continue Reading →

The Best Indoor Tennis Courts in Your Boston Area Neighborhood

In a city whose residents are passionate about their sports, there’s no shortage of indoor athletic facilities to keep Boston locals active throughout the winter. For Bostonian tennis players, cold season means finding indoor courts at affordable rates in their neighborhood. These Boston area fitness facilities provide tennis players with well maintained courts and other Continue Reading →

South End Gallery Walk

Boston is a city known for three things in equal measure: its history, its food, and its accents. Most people think of cities like New York and Los Angeles when it comes to being at the forefront of art and architecture, from the Met to the Getty, downtowns Manhattan’s creative architecture, like The Beekman, to Continue Reading →