Boston

CollegeFest 2016
College

CollegeFest 2016

Students from various Boston area colleges have their photo taken with a Dunkin' Donuts mascot after receiving free coffee samples at CollegeFest 2016, a marketing event geared towards college students held annually at Fenway Park.

CollegeFest 2016
Boston

Fenway Park Hosts Local Students for CollegeFest 2016

Instead of the usual peanuts and baseball fans, on Saturday afternoon the baseball stadium was filled with flocks of local college students.

Museum of Fine Arts' #mfaNOW Event
Museums

Museum of Fine Arts' #mfaNOW Event

An employee at the Indulge India food truck serves customers at the #mfaNOW launch party on Saturday night. Indulge India was one of four food trucks--others included Bonetown Burgers, North East of the Border, and Sheherazad--that served crowds on the Linde Family Wing parking lot throughout the evening.

Museum of Fine Arts' #mfaNOW Event
Museums

Museum of Fine Arts' #mfaNOW Event

Visitors attending the Museum of Fine Arts' #mfaNOW launch party walk around the entrance to the museum on Saturday night. The launch party was hosted first come first serve with no advance tickets, according to the museum website.

Museum of Fine Arts' #mfaNOW Event
Museums

Museum of Fine Arts' #mfaNOW Event

#mfaNOW launch party attendees gather around an installation set up in the Museum of Fine Arts' outdoor exhibition on the Linde Family Wing parking lot on Saturday night. #mfaNOW is a season celebrating contemporary art and artists, according to the museum website.

Museum of Fine Arts' #mfaNOW Event
Visual Arts

24 Hours with the Clock

Can a film about its own duration possibly maintain such manic levels of devotion? Only time will tell.

City Politics

Three Finalists Vie For Cambridge’s ‘Most Powerful’ Office

In just eight days, the Cambridge City Council will vote for a new city chief executive.

Harry Potter and the Sacred Text
Religion

Harvard Humanist Hub Reads Harry Potter Like the Bible

Harry Potter may not be divinely inspired, but for a group of Harvard students and Cambridge residents, that has not stopped them from treating it like the bible.

City Politics

Trader Joe’s to Open Store in Allston

​With Harvard’s help, grocery chain Trader Joe’s will open a new store in Allston next year at Continuum, a residential and retail complex built on Harvard-owned land.

Music

Odyssey’s ‘Dimitrij’ Epic, If Exhausting

The grand opera made for a worthwhile way to spend a Friday night—at least for those with the requisite patience to withstand the musical marathon.

mfaNOW Overnight
College

mfaNOW Overnight

Attendees of the "mfaNOW Overnight" event had the chance to view unique exhibits after-hours. The 15-hour event at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston began shortly after the museum closed Saturday.

spin class
Harvard in the City

Can You Handle The Handle Bar?

Until this Saturday, The Handle Bar is offering free classes to walk-in customers who show a valid student ID. Basically, all of Harvard could go to a legitimate spin class for free. We here at Flyby decided to check it out and document the six stages of stages of spinning misery (and triumph).

The Boston Opera guy
On Campus

The Boston Opera guy

Marshall Richards, also known as The Boston Opera Guy, sings in Brattle Square on Thursday, Sept. 8.

Harvard Medical School

In Longwood, Medical Students Rally for HUDS

A crowd of Medical School students rallied Monday in support of the University’s dining services workers, who are threatening to strike.

The Boston Opera guy
On Campus

Artist Spotlight: The Boston Opera Guy

The Crimson sits down with Marshall Richards, also known as The Boston Opera Guy, who performs opera in public places around Boston, to find out just what his story is.