After years of frustrating college students into cabs or an early return from nights out in Boston, the MBTA will run all of its subway trains and most popular bus routes until 3 a.m. on Saturdays and Sundays beginning next spring, the Boston Globe reported on Monday.
Still on campus this Thanksgiving and looking for something to do? Boston has one of the best collections of museums in the country (if not the world!) thanks to its rich history and comfortable perch as a major academic and cultural center. Since the days ahead hold no looming midterms or p-set due dates, try spending time at one of these 14 museums for a change of pace.
With classmates leaving campus en masse and holiday cheer leaving you homesick, staying on campus during Thanksgiving break may not seem like the most enticing option. But don’t fret—there are lots of ways to have fun during break that don't involve leaving the Boston area.
Sherman Cafe and Market offers a variety of local foods.
Machu Picchu in Union Square boasts an authentic Peruvian cuisine and atmosphere.
Dorchester Democrat Martin J. Walsh waves to supporters after defeating John R. Connolly ’95 to become Boston’s new mayor.
State Representative Martin J. Walsh, a Dorchester Democrat, won a hotly contested race to replace outgoing Mayor Thomas M. Menino Tuesday night, edging out fellow progressive Democrat and Boston City Councillor at-large John R. Connolly ’95.
Found in Translation: An Interview with the Harvard Senior who Translated Red Sox Closer Koji Uehara’s Blog
With the Red Sox winning the World Series, there has been much hype about the players, especially Red Sox closer Koji Uehara. It was hard for Red Sox fans to understand what Uehara was feeling under pressure in the final moments of the World Series, however, since he barely speaks a word of English. That is until Yohei Oka, a senior at Harvard from Tokyo, translated Uehara’s Japanese blog into English. We here at Flyby had the opportunity to talk to Oka over email and ask him some questions on Uehara’s blog and how he got involved.
Josh Groban walks towards the crowd during his show at the TD Garden in Boston on October 28. Groban has sold over 25 million records worldwide.
Josh Groban plays at TD Garden in Boston surrounded by screaming fans on October 28. He chose to have a circular stage centered in the arena.
Josh Groban sings with his band during his performance at the TD Garden in Boston on October 28. Groban is best known for his hit song, 'You Raise Me Up'.
Fitz and the Tantrums play at the House of Blues in Boston on October 28 while on their Bright Futures Tour. Capital Cities opened the show.
Noelle Scaggs sings with Fitz and the Tantrums at the House of Blues in Boston on October 28 while on their Bright Futures Tour. Capital Cities opened the show.