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Play Some Music Every Night of the Week at Wally’s Café

Calling all musicians and fans of a good, old-fashioned jam session: If you haven’t played at Wally’s Café yet, you...

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Explore an Ever-Changing Collection at the Museum of Fine Arts

Since the original Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) opened on America’s 100th birthday (July 4, 1876), its collection has exploded to...

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Build Your Own Vegan Bowl at Whole Heart Provisions

Whole Heart Provisions crafts food that's as healthy for the planet as it is for your body. The kitchen team skips the animal products...

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Create Your Own Salad at minigrow

The newly opened minigrow is a great fast casual option if you’re looking for something quick and packed with veggie power. Choose...

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Grab a Crowler at Remnant Brewing

Remnant Brewing opened as part of the ever-expanding Bow Market this summer, and it has quickly started raking in rave reviews from local beer enthusiasts. The modest brewhouse boasts lots of outdoor seating for those sunny days in Somerville, just beyond the fully functioning garage doors, as well as some industrial-chic seating indoors. The brewers craft beer in small batches, so they change...

Remnant Brewing opened as part of the ever-expanding Bow Market this summer, and it has quickly started raking in rave reviews from local...

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Find a New Read at Brattle Book Shop

You know that wonderful smell of old, well-loved books? Well they don’t get any older or more loved than at Brattle Book Shop. It is one of America’s oldest and largest used bookshops, and specializes in both rare, antique books, and the ones that you’ll pick up to read again and again. The third floor is dedicated to the antiques, from first editions and collectables, to...

You know that wonderful smell of old, well-loved books? Well they don’t get any older or more loved than at Brattle Book Shop. It is...

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Explore Boston With the Freedom Trail Foundation

The Freedom Trail Foundation is a 2.5-mile red brick trail through Boston’s historic neighborhoods telling the rich story of the American Revolution. The trail makes stops at 16 sites, including museums, meetinghouses, churches, and burial grounds. Make sure to see the home of Paul Revere, where you’ll get a good sense of how people lived in the 1770s, and the Old North Church, where...

The Freedom Trail Foundation is a 2.5-mile red brick trail through Boston’s historic neighborhoods telling the rich story of the...

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