The Boston Herald is a major daily newspaper covering international, national, and local news for the city of Boston.…More Its sizable sports section is known for its prominent photographs and extensive coverage of Boston sports teams. The Boston Herald was started in 1846, making it one of the oldest daily newspapers in the country. Today, the tabloid-style newspaper is owned by News Corporation executive Patrick Purcell. Breaking news and additional content can be found on the accompanying website, Bostonherald.com.
Shan Hair 673 Tremont St, Boston, MA02118 Shan Hair provides hair cutting and styling services for customers throughout the Boston area. This establishment…More specializes in styles and hair care products for clients with curly hair. Other color and conditioning services are available, including full foil, color retouching and conditioning treatments. Hair dresser Shan Casey offers DevaCurl haircuts and DevaCurl products are available at the salon.
Santa Fe Styling Co. 528 Tremont St, Boston, MA02116 Long before the South End was, according to some local bloggers, "so over" and then back again, Roberto Udan opened…More his Santa Fe Styling Co. on Tremont Street and began to decorate it with Southwestern decor. In perhaps the coolest salon waiting area in Boston -- the curved couch courtesy of a shuttered restaurant -- customers sit and catch up on the gossip before their cuts and highlights.
Chandler Inn Hotel 26 Chandler St, Boston, MA02116 The Chandler Inn is a small boutique hotel on the corner of Berkeley and Chandler streets in Boston that will be looking…More to expand beyond its 55 rooms to a building across the street in the upcoming year. All of the current rooms in the old-style hotel were renovated in 2009. Tenants are allowed to have small pets 25 pounds and under.
Cathedral of the Holy Cross 1400 Washington St, Boston, MA02118 The Cathedral of the Holy Cross is the mother church of the Roman Cathlolic Archdioses of Boston and holds daily mass,…More including services in English and Spanish. The Gothic-style cathedral was built in 1866 and can hold up to 1700 people. The Cathedral also operates a grammer school, middle school and high school in the South End. For a full mass schedule visit www.holycrossboston.com.
Laced 569 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA02118 Laced was recently bought and reinvented by partners Joamil Rodriguez and Eddie Diaz. The clothing store…More has helpful and friendly staff, bright eye-catching displays and reasonably priced merchandise geared at providing affordable urban style to Boston. It also carries rare and limited-edition sneakers, locally designed T-shirts and handmade leather bow ties. Laced also hosts events geared toward bringing the community together over a shared interest of music and sneaker collecting.
Quinzani's Bakery was founded in 1918 by Libero and Ovideo Quinzani, two brothers who immigrated to the United…More States from Italy. Their European-style breads soon became a staple around Boston and at local restaurants.
Since those humble beginnings, Quinzani's has evolved into a state-of-the-art facility, servicing many of New England's most beloved sub shops and restaurants.
New Hope Baptist Church 740 Tremont St, Boston, MA02118 The New Hope Baptist Church is one of Boston's largest Black Baptist churches and promotes service to the community…More through various ministries and charitable events. During Sunday morning service, which begins at 10:20am, music can be heard emanating from the Gothic-style church, which is composed of Roxbury puddingstone. Rev. William Dubose has led the congregation since 1984.
Helen's Hair Connections 1775 Washington St, Boston, MA02118 Helen's Hair Connections specializes in cutting, coloring, braiding and styling for women's hair. The…More shop opened in 2003, but owner Helen Roy has 15 years of experience as a hair stylist. The shop is accessible via the Red Line and Orange Line and conveniently situated in front of a bus stop.
Looking for a peaceful, relaxing massage? Etant on Tremont offers massage and spa services including Swedish-style…More massage, aromatherapy, detoxifying mud therapy, facials and waxing.
Etant also offers different specialty packages for extended pampering. The spa is open daily, and appointments are suggested.
Goosefish Press 460 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA02118 Located in the Thayer Alley, Goosefish Press is a boutique letterpress and book arts studio that makes books and…More letterpress materials like wedding invitations, announcements, stationary and business cards using a mixture of modern technology, as well as some Guttenberg-style, old world techniques.
Piano Craft Guild 791 Tremont St, Boston, MA02118 Piano Craft Guild is an loft-style apartment complex located in the SouthEnd. The Piano Craft Guild features tons…More of amenities such as a courtyard, 24-hour security, an on-site theater, parking and more. All utilities are included in the rent. For more information, please call the number provided or visit the complex's Web site.
State Street Barbers 1313 Washington St, Boston, MA02118 State Street Barbers considers itself "an old-fashioned barbershop with contemporary style and…More convenience." It uses hot lather and classic straight-edged razors that give close shaves. It does primarily men's cuts and offers gift certificates. Walk-ins are welcome.
Mike's City Diner 1714 Washington St, Boston, MA02118 Since being featured on the Food Network's "Diners, Drive-ins and Dives," people come from all over to sample Mike's…More turkey dishes, which was what the TV show emphasized. Says an employee at this '50s-style diner, "People call from the airport for directions on how to get here."
W Salon 169 W Springfield St, Boston, MA02118 W Salon is owned by a stylist named Will. He was followed by a small, loyal group of fans until he opened his own place,…More W Salon. Some customers call him "the best kept secret in the northeast." He specializes in styling African-American women's hair.
Pure Hair Design 425 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA02118 If you have curly hair, this is the place to go. Pure Hair Design specializes in curly hair. It uses the "Deva Method,"…More which means your hair will be cut dry with just scissors and Deva Curl styling products.
The Deluxe Barber Shop 288 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA02116 A South End native, The Deluxe Barber Shop was established "to provide a comfortable, affordable, classic-style barber…More shop to its neighbors and visitors." It moved around a few times since 1992, but it still managed to stay in South End. The Deluxe Barber Shop is currently located at 288 Columbus Avenue.
27 Wareham St Condo Trust 27 Wareham St, Boston, MA02118 Many of these modern, loft-style apartments in this professionally managed building feature open layouts, polished…More concrete floors, new and state-of-the-art appliances and a common roof deck.
Phoenix Design & Development 1313 Washington St, Boston, MA02118 Phonenix Design & Development supplies architectural and interior design as well as millwork design services. It can…More create 3-D visual designs and styles to help guide clients on what the final design will look like. See their portfolio and get more information at the company's website.
Rollins Square Condominium 2 Rollins St, Boston, MA02118 Rollins Square Condominiums is a community of luxury-style condos located in the Sowa South End neighborhood. The…More 184-unit property comes in a variety of layouts. Some of the amenities include a parking garage, fireplaces, private gardens and more.
Coppa 253 Shawmut Ave, Boston, MA02118 From the people that brought you Toro on Washington, comes Coppa. This Italian-style eatery is simultaneously spacious…More and intimate. Patio seating is offered during the warmer months, at tables nestled next to the slow-paced Shawmut Street. Diners can taste a pitcher of the specialty drink, the Aperol Spritz.
Dunkin Donuts 145 Dartmouth St, Boston, MA02116 This compact branch of the national Dunkin Donuts chain has been located just inside the Dartmouth Street entrance to…More Back Bay Station since 1991. It is convenient for travelers who would like to grab a quick coffee, doughnut or sandwich before heading down to the lower levels to catch a train or bus. If travelers have a little time to spare, stone benches in the station's lobby offer a nearby place to sit. The shop has a wide range of doughnut styles and flavors to choose from, including traditional standards like Boston Kreme and jelly-filled, as well as seasonal treats such as the Summer Splash (chocolate frosted with orange sprinkles).