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.
City Stage Company 551 Tremont St, Boston, MA02116 City Stage Company located next to the Boston Center for the Arts on Tremont St is a great place for families and…More children to learn about acting and even star in a show with professional actors and actresses. Drama is taught to them through different activities and after they are done practicing, their performances are performed in different centers such as libraries, schools and community centers. City Stage Company goes to schools as well to teach students about drama and to hold drama sessions. They have frequent shows in the Boston area which are free!
City Nails & Spa 1260 Washington St, Boston, MA02118 The decor in this newer nail salon is open and the made from cherrywood, with a large TV in the corner. But what…More customers really rave about are the manicures and pedicures given out by the ladies at City Nails Spa.
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."
28 Degrees 1 Appleton St, Boston, MA02116 Named for the perfect temperature of a Martini, 28 Degrees is, according to its staff, a mix of lounges in LA, New York…More City, San Francisco and Miami. The setting is somewhat chic and rather whimsical, and the menu is eclectic, featuring "dishes to be shared" from sushi to burger sliders to $2 oysters served nightly.