As Lockhart prepares for his 21st Boston Pops’ Fourth of July concert, he looks back on highs and one major low.
Small town July Fourth celebrations are considerably different than their big city cousins.
A sampling of fireworks displays, concerts, road races, parades, and other happenings in the south suburbs during this Fourth of July weekend.
A sampling of fireworks displays, concerts, road races, parades, and other happenings in the suburbs north of Boston during this Fourth of July weekend.
For those who want an all-American Fourth of July spread and drinks but lack a backyard, Sweet Cheeks has just the ticket.
Instead of hunting for the best lobster roll in New England, make your own.
The music suited for sun and sand, a lively barbecue, or something to set the mood for dinner parties.
Michael Dulock of M.F. Dulock Pasture-Raised Meats gives some advice for Fourth of July revelers looking to light up the grill.
Dining Out reviews
Check out the Globe’s reviews of dozens of Boston-area restaurants.
Cheap Eats reviews
There are dishes you can order for under $20 at eateries.
Move over Bristol Burger. RIP Hamersley’s chicken. These are Boston’s new classics.
Prepare a charcoal grill or turn a gas grill on for these long-weekend meals.
Cooking on the grill is steeped in history and tradition, and as with any centuries-old method, technique is key.
Weekend Fun Guide
Can’t-miss events to treat yourself every weekend from now through Labor Day (after last winter, you’ve earned it).
Find local events and fireworks on the Fourth of July.
A round up of the best Cape and Islands restaurants, ice cream shops, and places to have a drink and enjoy the coast.
Garrett Harker’s new restaurant focuses on unpretentious, satisfying dishes, and the humble rotisserie chicken takes center stage.
Nostalgia increasingly is driving travel, as visitors seek to recapture their own childhoods — or at least a world they recall as simpler and safer.
Working closely with local farmers, the non-profit provides volunteer labor to harvest crops.
Primary peepers travel to the Granite State with high hopes of meeting some of the presidential candidates.
How diversity — in the workplace and elsewhere — has evolved over the years, and why it’s still necessary.