Tickets for the September ride go on sale in January.
The frozen structures will open in Lincoln, New Hampshire in January. Frozen fractals are all around in Lincoln, New Hampshire, this winter.
Kick off the holiday season by joining a running club, racing a charity 5K, or sweating off Thanksgiving dinner with dance-based workouts.
The Greater Boston Food Bank, Rosie’s Place, and Community Servings are just a sampling of the charities looking for support this year.
Consider hurling yourself toward Fenway Park this Sunday.
Learn ball-rolling techniques, run a 5K, and dance the night away.
The year is nearing its end, and with it, maybe so is your energy. This November, give yourself a break.
Including a Halloween workout, a Halloween bike ride, and Halloween yoga.
Get scary festive.
Scientists from Massachusetts General Hospital and MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) believe their new method can accurately screen high-risk lesions for breast cancer without requiring surgery to remove them.
The Boston aid center isn’t just helping Irish immigrants anymore.
Charge up your Wednesday with flower power. If you find yourself at Downtown Crossing for lunch, you may be handed two bouquets of flowers — free of charge.
Sweat it out at fall 5Ks, a citywide scavenger hunt, and charity walks galore.
The paper-based test, out of MIT, can differentiate between Zika and Dengue.
Get outside to celebrate National Public Lands Day.
Have another cup of coffee: This Friday, September 29, marks National Coffee Day, and you can get a hug in a mug for free across Boston.
Fall into fitness.
Brazil-born, London-based artist Alexandre da Cunha created “Plaza (Arcade),” a series of three concrete and stainless steel sculptures to be installed in front of Pierce Boston, a new luxury apartment and condo building set to open next year in the Fenway.
Gophers on the Greenway? Downtown Boston now has a bar inspired by the 1980 comedy Caddyshack.
Tiny, biodegradable cups could revolutionize drug delivery and vaccines, thanks to a team of MIT researchers.
This is going to be one busy week.
With Hurricane Irma set to hit Florida early next week and southern Texas still recovering from Hurricane Harvey, Massachusetts General Hospital is lending a helping hand.